Music For Sunday of All Saints (Divine Liturgy) – Troparia, Kotakion and Prokeimena

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All Saints Troparion

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All Saints Kontakion

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Prokeimenon Tone 8

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Prokeimenon All Saints

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Tone 6 – Vespers

This page is designed with the goal of helping the choir of Saints Peter and Paul Church to learn/remember the “model melody” of tone 6. Keep in mind that in the practice of Sts. Peter and Paul Church we use “Thee” and “Thy” instead of “You” and “Your”(Credit: OCA.ORG)

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This page is designed with the goal of helping the choir of Saints Peter and Paul Church to learn/remember the “model melody” of tone 6. Keep in mind that in the practice of Sts. Peter and Paul Church we use “Thee” and “Thy” instead of “You” and “Your”. (Credit: OCA.ORG)

Tone 8 – Vespers

This page is designed with the goal of helping the choir of Saints Peter and Paul Church to learn/remember the “model melody” of tone 8. Keep in mind that this arrangement differs from the “red” Vespers book by Rev. Vladimir Soroka – also keep in mind that in the practice of Sts. Peter and Paul Church we use “Thee” and “Thy” instead of “You” and “Your”.

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This page is designed with the goal of helping the choir of Saints Peter and Paul Church to learn/remember the “model melody” of tone 8. Keep in mind that this arrangement differs from the “red” Vespers book by Rev. Vladimir Soroka – also keep in mind that in the practice of Sts. Peter and Paul Church we […]

Tone 7 – Vespers

This page is designed with the goal of helping the choir of Saints Peter and Paul Church to learn/remember the “model melody” of tone 7. Keep in mind that this arrangement differs from the “red” Vespers book by Rev. Vladimir Soroka – keep in mind that in the practice of Sts. Peter and Paul Church we use “Thee” and “Thy” instead of “You” and “Your”.

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This page is designed with the goal of helping the choir of Saints Peter and Paul Church to learn/remember the “model melody” of tone 7. Keep in mind that this arrangement differs from the “red” Vespers book by Rev. Vladimir Soroka – keep in mind that in the practice of Sts. Peter and Paul Church […]

Making Music with Kids: An Orthodox Experience (Level 1)

Orthodox MusicOn Saturday, November 16th, 2013, Saints Peter and Paul Orthodox Church is inviting you to a children’s Liturgical Music Workshop.

Worship in the Orthodox Church is sung for a reason – it raises us from the everyday world of conversation and brings us into the presence of God. And when we’re in God’s house we offer our praise and songs together as a community before the Lord.

The Level 1 workshop is designed for children with no musical experience who want to learn about singing in a choir and reading in church. The instructor will provide basic music reading concepts will introduce prayers set to music for the children to learn. Parents are also encouraged to participate with their children.

Lunch will be provided, along with sheet music to bring home and to your parish afterwards! All instruction will be in English.

Registration fees: $20 first child, $15/each add’l child, $10/adult (includes workshop materials and breakfast/lunch) – Please make checks payable to the “Diocese of New York and New Jersey”. Click here for the registration form and more information.

If you would like to sponsor a child from our parish please use the donation button bellow.


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On Saturday, November 16th, 2013, Saints Peter and Paul Orthodox Church is inviting you to a children’s Liturgical Music Workshop. Worship in the Orthodox Church is sung for a reason – it raises us from the everyday world of conversation and brings us into the presence of God. And when we’re in God’s house we […]

Lenten Vespers Conclude at St. Stephen Serbian Orthodox Church

Last Sunday, April 1, 2012, we have concluded this year’s Lenten Vespers with a celebration at Saint Stephen Serbian Orthodox Church in Lakawanna NY. This year’s Lenten Vespers attracted about 80 faithful “followers”.

The Lenten Vespers at each of the orthodox parishes were accompanied by the magnificent signing led by the Pan Orthodox Choir of Niagara Frontier under the direction of Father Rastko Trbuhovich, the rector of Saint Stephen Serbian Orthodox Church.

Bellow are the experts from yesterday celebration. Unfortunately my camera doesn’t do well in the low light conditions, but I am sure you can appreciate the signing and may be encouraged to attend the future Pan Orthodx events and celebrations.

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Last Sunday, April 1, 2012, we have concluded this year’s Lenten Vespers with a celebration at Saint Stephen Serbian Orthodox Church in Lakawanna NY. This year’s Lenten Vespers attracted about 80 faithful “followers”. The Lenten Vespers at each of the orthodox parishes were accompanied by the magnificent signing led by the Pan Orthodox Choir of […]

2011 Nativity Concert by Pan-Orthodox Choir

Pan-Orthodox Choir
Pan-Orthodox Choir
On December 11, 2011 the parish of Saints Peter and Paul Orthodox Church welcomed the Pan-Orthodox Choir for their annual Nativity Concert. The members of the Pan-Orthodox Choir come from across Orthodox Christian parish of the Niagara Frontier. “We have one or two choir members from each Christian Orthodox parish in Buffalo area” – said Fr. Rastko Trbuhovich, the rector of Saint Stephen Serbian Orthodox Church who is also the choir director. Fr. Trbuhovich has directed the choir for the last 12 years. In addition to their Nativity Concert the Pan-Orthodox Choir also signs at Pan-Orthodox Vespers during the Great Lent and at many other special occasions.

During the Nativity Concert the choir performed several master-pieces from the Matins of Nativity in addition to the Orthodox Christian Carols. The concert also included a Christmas Carol Sing-along portion during which the congregation joined the choir in signing some traditional Christmas Carols.

“While Sts. Peter and Paul had recently experienced great transformation both physically and spiritually, they have also had some set backs and they need our support.”- said Father Peter Jackson, the rector of Saint Theodore Russian Orthodox Church, asking the congregation to support Sts. Peter and Paul by offering a special donation. Jest a few weeks prior to the concert Saints Peter and Paul Church was burglarized – about 100 square feet of copper roofing was stolen in addition to the Holy Gospel Book. Miraculously the Gospel Book was returned to the parish.

At the conclusion of the concert everyone was invited to the parish hall for a time of fellowship where every one enjoyed delicious home-baked treats, coffee and tea.

It was very welcomed event for the parish family of Saints Peter and Paul Orthodox Church. It presented an opportunity to reconnect with fellow orthodox Christians. “Thank you for bringing us the taste of Heaven!”- said Father Volodymyr Zablotskyy addressing the choir members.

Bellow are a few videos from the concert that you might enjoy:



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On December 11, 2011 the parish of Saints Peter and Paul Orthodox Church welcomed the Pan-Orthodox Choir for their annual Nativity Concert. The members of the Pan-Orthodox Choir come from across Orthodox Christian parish of the Niagara Frontier. “We have one or two choir members from each Christian Orthodox parish in Buffalo area” – said […]