Reeves Helps to Organize Chamber Concert of Pärt’s Music as Part of New York Live Arts festival on April 16, 2015.

Reeves helps to organize chamber concert of Pärt’s music as part of New York Live Arts festival on April 16, 2015

Arvo Pärt: Journeys in Silence, is a day-long immersion—through music, lectures and film—into the stillness and depth of Pärt’s powerful music and work, curated by Peter Bouteneff of the Arvo Pärt Project at St. Vladimir’s Seminary. Of Estonian composer Arvo Pärt, The New York Times recently said that “No other…

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Dr. Nicholas Reeves, Lectured at Westminster Choir College in Princeton, NJ, Speaking on the Spiritual Foundations of Composer Arvo Pärt’s Music


On Wednesday, September 24, 2014, St. Vladimir's associate professor of Systematic Theology Dr. Peter Bouteneff, and Assistant Professor of Liturgical Music Dr. Nicholas Reeves, lectured at Westminster Choir College in Princeton, NJ, speaking on the spiritual foundations of composer Arvo Pärt’s music. The two faculty members have been developing The Arvo Pärt Project at St.…

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Multimedia Musical Work by Dr. Nicholas Reeves Premieres at William Jewell College


On Sunday February 10 at the John Gano Memorial Chapel on the campus of William Jewell College in Liberty, MO, St. Vladimir's Seminary Assistant Professor of Liturgical Music Dr. Nicholas Reeves attended the premier performance of his multimedia musical reflection, “The Light of the World.” The William Jewell College Concert Choir under…

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Reeves Conducted His Newly Composed Work, “Jesus Said,” to a Sold Out Audience at the Actors’ Chapel in Manhattan.

Reeves conducted his newly composed work, “Jesus Said,” to a sold out audience at the Actors’ Chapel in Manhattan.

The producer of the concert, Dr. Nicholas Reeves, assistant professor of Liturgical Music at the seminary, expressed his profound gratitude to Father Richard Baker, rector of St. Malachy's Chapel (The Actors’ Chapel), and to his parishioners, for their generous “gift of space” for the concert venue. Stunning, exquisite, arresting, brilliant…there are not enough superlative…

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St. Matthew Passion


In 1727, J. S. Bach drew church congregations into the drama of Christ’s suffering and death through his monumental composition, the St. Matthew Passion. Today, Russian Orthodox Christian composer and churchman Metropolitan Hilarion Alfeyev is offering the post-modern world a corresponding experience with his fresh and original St. Matthew Passion,a profound piece of sacred concert…

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