“Vespers was crafted and conducted masterfully. We chanted each of the psalms in monastic style, alternating the verses between the two sides of the choir. ”
“A year ago I knew very little about sacred music, but what a marvelous journey it’s been!” — Harrison Hoge
A choirmaster in Alabama who feels “frustrated and confused” wrote to us.
“My dad had passed away the previous week, and the Symposium brought me closer to God at a time when I needed it the most.…” — Eric L.
“The Sacred Music Symposium was one of the most enjoyable, intense, and spiritually fulfilling experiences of my life.” — Isabella Marie
These pieces for “SAB” (Soprano, Alto, Bass) were commissioned by our organization for the National Eucharistic Revival.
Gabby shares how attending the Latin Mass has profoundly changed her life.
Composer Brian Michael Page has released “Psalm 151.”
“The symposium was like nothing I have ever experienced.” — South Dakota Participant
Some have requested a “high resolution image” of Sacred Music Symposium 2022…
Ostrowski Vs. Weaver: Solesmes Rhythm, Gregorian Semiology, Dom Mocquereau, Dom Pothier, Mensuralism, and more!
“These are the musical treasures everyone needs to know about.” — 2022 Participant
More than eighty photographs give you a “glimpse” of a week dedicated to restoring authentic Catholic music.
“Your faculty may never know the depth of how you affected each person there. For my part, I am forever changed…” — Symposium Participant (Texas)
“All contributions will be shared anonymously to ensure all questions can be answered with honesty and authenticity.”
St. Mary’s: “Our singers experienced an incredible weekend working with Mr. Kevin Allen, the world-renowned composer.”
Sign up today! A few voice parts still have openings.
Also included are three (3) versions of the Stations of the Cross, by Fulton J. Sheen, Cardinal Ratzinger, and Alphonsus Liguori.
“As a pastor of souls, I wince at this sort of language directed at good Catholics…” —Monsignor Charles Pope
Dear readers, thank you for everything!