"Beautifully blended… a sumptuous sound."– The New York Times


Named for the great missionary to North America and new martyr, St. Tikhon, Patriarch of Moscow, the Patriarch Tikhon Choir is an American professional choir dedicated to the performance of Orthodox Christian sacred music. Conducted by renowned Moscow choirmaster Vladimir Gorbik, the Patriarch Tikhon Choir seeks to present Orthodox sacred music in its highest possible form, striving to unite heartfelt spirituality, a deep love for the traditions of Orthodox Christian singing, and an uncompromising standard of musical professionalism.


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Рецензия в Нью-Йорк Таймс—Возглашение Духовных Тайн

Хор имени Патриарха Тихона созидает Православное Церковное звучание Хор имени Патриарха Тихона, являющийся смешанным хором из 35 профессиональных певцов Америки, Канады и России, был сформирован недавно, чтобы сосредоточиться на исполнении Православной духовной музыки, с надеждой взрастить традицию церковного пения в Северной Америке. Значительная аудитория, состоящая из довольно большого числа иноков, пришла услышать этот хор, названный [...]

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Vladimir Gorbik to Conduct Moscow Conservatory Choir

From October 20 to November 9, 2013, Maestro Vladimir Gorbik will lead a choral singing master class with the Moscow Conservatory Choir. At the culmination of the master class on November 9, Maestro Gorbik will conduct the Moscow Conservatory Choir in a concert of Orthodox sacred music at the Conservatory’s historic Great Tchaikovsky Hall. Among [...]

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Premiere Concert Series A Success

It is a rare thing for a newly-formed choir to launch from complete obscurity to critical acclaim in only a few months. However, performing to full houses and standing ovations in New York, Pittsburgh, and Washington, under the expert hand of Maestro Vladimir Gorbik, the Patriarch Tikhon Choir has quickly established itself as one of [...]

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“Their Sound Hath Gone Forth” – Concert Series

The Patriarch Tikhon Choir will perform their premiere concert series of Orthodox sacred choral works entitled “Their Sound Hath Gone Forth,” Monday, September 16, 2013, at 7:30 p.m. at St. Malachy’s – The Actors’ Chapel, in New York City; Tuesday, September 17, 2013, at 7:00pm at the First Baptist Church of Pittsburgh; and Wednesday, September [...]

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