Kurt Sander’s music has been heard at various concerts and festivals throughout the country and in Europe including June-in-Buffalo, the Resolution 2000 New Music Festival, EarTalk '99 (Greece), the 36th National Conference of the Society of Composers, Inc., and the North American Music Festival in Boca Raton. His works have been played by the Pleven Philharmonic (Bulgaria), Cappella Romana, the Nevsky String Quartet (St. Petersburg), the Cleveland Chamber Symphony, the Solaris Wind Quintet, Synchronia Ensemble, The New Music Associates, Schola Cantorum, and the Cantata Singers of Ottawa. Active in the field of sacred Orthodox choral music, his research interests include the history and aesthetics of Russian liturgical music, the cross disciplinary relationships between theology and Orthodox iconography with music composition, and the work of Estonian composer Arvo Pärt.
SATB(div), Tenor or Baritone solo
SATB (divisi) T, B soli
Blessed Be the Name of the Lord
PaTRAM Institute Singers