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John A Graham is currently pursuing a Ph.D. in Musicology from Princeton University, where he also directs two Georgian folk choirs.

John lectures regularly on topics relating to the history and revival of Georgian sacred music, and is writing a Ph.D. dissertation titled, Sacred Polyphony: the Transcription and Transmission of Georgian Liturgical Chant

 

John A. Graham in the Media

 

PRI The World (syndicated on BBC, NPR), December 2012, featuring John A. Graham, the nuns of Bodbe Convent, Malkhaz Erkvanidze, and the Martvili boys choir

Deutsche Welle Program, December 2012, featuring John A. Graham, seminarians at Gremi, and the children's choir of Lagodekhi.

"A Renaissance in Georgia," by Molly Corso, published in CNEWA, January, 2011

"Sacred Chants Reverberating Once Again" (New York Times, Aug. 4th, 2010) was a travel feature on Georgian sacred music based largely on travel and interviews with John A. Graham. Also featuring Luarsab Togonidze, and the Ialoni women's choir. See the full article here:See additional photographs here.

"Georgia: Youths Promote Traditional Music to Reconnect with Past," by Molly Corso for Eurasianet.org, Dec. 16th, 2009

 

 

 

 

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