Dr. Vladimir Morosan has worked in the field of Orthodox church music for over thirty-five years. After completing his undergraduate degree in music at Occidental College, he received his Masters and Doctoral degrees in Choral Music from the University of Illinois and has taught choral music and voice at Kenyon College and Davidson College. He is President of Musica Russica, a publishing house specializing in Orthodox and Russian music and has authored, edited, and translated several books. Vladimir has directed choirs in parishes of Russian, Serbian, and Antiochian backgrounds and has taught and lectured widely at church music workshops and conferences, including St. Vladimir Orthodox Seminary's Music Institute and the Antiochian Sacred Music Institute. He is presently the Music Director at St. Anthony Orthodox Church in San Diego, California. As Founder and Artistic Director of Archangel Voices, a professional-level choral ensemble, he has recorded five CDs of Orthodox liturgical music in English. He is one of the founding members and past-President of PSALM (Pan-Orthodox Society for the Advancement of Liturgical Music.) Vladimir is a working consultant for both the Dept. of Liturgical Music of the OCA, and the Dept. of Sacred Music of the Antiochian Archdiocese. He is the composer and editor of numerous choral arrangements, chiefly for Orthodox liturgical use. Vladimir is also the program director for the Rudder (, a 24/7 liturgical chant internet radio station, and the host of “Icons in Sound,” ( an internet-radio program, both of which air on the Orthodox Christian Network.