Michael Calabris

I'm Michael Calabris, a Northeast Ohio-based composer and liturgical musician. I earned my Bachelor of Arts (Music) from the University of Akron, and my Master of Music degrees (Music Composition, Organ Performance, and Harpsichord Performance) from Cleveland State University.

My compositional voice has been most significantly shaped by music of the ancient Mediterranean world, ancient Christian liturgical traditions, Jewish liturgical traditions (particularly the Ashkenazic tradition), sacred and secular music from the medieval and Renaissance eras, film and TV soundtracks, and popular music.

Introspection, Volume I (performed by James Flores; available on Spotify) Keyboard Improvisations: Tack Piano (available on BandCamp)Michael Calabris: Organ Works, Volume I (performed by James Flores; available on Spotify)Organ Improvisations (Volumes I - IV) (available on BandCamp)Organ Works (available on BandCamp)Songs without Words (available on BandCamp)
All are available from Sheetmusicplus.com. Please click on the icons at the bottom of this page to listen to or watch recorded performances of these works.
Byzantine Meditation (for Organ) (2020) (https://www.sheetmusicplus.com/title/meditation-according-to-byzantine-modes-for-organ-digital-sheet-music/21698283)Four Miniatures (for Organ) (2020) (https://www.sheetmusicplus.com/title/four-miniatures-for-organ-digital-sheet-music/21803265)In Nomine (for Organ) (2015) (https://www.sheetmusicplus.com/title/in-nomine-for-organ-digital-sheet-music/21377757)Kyrie Eleison (for SATB Chorus) (2016) (https://www.sheetmusicplus.com/title/kyrie-eleison-for-satb-chorus-digital-sheet-music/21374304)