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Concerts and Tours

2015 USA Tour

KSOC USA Tour 2015 blog

USA Tour 2015 pictures

Worship Service
October 17-19, 2015
Worship Service October 17-19, 2015 - Dr. Joel Hunter

Experience the Glory!
34 singers and 8 instrumentalists from
Kyiv Symphony Orchestra and Chorus
Wes and Kim Janzen

September 10 - October 29, 2015


Season 2014-2015
Kiev concerts

by W. A. Mozart
Symphony music
by Aaron Copland

Kyiv Symphony
Orchestra and Chorus
Victoriya Konchakovska,
Roger McMurrin
July 6, 2015



Kyiv Symphony
Orchestra and Chorus
Conductor, Wes Janzen
June 29, 2015.


Canadian Tour 2014

See the Tour pictures


Widows Ministry

Nadezhda Olimpieva

has recently got a sponsor

Adopt a Widow

Our elderly are the poorest of the poor. With the deflation of the local currency and the inflated prices of goods, their pensions from the government aren't enough for basic food and medicine. That is why Music Mission Kiev has been caring for widows and widowers for the last twenty years, bringing weekly food, Bible classes, medical assistance, and the love of Christ.
Today we serve 400 widows, 100 of whom are homebound. For $50 a month, you can adopt a widow or widower and see that his or her needs are taken care of. Here are some of our widows who need your help.

Elena Koroleva

I feel not good, but I love God, I want to know more about Him. I go to church, read the Bible. I like to read Christian books. I have to work also. Thanks to God and our sponsors for food support.

Evgeniya Sidelnik

Her childhood was difficult. There was the war. Her father fought at the front and was killed in 1943. Her mother stayed in Kiev. The family had three children. Her younger brother was only three months old. After the war, Evgeniya went to school and graduated from it in 1952. She worked, and then she graduated from university and got married. She gave birth to two daughters.

Leonard Rubisevich

Now he has no family and so feels very lonely and sick. He does not know how to live. He prays God to take him to His heavenly home easily, without suffering. Leonard wants his friends and parishioners of St. Paul's Church to be next to him at that time and he asks you to pray God about it too.

We have many widows like Ekaterina, Evgeniya and Leonard, looking for a sponsor.
To sponsor them, or someone like them, call our Orlando office at 1-800-467-5051 Monday through Friday and ask for Ronnie. Payment can be made with Visa or Mastercard.


MMK News

Missions Forum II
August 26, 2016

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Season concerts

Worlds Music Diamonds
June 20, 2016

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Mozart Requiem
June 6, 2016

Kyiv Symphony Orchestra and Chorus with guest choir - National Veryovka Choir of Ukraine

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May 23, 2016

Beautiful music of two
young composers

Mozart, age 23 –
Coronation Mass
Beethoven, age 37 -
Mass in C


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Kyiv Symphony Orchestra and Chorus
and the National Academic Choral Capella "Dumka"
March 28, 2016

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by J. S. BACH.

February 15, 2016



January 11, 2016



December 28, 2015


God Places His Hands On The Piano Of The World

November 30, 2015

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Three concerts
in Lviv,
the largest city in Western Ukraine

The Kyiv Symphony Orchestra and Chorus (KSOC) under the direction of Conductor and Artistic Director Wes Janzen is appearing at the International Musical Festival "Virtuosi" of the Lviv Philharmonic Society through the generosity of Canadian sponsors. Lviv performances of Haydn Creation (May 30) and Handel Messiah (May 31), both sung in Ukrainian, are Canada-Ukraine friendship concerts. Both are benefit concerts, to bring assistance to wounded in Lviv hospitals.
On May 31, the KSOC will also present an acapella concert at the Central Baptist Church in Lviv.

See the pictures

May, 2015


MMK Radio

Diane and Roger McMurrin host a new radio program called Music Mission Kiev presently heard on WTLN 950AM in Orlando, Florida at 8:30am (EST) on Sunday mornings. The program is streamed to the internet at this time on Just press "Listen Live" to hear the show anywhere in the world.

However, you can hear these shows right now or anytime by pressing the arrow below. We give you a summary and the music presented on each show. You can play the show as you read and write emails, with the program playing in the background.

Program 1510:
Easter Sunday, Larisa discovers this new spiritual music,
a widow comes to church through a radio program.

"Christ the Lord is Risen Today" from Hymns and Spirituals
"Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring" by Bach Worship and Praise
"What Sweeter Music" from Christmas in Kiev
"Rejoice the Lord is King" from Hymns and Spirituals

Play Program 1510

Program 1505:
Experiences touring in America;
story of a widow;
the perils of war

"New York, New York" from America the Beautiful
"Minstrel Boy" from Meditation
"Soon-ah Will Be Done" from Hymns and Spirituals
"Come, Sweet Death" from Meditation

Play Program 1505

Program 1504:
Kim Janzen talks about our ministry to widows

"Old Man River" from America the Beautiful
"March of the Nobles" from Russian Choral Classics
"Deep River" from Tonight 2008
"March from the Love of Three Oranges" from Russian Symphonic Classics

Play Program 1504

Program 1503:
Receiving God's Call to Missions, the importance of hymns in worship

"All Creatures of Our God and King" from Hymns and Spirituals
"Route 66" from Tonight 2008
"Shenandoah" from Tonight 2008
"Set Down Servant" from Hymns and Spirituals

Play Program 1503

Program 1502:
Wes Janzen explains our aid to victims of war

"Bugler’s Holiday" from America the Beautiful
"Fairest Lord Jesus" from Hymns and Spirituals
"Going Home" from the New World Symphony Meditation
"Prayer of Ukraine" from Slavic Accappella

Play Program 1502

Music presented on these programs can be purchased on these albums from
Music Mission Kiev -
Monday through Friday with Visa or Mastercard.

On this program you will hear stories about the early years in Ukraine, when Roger and Diane were called to move to Kiev in 1992. They came to present concerts of sacred masterpieces that had been forbidden under Communist rule, and it was like an "explosion of light" to musicians and audiences who loved classical music and were hungry for a spiritual message. However, in 1994 they established a church with the musicians, who wanted to know more about the Bibles they had received. Ninety-five people stood to receive Christ in the first worship service. Soon the congregation was taking food to desperately poor widows who had nothing to eat. It began with twenty widows, and now Music Mission Kiev serves more than 400, one hundred of whom are homebound. Today this church is called St. Paul's Evangelical Church, and Roger is the pastor.



For more information, click on these four-color newspapers.

December, 2015

October, 2015

June, 2015

February, 2015

December, 2014

September, 2014