XIX Lviv Early Music Festival: calendar of the events


XIX International Lviv Early Music Festival

Concert series “Ukraine-2022. Muses Are Not Silent”

Lviv / August, 9-14, 2022

Myroslav Skoryk Lviv National Philharmonic

Lyudkevych Concert Hall

Profit from ticket sales will be donated to the military unit A 4076, and charitable donations from online live streams will be used to support musicians who stay in Ukraine during wartime.

Festival live streams here


9.08 / Tuesday

Festival’s Preamble

Urszula Stawicka (PL), harpsichord

In the program: Podbielski, Scheidemann, Duben, Froberger, Forqueray, Couperin, Duphly, Schildt


11.08 / Thursday

Duma Ukraine

Taras Companichenko, lute, bandura, lyra

In the program: Ukrainian ancient chants, warrior songs and songs from the manuscript collections of the 17th-18th centuries


12.08 / Friday

Lumi, potete piangere

Nataliia Khmilevska, soprano
Roman Melish, countertenor
Nataliia Fomenko, harpsichord
Dmytro Tretiak, double bass

In the program: Frescobaldi, Purcell, Byrd, Legrenzi, Strozzi, Krieger, Witt, Monteverdi


13.08 / Saturday

In the program:

Nyckelharpa and Harpsichord

Olena Yeremenko, nyckelharpa
Anna Ivanyushenko, harpsichord

In the program: Fontana, Corelli, Bach, Telemann, Händel, Olsson, Åhlström, Pandolfi-Mealli


14.08 / Sunday

On the trail of the Pied Piper

Norbert Rodenkirchen (DE), medieval transverse flutes
Ostap Slyvynskyy (UA), text narrator

In the program: medieval flute music



Discordia / Concordia

Sequentia, the ensemble for medieval music:
Benjamin Bagby (US), voice, harp
Norbert Rodenkirchen (DE)flute, harp

In the program: two scenes from the BEOWULF epic (anonymous, England, 8th century), medieval warrior songs


Goethe-Institute Ukraine
Zamus: Zentrum für Alte Musik Köln



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