Усі виручені кошти з продажу квитків передамо на купівлю спецтехніки для військових

Friday 05.04.2024 / 19:00

Концертний зал Людкевича



What would Ukrainian history have been like if the geographical coordinates of its state had been located somewhere farther away from the Asian part of the continent, and the precious outlines of the Black Sea or the endless Wild Field had not touched the borders of its bloody neighbor?

Perhaps then the landscapes of the border areas of Kharkiv or Nikopol would not have been shaken by sudden rocket explosions? After all, in the third year of the full-scale invasion, and the fact of the several hundred-year war with Russia, the whole of Ukraine is united and together experiencing every attack, loss and destruction on the front line.

We believe that this concert is about a place of comfort and kindness, as well as a refuge in a warm circle of like-minded people when the harsh winds of near horror are raging outside. The two specially selected pieces of the program – music by the genius Beethoven and our outstanding contemporary Stankovych – are full of love for nature and pastoral. This genre is based on the technique of reducing the complexity of human existence to its basic concepts that everyone can understand. The idea of kindness – so commonplace and unique at the same time – reflects what we can do right now for our loved ones, especially our Ukrainian defenders.

The Lviv National Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra will hold a charity concert with proceeds going to the army. Let’s come together to make the good more and its power multiply! It is in our power to change history.



  • Dmytro Tkachenko, violin
  • Lviv National Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra
  • Volodymyr Sirenko, conductor



  • Ludwig van Beethoven. Symphony No. 6 “Pastoral” in F major, op. 68 (1808)
  • Yevhen Stankovych. Symphony No. 5 “Pastoral” for violin and orchestra (1980)


Martha Kuzii, moderator