FROM BOLOGNA TO LVIV. VIRTUOSOS-2022

Lyudkevych Concert Hall

25.05.2022 / 19:00

Lyudkevych Concert Hall

120-150

Program

What is the thing that unites all these composers, apart from the epoch they lived in and their interest in the genres of sonata and opera? Of course, studying at the famous Bologna Academy of Music. Ukrainian Berezovskyi and Czech Myslivecek took an exam for the title of Honorary Academician even in the same year. Around that time, the young Mozart was studying the composition with their mutual acquaintance, Padre Martini (who is also featured in the concert program). Dmytro Bortnianskyi’s Italian history began with the invitation of Baldassare Galuppi, his teacher.

The concert program appears in two vectors — instrumental and vocal. More vivid theatricality in music is characteristic of Bortnianskyi and Mozart; more focus on the personal feelings – in the music of Berezovskyi and Mysliveček. And in addition, the music of Galuppi and Martini creates an opportunity for an unspoken audible comparison — did the students exceed the teachers?..

 

Artists:

  • Sofia Soloviy, soprano
  • Andrii Kushnir, violin
  • Dmytro Nikolaiev, cello
  • Anna Ivanyushenko, harpsichord

 

Program:

  • Maksym Berezovskyi (1745–1777). Sonata for violin in C major
  • Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756–1791). Aria of Vitellia “Deh, se piacer mi vuoi” from opera “The Clemency of Titus”
  • Giovanni Battista Martini (1706–1781). Sonata for cello in A minor
  • Maksym Berezovskyi (1745–1777). Aria of Timant “Prudente mi chiedi?” from opera “Demofonte”
  • Baldassarre Galuppi (1706–1785). Sonata for harpsichord in C minor
  • Dmytro Bortnianskyi (1751–1825). Recitative of Alcide “I cielo! Già da mio sguardo…” and aria “Dove ando, son desto…” from opera “Alcide”
  • Josef Mysliveček (1737–1781). Sonata for violin and piano in D major
  • Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756–1791). “Laudate Dominum” from choir composition “Vesperae solennes de confessore”, K. 339

 

Festival live streams: https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PL5AOoxNABEn2QLU_zkUL52vUKyYY-HZ63

 

Profit from ticket sales will be donated to the Ukrainian Armed Forces, and charitable donations from online live streams will be used to support musicians who stay in Ukraine during wartime.

Bank details for charitable help.

It is a multi-currency account that accepts transfers in US dollars, euros and Polish zlotys.

Bank name:

JOINT STOCK COMPANY “THE STATE EXPORT-IMPORT BANK OF UKRAINE”

Lviv branch

Address of bank:

Ukraine, 79000, Lviv, 4, A.Mitskevich sq.

BIC (SWIFT) code (Bank identifier code):

EXBS UA UX

IBAN code (International Bank Account Number code):

UA07 322 313 00000 26 009 0000 40 819

Name of the account holder:

LVIV NATIONAL PHILHARMONIC

Address of the account holder

Ukraine, 79000, Lviv, 7 Tchaikovsky Str.

Purpose of payment:

Charitable help for musicians in Ukraine

 

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