Harpsichord entertainments of the 18th century

Lyudkevych Concert Hall

Wednesday 28.09.2022 / 19:00

Lyudkevych Concert Hall



On Wednesday, September 28, Ukrainian harpsichordists Hanna Ivaniushenko and Olga Shadrina-Lychak will present the harpsichord music of the 18th century.

The musician’s performance will feature works by leading European masters of the 18th century: Johann August Just, Jean-Philippe Rameau, Giuseppe Domenico Scarlatti, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Michał Kleofas Oginsky.

Olga Shadrina-Lychak told about her participation in the project:

“Music, performing and listening to it are becoming an effective tool today, which makes it possible to reflect the harsh objective reality. To embody and express a crazy palette of emotions that are raging in the Ukrainian space and overwhelm each of us. Do not despair, lose hope and hate. In the end, find inner-courage and direct your forces to where you can be most effective in winning and strengthening Ukrainian self-identity”



  • Olga Shadrina-Lychak, harpsichord
  • Hanna Ivaniushenko, harpsichord



  • Johann August Just (1756-1791). Divertissement A-dur for harpsichord in 4 hands
  • Jean-Philippe Rameau (1683-1764). Enharmonic. Egyptian woman. Chicken
  • Giuseppe Domenico Scarlatti (1685-1757). Three sonatas for harpsichord
  • Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791). Fantasy in f-moll for harpsichord in 4 hands, K 594
  • Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791). Fantasy in f-moll for harpsichord 4 hands,  K 608
  • Michał Kleofas Oginsky (1765-1833) Four polonaises for harpsichord in 3 and 4 hands (Transcription by M. Toporovsky)



Mariya Sydorak, music theorist/music critic