Muses Are Not Silent. Music for a While

Online

09.04.2022 / 18:00

Online broadcast from the Lyudkevich Concert Hall

Free

Program
CHARITABLE HELP FOR UKRAINIAN MUSICIANS:
https://philharmonia.lviv.ua/…/ukraine_2022_muses-are…/
At the time of the XVI-XVII centuries, English music gave the world prominent artists — the subtle and poetic John Dowland (1563–1626) and Henry Purcell (1659–1695). Also among the figures of English music, you can rightfully find George Frideric Handel (1685–1759) — a German by birth, for whom England became a second home and created extraordinary conditions.
Dowland, Purcell and Handel represent different historical periods and, hence, various directions of the English Baroque. However, nowadays their works are perceived in another way and resonate deeply with current Ukrainian events.
This program reflects our deep gratitude to Great Britain and its people, who are standing side by side with Ukraine in the fight against the russian invaders, who share our pain, being not afraid to speak up.
Program:
John Dowland (1563 – 1626)
“Time stands still” from “The Third and Last Book of Songs or Aires” (1603)
“Flow my tears” from “The Second Book of Songs or Ayres” (1600)
“Come again, sweet love doth now invite” from “The First Book of Songs” (1597)
Henry Purcell (1659 – 1695)
A New Ground in E Minor / ZT. 682 (1687)
“Music for a while” from “Orpheus Britannicus”, book 2 (1702)
“ ‘Tis Nature’s Voice” from “Ode to St. Cecilia”/ Z.328 (1692)
“Strike the Viol” from “Ode for Queen Mary’s Birthday” / Z.323 (1694)
Georg Friedrich Handel (1685 – 1759)
Allemande, Courante from Suite in E minor, HWV 429 (1720)
Aria Unulfo “Sono i colpi” from opera “Rodelinda”/ HWV 19 (1725)
Aria Bertarido “Dove sei” from opera “Rodelinda” / HWV 19 (1725)
Chaconne in G dur / HWV 435 (1733)
Aria “But who may abide” from oratorio “Messiah” / HWV 56 (1741)

Performers:

  • Roman Melish, countertenor
  • Olha Shadrina-Lychak, harpsichord
Moderator:
Roman Melish

Live broadcast provided by:
Andrij Zelenyj, camera
Mykola Khshanovskyi, live broadcast director
Marian Lesiuk, sound director
Bohdan Sehin, producer
The online broadcast of the event will take place on the YouTube channel of the Lviv National Philharmonic at the following link:
https://youtube.com/playlist…
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“Ukraine–2022. Muses Are Not Silent” is a series of digital chamber concerts organized by Myroslav Skoryk Lviv National Philharmonic in support of Ukrainian musicians during the russian armed aggression. Online concerts will become a platform for the uniting of the Ukrainian music community, as many musicians participating in these concert programs have become internally displaced people and have found shelter in Lviv.
We provide a free opportunity for the whole world to watch concerts on the official YouTube channel of the Lviv National Philharmonic. At the same time, we suggest our listeners from abroad make charitable donations to Ukrainian musicians who have stayed here in Ukraine.
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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