Myroslav Skoryk Lviv National Philharmonic renews concert activity by launching a series of digital chamber concerts “Ukraine–2022. Muses Are Not Silent” 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.
JOINT STOCK COMPANY “THE STATE EXPORT-IMPORT BANK OF UKRAINE”
Adress of bank:
Ukraine, 79000, Lviv, 4, A.Mitskevich sq.
BIC (SWIFT) code (Bank identifier code):
EXBS UA UX
IBAN code (International Bank Accout Number code):
UA07 322 313 00000 26 009 0000 40 819
Name of the account holder:
LVIV NATIONAL PHILARMONIC
Address of the account holder
Ukraine, 79000, Lviv, 7 Tchaikovsky Str.
Purpose of payment:
Charitable help for musicians in Ukraine
From the first days of the war, Ukrainians have shown great bravery and unity in the warfare against the enemy, and everyone in their place is trying to make every effort to advance victory!
Incredible stories come to us every day from different parts of Ukraine and the world. They inspire, move, produce a flurry of emotions and feelings, demonstrate our steadfastness!
And no matter what distance is between us, Ukrainians are united!
Such unity will be demonstrated by the concert program on April 1, which will feature works by composers from different parts of Ukraine. Lviv National Philharmonic Orchestra of Ukraine under the baton of Serhii Khorovets will perform works by Lviv composer Anatolii Kos-Anatolskyi, the artist from Zhytomyr Region Anatolii Biloshytskyi and famous Kharkiv resident Hnat Khotkevych.
Composers who, living under various occupation regimes, managed to preserve and share through their music “what does not die” – love for Ukraine!
This love appears in the melodic thought and proud-spirited dance, fiery kolomyika dance and rapid “Gony-viter” from the ballet “The wing of jay” by Anatolii Kos-Anatolskyi; in the power of the Ukrainian song, which voice mutes the noise of the Kafa slave market in the musical drawing by Hnat Khotkevych (bandura soloist – Honored Artist of Ukraine Oleh Sozanskyi); and in the rich timbre of the large symphony orchestra in the First Symphony by Anatolii Biloshytskyi.
Anatolii Kos-Anatolskyi. Suite from the ballet “The wing of jay”
Hnat Khotkevych. Musical picture “Slave market in Kafa” for bandura and orchestra (arr. by Roman Stelmaschuk
Anatolii Biloshytskyi. Symphony №1
Oleh Sozanskyi, bandura
Lviv National Philharmonic Orchestra of Ukraine
Serhii Khorovets, conductor
The moderator of the event – Marta Kuziy
The broadcast is provided by:
Camera: Andrij Zelenyj
Director of the broadcast: Mykola Khshanovskyi
Sound director of the broadcast: Marian Lesiuk
Producer: Bohdan Sehin