Concert Season 2021/22

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Dreaming is great) It was a dream of ours to provide our musicians with the opportunity to perform with the best Ukrainian orchestras on a regular basis. And today we are ready to announce our plan for the entire 2021/2022 concert season ! It systematically covers the largest philharmonic venues in the country – Kyiv, Dnipro, Lviv, Odesa and Kharkiv.

Of course, this list is not final. It will probably change and be supplemented. Along with concerts where young Ukrainian musicians will play with symphony orchestras, we are already announcing several iconic chamber projects – including performances at the Virtuosos and Contrasts festivals in Lviv. And ahead is the announcement of our joint plans with other prestigious Ukrainian festivals, where classical music is played – LvivMozArt, Bouquet Kyiv Stage, Book Arsenal.

This project is extremely important for us for two reasons.

First, musicians cannot progress without regular practice of performing with orchestras. This is absolutely true!

Secondly, we are glad that because of  this program, those who went to study or work abroad are returning to Ukraine. This is how Ukrainian listeners meet our performers, who today play all over the world and win the most prestigious international competitions. In addition, it is a positive impulse of incredible strength for the younger generation of musicians. This creates a powerful motivation to play classical music and succeed in your professional life. That is why we strive to accompany the concerts of our musicians with master classes, meetings and special performances in music academies and decades.

By the way, here is another idea that we hope will change the practice of a rather conservative philharmonic life. We have already tested it before the performance of our pianist Dmytro Semykras at the season opening at the Kharkiv Philharmonic. We are talking about open rehearsals on the eve of concerts. With free access for students, schoolchildren and their teachers.

That is how the future come to life))

Concert Season 2021/2022:

🌟 September, 2021

09.09 – Dmytro Semykras (piano), Concert No. 2 for piano and orchestra by Sergei Rachmaninoff, opening of the Kharkiv Philharmonic season.

09.24 – Artem Yasynskyy (piano) and conductor Antonii Kedrovskyi, Concert No. 1 for piano and orchestra by Sergei Prokofiev, National Philharmonic of Ukraine, Kyiv.

09.25 – Vladyslav Osadchyi and Kateryna Suprun (viola), works by Hindemith, Benjamin Britten, Henri Vietant, Tarrega, Frank Bridge, Paul Colette and Valentin Silvestrov for a duet of viola and viola solo, House of Scientists, Kiev.

🌟 October, 2021

08.10 – Dmytro Udovychenko (violin), Concerto No. 1 for violin and orchestra by Dmitry Shostakovich, National Philharmonic of Ukraine, Kyiv.

09.10 – Maksym Shadko (piano), project “Djord Kurtag. Toy Box “at the festivals of contemporary music” Contrast “, Lviv National Philharmonic.

09.10 – Dmytro Choni (piano), Concerto for piano and orchestra No. 1 Fryderyk Chopin at the project “Polish Music in Ukraine”, Kharkiv Philharmonic.

24.10 – Oleksandra Khmara (violin), Fantasia on Themes  from Charles Gounod’s opera Faust for violin and orchestra by Henrik Veniavsky and the final Concerto No. 2 for violin and orchestra by Nikolo Paganin (La Campanella), Dnipropetrovsk Philharmonic.

🌟 November, 2021

06.11 – Oleh Kurochkin (violin), Concerto for violin and orchestra by Johannes Brahms, Dnipropetrovsk Philharmonic.

07.11 – Dmytro Choni (piano), Concerto for piano and orchestra No. 2 Fryderyk Chopin, Odesa Philharmonic.

10.11 – Oleh Kurochkin (violin), Concerto for violin and orchestra by Johannes Brahms, Kharkiv Philharmonic.

26.11 – Polina Sasko, Concert for piano and orchestra by Edward Grig, Dnipropetrovsk Philharmonic.

🌟 December, 2021

12.12 – Daniil Gonobolin (violin), Concerto for violin and orchestra by Felix Mendelssohn, Kharkiv Philharmonic.

17.12 – Daniil Gonobolin (violin), Concerto for violin and orchestra by Felix Mendelssohn, Dnipropetrovsk Philharmonic.

24.12 – Yakow Pavlenko (violin), project “Tchaikovsky Gala”, Odesa Philharmonic.

26.12 – New project VERE MUSIC New Year, National Philharmonic of Ukraine, Kyiv.

🌟 January, 2022

01.22 – Maksym Shadko (piano), Concerto for piano and orchestra No. 21 Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Dnipropetrovsk Philharmonic.

30.01 – Eva Rabchevska, Daniil Gonobolin, Oleh Kurochkin, Varvara Vasylieva, Dmytro Udovychenko (violin), project “All Mozart Violin Concerts”, Lviv National Philharmonic.

🌟 February, 2022

12.02 – Oleksandr Leonov (piano), Concert No. 1 for piano and orchestra by Sergiy Prokof’ev, Dnipropetrovsk Philharmonic.

🌟 March, 2022

04.03 – Dmytro Choni (piano) and conductor Antonii Kedrovskyi, Concert No. 3 for piano and orchestra by Sergiy Prokofiev, National Philharmonic of Ukraine, Kyiv.

18.03 – Artem Yasynskyy (piano), Concert No. 3 for piano and orchestra by Sergiy Rakhmaninov, Dnipropetrovsk Philharmonic.

26.03 – Varvara Vasylieva (violin), Concerto for violin and orchestra by Jan Sibelius, Dnipropetrovsk Philharmonic.

31.03 – Varvara Vasylieva (violin), Concerto for violin and orchestra by Jan Sibelius, Kharkiv Philharmonic.

🌟 April, 2022

17.04 – Bohdan Shalyha  (violin), Concerto for violin and orchestra by Pyotr Tchaikovsky, Dnipropetrovsk Philharmonic.

04.21 – Bohdan Shalyha (violin), Concerto for violin and orchestra by Pyotr Tchaikovsky, Kharkiv Philharmonic.

🌟 May, 2022

06.05 – Artem Yasynskyy (piano), “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershvin, Lviv National Philharmonic.

07.05 – Illia Ovcharenko  (piano), Concert No. 1 for piano and orchestra by Pyotr Tchaikovsky, Dnipropetrovsk Philharmonic.

12.05 – Illia Ovcharenko (piano), Concert No. 1 for piano and orchestra by Pyotr Tchaikovsky, Kharkiv Philharmonic.

14.05 – Artem Yasynskyy (piano), “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershvin, Dnipropetrovsk Philharmonic.

19.05 – Artem Yasynskyy (piano), “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershvin, Kharkiv Philharmonic.

20.05 – Eva Rabchevska (violin), Concerto for violin and orchestra by Johannes Brahms at the “Virtuosos” festival, Lviv National Philharmonic.

20.05 – Andrii Pavlov (violin), Spanish Symphony by Eduar Lalo, Dnipropetrovsk Philharmonic.

21.05 – Antonii Baryshevskyi (piano), Viktor Rekalo (cello), project “All Beethoven’s Cello Sonatas” within the framework of the festival “Virtuosos”, Lviv National Philharmonic.

22.05 – Antonii Baryshevskyi (piano), Viktor Rekalo (cello), project “All Beethoven’s Cello Sonatas” within the framework of the festival “Virtuosos”, Lviv National Philharmonic.

28.05 – Arseniy Stavytsky, (cello), Concert for cello with orchestra by Robert Schumann, Dnipropetrovsk Philharmonic.

🌟 June, 2022

03.06 – Alexey Kanke (piano) and conductor Antonii Kedrovskyi, Concert No. 3 for piano and orchestra by Sergej Rachmaninoff, National Philharmonic of Ukraine, Kyiv.

June 24 – Antonii Baryshevskyi (piano), Concert for piano and wind instruments by Igor Stravinsky, Lviv National Philharmonic.

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