Bach, Vilvadi, Debussy and Shevchenko days: concerts of the National House of Music in March


The main musical events of the collective will traditionally take place in the “Bread” of the National Reserve “Sofia of Kyiv”, the House of Scientists, the National Philharmonic and St. Andrew’s Church.

In the first month of spring, musicians and leading creative teams of the National House of Music prepared a series of concerts with works by composers of different eras for fans of classical music.

Spectators can also enjoy festive musical programs dedicated to the birthdays of incomparable geniuses of world cultural heritage: Johann Sebastian Bach and Antonio Vivaldi.

The team will present a bright program of works of Ukrainian classics on the day of memory of Taras Shevchenko.

March 5, St. Andrew’s Church, 4:00 p.m

Concert poster. Photo from the page of the National House of Music

Vivaldi Universum

Antonio Vivaldi’s musical universe is rich and varied, and is not limited to the Seasons.

During his career, the Italian composer wrote a lot of wonderful instrumental, vocal, operatic and choral music, which even after 300 years amazes us with its stormy dynamics and penetrating intonations.

Dizzying excerpts from the Italian composer’s operas and oratorios will expand your listening experience and introduce you to the precious works of the great Baroque composer.

Performers: Liatoshynskyi Capella: Orchestra, Bohdan Plish /conductor/, Ivanna Plish /soprano/, Roman Melish /countertenor/, Tamara Roy /flute/, Tatiana Andriyevska /violin/, Tatiana Voynarovska /violin/, Olesya Pastukh /violin/, Maryana Ptashnyk /violin.

March 9, Taras Shevchenko National Museum, 2:00 p.m

Concert poster. Photo from the page of the National House of Music

Oh, dear God of Ukraine!

Liatoshynskyi Capella of the National House of Music together with Taras Kompanichenko and “Khorea Kozatska” are organizing a concert for Taras Shevchenko’s birthday.

The event will take place on March 9 at 14:00 in the premises of the Taras Shevchenko National Museum.

The program will include works by Ukrainian composers (Tetyana Yashvili, Bohdana Pratsyuk, Valery Antoniuk, Ruben Tolmachov, Oleksandr Rodin and Mykhailo Shved), songs from the repertoire of Taras Kompanichenko and the band “Khoreya Kozatska” based on the poetry of Taras Shevchenko.

Entry by invitation. Entry is free for internal migrants and Ukrainian military personnel registration.

March 12, St. Andrew’s Church, 4:00 p.m

Concert poster. Photo from the page of the National House of Music


Solomiya Krushelnytska was an outstanding Ukrainian opera singer who performed on the world’s most prestigious stages in 30 countries on 4 continents and received recognition from the world community.

Such celebrities as Enrico Caruso and Titta Ruffo considered it an honor to be on the same stage with Krushelnytska. The Italian composer Giacomo Puccini paid tribute to the singer and presented her with his portrait with the inscription “The most beautiful and charming Butterfly”. Today, Ukrainians honor Krushelnytska as one of the most famous women in the history of Ukraine, who glorified the country with her art.

You will hear opera arias performed by our soloists, which brought world fame to the Ukrainian singer!

Performers: Ivanna Plish /soprano/, Tatyana Gavrylenko /mezzo-soprano/, Serhii Androschuk /tenor/, Kateryna Bazhenova /piano.

March 14, National Philharmonic, 6:00 p.m

NotaBene Chamber Group. Claude Debussy

Claude Debussy is usually depicted as a carefree hedonist and a daring innovator of the 20th century, an impressionist in music, a master of new, hitherto unknown sound elements.

The program of the chamber group NotaBene reveals to us a completely different image of the French composer, who is marked by courage in the face of personal and national tragedy.

Claude Debussy died 105 years ago, on March 25, 1918, the day German troops bombarded Paris. The composer experienced the events of the First World War very acutely: “My age and physical fitness allow me to guard the fence as much as possible… but if an even greater number of people are needed for victory, I will offer myself without reservation.”

At that time, Debussy had already been fighting a personal war against cancer for more than 10 years, but in the works (Etude, Rhapsody, Sonata) written during this period, we will not hear the depressed state and deep depression of the composer. This music radiates a surprising amount of inner light, and more joy than despair.

March 17, “Bread”, 18:00

Concert poster. Photo from the page of the National House of Music

Beethoven and Brahms. Rhetoric of styles

A dialogue between two composers throughout the 19th century who never met in person but had a closer relationship than one might expect.

One of the composers was the first to depart from the classical canons of his era and became almost the first representative of romanticism.

Another composer remained faithful to the classical tradition until the end of his life and became one of the symbols of late romanticism in music.

Performers: Mykhailo Bilich /violin/, Andriy Vasin /piano.

Concerts for Bach’s birthday

Concert poster. Photo from the page of the National House of Music

March 19, St. Andrew’s Church, 4:00 p.m

Senses: Joy

Virtuoso works of Johann Sebastian Bach performed by Liatoshynskyi Capella: Early Music Ensemble — specialists in historically informed performance, rare for programs of Ukrainian ensembles.

March 21, National Philharmonic, 6:00 p.m

Concert poster. Photo from the page of the National House of Music

Bach Day

The most famous orchestral, choral and organ works of Johann Sebastian will be performed by Liatoshynskyi Capella and an organist Iryna Kharechko.

March 25, Kyiv Opera House, 5:00 p.m

Concert poster. Photo from the page of the National House of Music

Bach and Vivaldi. Kyiv-Brass

The works of Johann Sebastian Bach, as well as his arrangements of Antonio Vivaldi’s concertos, will be performed in translation for brass quintet.

March 26, Kyiv Opera House, 4:00 p.m

Concert poster. Photo from the page of the National House of Music

Sheet music of Anna Magdalena Bach

The music of Johann Sebastian Bach, which he wrote for his second wife, will be performed Maxim Sydorenko /organ/ and Olga Shvydka /soprano.

March 31, “Khlibnia”, 18:00


The main chamber and piano works of the outstanding composer will be performed Nazarii Pilatiuk /violin/, Ivan Kucher /cello/ and Tetiana Voytech /piano.


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