Contra spem spero!

Myroslava Kotorovich (violin) / Oleg Bezborodko (piano)

On December 28 at 6:00 p.m., violinist Myroslava Kotorovych and pianist Oleg Bezborodko will perform in Khlibnya Hall of the National Reserve "Sofia Kyivska" with the concert "Contra spem spero!".
● Valentyn Sylvestrov Dedication to Schubert (piano solo)● Viktoria Poleva Liebesbotschaft (Offering to Schubert) for violin and piano● Franz Schubert Sonatina for violin and piano op.137● Franz Schubert Variation on the Theme of Diabelli's Waltz● Oleg Bezborodko Variation on Diabelli theme Contra spem spero!● Oleg Bezborodko Follia Ruthenica● Yuriy Ishchenko Watercolors
Myroslava Kotorovich is one of the most famous modern Ukrainian violinists. A student of her father, the famous Bogodar Kotorovich, she studied in Poland and Austria; a soloist who played at the best concert venues in the world together with such orchestras as "Kyivska Camerata", "Kremerata Baltika"; the author of a series of musical and theater projects in the musical novel genre. Currently, she is a teacher at the National Music Academy of Ukraine named after P. I. Tchaikovsky.In 2013, Myroslava created a new project of her own - the chamber ensemble "Artehatta", which united bright, young talented musicians, inspired by the best examples of European chamber music traditions.
Oleg Bezborodko is a modern Ukrainian composer, pianist, and a teacher.He improved his skills in graduate school as a pianist (1998-2001), completed an internship abroad at the Conservatory of Neuchatel (1999-2002, class of Sylvian Defern). NMAU has been operating since 2002. Since 2010,he is a candidate of sciences. Member of the National Union of Composers of Ukraine, American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP), laureate and diploma holder of numerous competitions, in particular, laureate of the competition named after S. Ludkevich (1995, Canada), Jana Hodzhiz piano competition (1997, USA), composer competition "Gradus ad Parnassum" (2005), laureate of the Prize named after L. Revutskyi (2008) and the Prize named after M. V. Lysenko (2017). Oleg Bezborodko was a participant of the New Music Biennale at Florida State University (USA, 2015). He is a member of the jury of many creative competitions. As a concert pianist, he has performed in Europe, USA, Canada, Cuba. The pianist's repertoire includes classical and modern works. A significant part of the repertoire consists of works by Ukrainian authors. The author of works of various genres and compositions.





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