Art Festival Bouquet Kyiv Stage 2022, Oxford

Art Festival Bouquet Kyiv Stage September 28-October 1, 2022 OxfordGratitude from UA to UK

Ukrainian Art Festival Bouquet Kyiv Stage 2022 Oxford Great Britain.
More about the festival Bouquet Kyiv Stage 2022 in Oxfordwww.bouquetstage.com
Why Oxford?Great Britain was among the first countries in the world to claim its position in this war clearly and uncompromisingly. It has been providing great invaluable assistance to Ukraine since day one of the war.
Oxford is the city of knowledge and free speech, the place where democratic global human values were originated, declared, and have been brought into life for more than 800 years.
The theme BKS 2022 in Oxford – Gratitude from UA to UK.
Objectives of the festival:- Gratitude. Expressing gratitude to the British people for their constant and invaluable support of Ukraine.- Ukrainian culture. Acquaintance of the British public with the best examples of Ukrainian music, cinema, and visual art.- Ukrainian nation. The language of art is to reveal the nature of courage and freedom-loving Ukrainians, their humanity, and their love for their country.- Charity. All funds from the sale of tickets for the festival events were directed to the reconstruction and humanitarian needs of the destroyed cities of Ukraine.
The festival, which opened the first season of Ukrainian Culture Weeks 2022, was held from September 28 to October 2 at numerous venues in Oxford, such as the Sheldonian Theatre, Christ Church Cathedral, the Museum of Natural History, and others.
"Great Britain was among the first countries in the world to claim its stance clearly and uncompromisingly in the unprovoked cruel war unleashed by Russia against Ukraine. It has been providing great invaluable support to Ukraine since day one of the war. The festival is our gratitude to British People and our cultural gift to Britain" - said the organizers from the Ukrainian side, Dom Master Klass Cultural Center, about Bouquet Kyiv Stage.
The multidisciplinary festival consisted of music, exhibitions, a film programme, and public talks.
Among the participants of the festival were the Orchestra of St. John's, Choir Apollo5, Chamber Choir Kyiv, Ukrainian composer Valentyn Sylvestrov, and director of the National Reserve Sofia Kyivska Nelya Kukovalska.
The events of the festival:Apollo 5 Сhoir ConcertPublic Talk with Nelia KukovalskaPiano Marathon: Anthonii Baryshevskyi Lunyov / Poleva / ShalyginPiano Marathon: Oleh Bezborodko “Valentyn Sylvestrov. Bagatelles – XII”Piano Marathon: Yevhen Gromov Haydn / Liatoshynsky / Stankovych / Schubert Bohdana Pivnenko (violin) / Anna Khmara (piano)Chamber Choir “Kyiv”Bohdana Pivnenko (violin) and Orchestra of St John's (conductor John Lubok) Yury Shevchenko "We Are!"





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