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Ukrainian Cultural breakthrough: Kyiv’s New Era Orchestra will perform two Concerts in Kyiv and Odesa with Superstar American Violinist Joshua Bell!
Saturday, May 22, 2021 Odessa National Opera.
Sunday, May 23, 2021, The National Philharmonic of Ukraine, Kyiv.
The U.S.-Ukraine Business Council (USUBC) and eight of its members are sponsors: Asters, Chopivsky Family Foundation, Depsol Technologies, Kinstellar, Great Plains International, Eric Luhmann, Irina Paliashvili, Winner.
New Era Orchestra, one of the most renowned orchestras in Ukraine, led by its Artistic Director and Conductor Tatiana Kalinichenko - conductor, performs two concerts with Maestro Joshua Bell (violin, USA): on May 22 at the National Odessa Opera and on May 23 in Kyiv at the National Philharmonic of Ukraine.
Odessa National Opera. Special Project of New Era Orchestra and Odessa Classics – Concert of Joshua Bell (violin, USA) & New Era Orchestra with the generous support of Odessa Business Club and Stavnitser Andrey.
The National Philharmonic of Ukraine, Kyiv, Concert of Joshua Bell (violin, USA) & New Era Orchestra
Principal Sponsor - Chopivsky Family Foundation (Alexa Chopivsky), which has been an important long-term supporter of Ukraine’s cultural development.
The concert is supported by U.S.-Ukraine Business Council (USUBC); Effective Investments Company and Igor Liski;
Depsol Technologies; Asters; Charity Fund “Believe in yourself”; Great Plains International; DLA Piper; Irina Paliashvili and Taras Tsiganok; Nonna and George Khouri; Eric and Oksana Luhmann; Winner; Sasha, Leo and Maxim Tall.
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Joshua Bell together with New Era Orchestra will perform First Violin Concerto by Max Bruch. The program will also feature Symphony N7 by Ludwig van Beethoven.
Attention: The concerts will be held in strict compliance with the public health safety regulations and protocols.