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German Youth Orchestra to perform free concert in downtown of Kyiv

The music of eighteenth-nineteenth centuries will be played
17:28, 23 July 2018

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The Federal Youth Orchestra of Germany (Bundesjugendorchester) will perform at the territory of the National History Museum of Ukraine in Kyiv. The concert will take place outdoors on July 25 at 19:30 as the press service of the museum reported.

The Youth Orchestra is 50 yeas-old. It will perform with all members in Ukraine for the first time. It is noted that the concert is the result of the cooperation of the German musicians with the Youth Symphony Orchestra of Ukraine. The last one was founded in 2017 upon the initiative of conductor Oksana Lyniv.

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These compositions will be played:

Anton Bruckner. Overture, G minor/ 1863;

Olivier Messiaen. The Ascension, orchestra

Joseph Haydn. Symphony No. 26 in D minor, Lamentatione/ 1768

Paul Hindemith. Symphony: Mathis der Maler/ 1934.

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The concert is free.

As we reported on July 19, BoomBox, a Ukrainian band, had a free concert on the administrative board with the occupied Crimea. The stage was set for the performance at Kalanchak checkpoint. The show lasted for an hour. This way the band joined the rally in support of the Ukrainian political prisoners kept in the Russian jails.

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