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ONUKA band to perform at Dignity March on Ukraine’s Independence Day

Source : 112 Ukraine

Opera singers Andry Romanenko and Yevhen Orlov, Oksana Kramareva and Anzhelina Shvachka will also participate in the Dignity March
15:42, 22 August 2019

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Ukrainian band ONUKA (Natalya Zhyzhchenko) will participate in the celebration of Independence Day in Kyiv. She will sing at the solemn part of the event as Secret Service Entertainment Agency reported.

Sound producer of the band Yevhen Filatov also known as The Maneken will produce the music for one of the parts of the solemn event.

“I am very thankful to Alan Badoev for the invitation to participate in the Dignity March; it is really a huge honor for me. Especially, considering the concept of the event, when a human, not hardware occupies the central position. I hope that the march will become the brightest event of the cultural life of Ukraine,” ONUKA said.

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Opera singers Andry Romanenko and Yevhen Orlov, Oksana Kramareva and Anzhelina Shvachka will participate in the Dignity March. Legendary Ukrainian composer Myroslav Skoryk will become the special guest of the event.

“Independence Day is our history; it is a history not about power but people. We want to show not a tank but a tankman. Not an aircraft, but a pilot. And scientist, doctor, athlete, painter, musician with them; people who create the history of our state,” Olena Kolyadenko, the production director said.

The rehearsals of the event take place every day as the organizers of the event said.

Related: Veterans' organizations deny agreement with Presidential Office on Independence Day procession, - media

As we reported a Dignity March with the participation of veterans will be held instead of a military parade on the Independence Day of Ukraine. The ceremony starts on August 24 at 9:30 near the memorial cross for the Heroes of Heavenly Hundred. 

 

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