On April 21, the Lviv Museum of the History of Religion hosted a charity concert with the participation of musicians from all over Ukraine and actors of the Lviv Academic Theater. Lesya Kurbasa is a couple of Maria and Oleg Oneshchak.
More than 3,000 hryvnias were raised during the concert. These funds will go to help the White Wolf unit, unit 1988.
The concert featured works by contemporary Ukrainian composers Dmytro Danov, Bohdan Segin, Yevhen Stankovych, and Roman Drozd.
Among the musical works there was modern Ukrainian poetry on military themes by Malva Krzhankivska, Anatoliy Anatoliy, Tetyana Vlasova and Dmytro Lazutkin. Poetry was read by actors of the Lviv Academic Theater. Lesia Kurbasa Maria Oneschak and Oleg Oneschak.
In the middle of the concert there was an air alarm. Conductor Kateryna Kosetska stopped the concert and all those present went to the shelter – the dungeon of the Lviv Museum of the History of Religion. After the announcement of the air alarm, the musicians continued the concert.
The concert ended with the performance of the National Anthem of Ukraine in major key. After all, our victory is very close!
Conductor – Kateryna Kosetska
Markian Turkanik (violin)
Anastasia Kozyar (piano)