A Concert for Ukraine
Jessica Gould, soprano; Galina Ivvanikova, mezzo-soprano; Vira Slywotzky, contralto; Lucas Levy, tenor; Steven Andrew Murray, tenor; Richard Hobson, baritone Gianni Fabbrini, piano Salon/Sanctuary Concerts lifts our voice to help Razom for Ukraine provide urgently needed humanitarian relief where it is desperately needed in Kyiv, Kharkiv, Sumy, Donetsk, Mykolaiv, Odessa, Dnipro, and Zaporizhzhia. Accompanied by maestro Gianni Fabbrini of the Semper Oper Dresden, Opéra National de Paris, Festival d'Aix-en-Provence, Rossini Opera Festival of Pesaro, the Festivals of Glyndebourne and Wexford, Maggio Musciale, etc., an ensemble of singers, both American and Ukrainian, share treasured repertoire from opera, oratorio, and recital. Arias and duets by Handel, Mozart, Beethoven, Verdi, Wagner, Ravel, and Bernstein along with traditional spirituals and Ukrainian songs reflect on war, peace, government good and bad, the gift of loyalty and the joy of allyship, the sacrifices of leadership, and the miracle of endurance in the face of overwhelming adversity. Please join us in raising critically needed support for our allies in Ukraine.
For more information on Razom for Ukraine, please go to https://www.razomforukraine.org/
Venue: Marc A. Scorca Hall at the National Opera Center
330 7th Avenue
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