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Don’t miss the Artists in Performance recital on Sunday, August 18 at 3 pm when all eight emerging artists perform and showcase their remarkable talent as well as the skills they have mastered during the week.
For our third Ukrainian art song Summer Institute, the Ukrainian Art Song Project presents “Muse.” A poet, having lost his inspiration, retraces the paths of his life, striving to reawaken in himself the passion that once allowed him to create great works of art. He sets off on an arduous journey of discovery to experience as many moments of life as possible – some most enjoyable, some quite horrific. Whether or not he succeeds in re. claiming his muse is a question to be answered by you. Join us and enjoy the poems of Oleksandr Oleswhich, together with Myroslav Volynsky’s “Wagnerian” music and the compositions of Mykola Lysenko, Yakiv Stepovyi and Marko Kropyvnytskyi, offer a depth of emotions that reveals a stark truth.
The final recital will be held at the Temerty Theatre at the Royal Conservatory's TELUS Centre For Performance and Learning, 273 Bloor Street West in Toronto.
Last year's performance was sold out and seating is limited - so don't don't wait to buy your tickets TODAY!
Tickets are $40 for adults and $20 for students with ID and are available on the Royal Conservatory website by clicking here. All taxes and service charges are included.
If you are a 2019 UASP Season Sponsor at the $1000 level or higher, you will be receiving tickets as part of your sponsorship package.
2019 Summer institute, Toronto…almost here
Excitement and anticipation are building for the third Ukrainian Art Song Summer Institute being held August 12 -18, 2019 at the Royal Conservatory of Music in Toronto, Ontario.
experience the thrill of the summer institute for free. Editing sections are now available click the link below for more into.
Galicians II now on line
2019 fundraising goals $80,000
2018 was another banner year with the return of the Summer Institute, launch of the Galicians II recordings and various performance events.
With your help, the 2019 Season promises to build on these achievements. We are excited to announce the third Ukrainian Art Song Summer Institute, to be held again at the prestigious Royal Conservatory of Music, August 12-18 culminating in another extraordinary Artists in Performance Concert. The Summer Institute will once again be led by stellar faculty members; Pavlo Hunka (Artistic Director); collaborative pianists Albert Krywolt and Robert Kortgaard; and ensemble specialist Melanie Turgeon. A third Anthology will enhance the resources that we provide to educate and delight both professional vocalists and music lovers everywhere. Two Salons, featuring established and emerging artists and further recordings will ensure that Ukrainian art songs are heard, appreciated and discovered throughout the Season
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