21.04.2022 Events, Music

GALA CONCERT IN SUPPORT OF SOS CHILDREN’S VILLAGES’ UKRAINE APPEAL

GALA CONCERT IN SUPPORT OF SOS CHILDREN’S VILLAGES’ UKRAINE RELIEF.

SOLACE

In the presence of HRH Princess Michael of Kent

21 APRIL 2022 – 7.30PM
36 WIGMORE ST, LONDON W1U 2BP LONDON

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When words fail music speaks. Renowned artists and composers come together to support and raise funds for the SOS Children Villages’ Ukraine Appeal, in hope that this contribution can bring some solace to thousands of refugee children affected by the conflict.

The programme features a selection of music pieces by renowned composers who themselves experienced the fate of migrants, refugees, and were vocal critics of war and violence.

Nicholas Daniel OBE (oboe), Lucas Krupinski (piano), Leticia Muñoz Moreno (violin), Kacper Nowak (celo), Yuliya Ostapchuk (violin), Kathryn Rudge (mezzo-soprano), and Maria Tarasewicz (piano) will be joined by a string quartet of LSO musicians and the Orion Orchestra musicians expressing solidarity with Ukrainian people fighting for their freedom.

With Introduction from Robert Rinder MBE and hosted by BBC’s Kasia Madera, programme includes:

Lesya Dychko – “Na chovni” (On a boat), text by Lesya Ukrainka

  • Inna Gosieva (soprano), Alexsander Ribeiro de Lara (piano), Orion Orchestra String Quartet

Tetiana Yashvili  – “Tsaryu Nebesnyy” (O Heavenly King), Traditional Ukrainian Orthodox Prayer

  • Inna Gosieva (soprano), Alexsander Ribeiro de Lara (piano)                                             

Robert Shumann – Duet “In der Nacht”

  • Nicky Spence (tenor), Inna Gosieva (soprano), Dylan Perez (piano)                      

Buxton Orr “Songs of Childhood” by Shy Geordie (1924 -1997)

  • Nicky Spence (tenor), Dylan Perez (piano)

Richard Strauss “Zueignung”

  • Nicky Spence (tenor), Dylan Perez (piano)  

Myroslav Skoryk “Melody”

  • Yuliya Ostapchuk (violin), Maria Tarasewicz (piano)

Platon Mayboroda “My Dear Mother“        

  • Maria Tarasewicz (piano), Yuliya Ostapchuk (violin), Orion Orchestra String Quartet

Roxanna Panufnik “Letters from Burma” Aung-ze Paing-ze

  • Nicholas Daniel (oboe), Orion Orchestra String Quartet                                        

Krzysztof Penderecki “Polish Requiem” Ciaccona (transcribed by Jeajoon Ryu) (UK premiere)

  • Lukasz Krupinski (piano), Leticia Moreno (violin), Kacper Nowak (cello)               

Bach/Busoni “Ich ruf’ zu dir, Herr Jesu Christ” BWV639

  • Lucas Krupinski (piano)

Roxanna Panufnik “Faithful Journey: A Mass for Poland My Man”

  • Lucas Krupinski (piano), Kathryn Rudge (mezzo soprano), String quartet of LSO musicians

Andrzej Panufnik “Love Song”

  • Lucas Krupinski (piano), Kacper Nowak (celo)

Fryderyk Chopin Cello Sonata in G minor Op. 65

  • Lucas Krupinski (piano), Kacper Nowak (celo)         

This concert is organised by the Polish Cultural Institute in partnership with The Ludwig van Beethoven Association, Marylebone Music Festival, LSO, Orion Orchestra, Lady Camila Panufnik, Roxanna Panufnik, and Wigmore Hall with the support of the Marylebone Hotel, Kulczyk Foundation and Wiszniewski Family.

*All net proceeds from this event will go to SOS Children Villages’ Ukraine Appeal.
We cannot exchange for tickets to another Wigmore Hall events or give refunds.

If you wish to make an additional donation, please visit:

www.soschildrensvillages.org.uk/wigmore-concert

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