2 October 2020, Fri. 19:00
Kyiv Conservatory Kyiv, vulytsya Horodetsʹkoho 1-3/11
from 3.33 EUR
from 3.33 EUR
Choose ticket


About event

Johann Sebastian Bach is not just the most famous composer in the history of Music - he is her symbol and icon of the classics for all time. In March 2020, the entire musical world will celebrate the 335th anniversary of the legendary composer. On this occasion, UKR Artists Agency invites all fans of the classics to an incredible musical event.

The concert will take place in the very heart of Ukraine - on Independence Square. This evening, one of the best scenes of the Capital at the National Music Academy of Ukraine (Conservatory) will feature the country's most famous chamber orchestra “Kiev Soloists” and a star cast of soloists: violin virtuosos Marco Komonko from Lvov and Kiev resident Kirill Sharapov, violists Alexander Lagosha and Ivan Gritsishin, soloist of the Lviv National Philharmonic Society Yuriy Khvostov (oboe) and Gennady Demyanchuk, who is one of the five most famous pianists of Ukraine. Two young talents will also take part in the concert: Maria Stavitskaya, a pupil of the class of legendary flutist Vladimir Turbovsky, and a 17-year-old Japanese saxophonist-wunderkind, winner of more than 30 of the most prestigious international competitions, Kent Igarashi. Behind the conductor's console is the charismatic maestro Igor Puchkov.

The program includes the epoch-making works of the Bach family: Johann Sebastian, including the brilliant Sixth Brandenburg Concert and The Joke, and his most famous son, Carl Philip Emanuel.

The magical music of the Baroque era and the stellar composition of the concert participants will present a real celebration of emotions, will also captivate demanding aesthetical musicians, and just lovers of classical music.

National Chamber Ensemble "Kiev Soloists"
Conductor - Igor Puchkov

Marco KOMONKO (violin, Lviv)
Yuri KHVOSTOV (oboe, Lviv)
Gennady DEMYANCHUK (piano)
Kenta IGARASHI (saxophone)
Maria STAVITSKAYA (flute)
Kirill SHARAPOV (violin)
Alexander LAGOSHA (viola)