On 15 September in Khmelnytsky and 17 September 2019 in Zhytomyr, concerts dedicated to the 200th anniversary of Stanislav Moniuszko's birth were held. They were attended by soloists of operas in Kyiv and Lviv, as well as the Choir and Symphony Orchestra of the Khmelnytsky Philharmonic conducted by Roman Rewakowicz.

This project was realised as part of the Adam Mickiewicz Institute's grant programme "Cultural Bridges" with funds from the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage within the framework of the 2017-2022 INDEPENDENCE Multiannual Programme and with the financial support of the Polish Institute in Kyiv and BALTON.
15 September 2019, 17:00 - Concert Hall of  the Khmelnytsky Philharmonic Orchestra 
17 September 2019, 18:30 - Concert Hall of the Zhytomyr Philharmonic Orchestra


From the Opera "Halka":

– Overture

– Polonaise from Act I (Long live the bride and groom)

– Recitative and aria from Act II of Halka (O jakżebym klęczeć już chciała; Gdyby rannym słonkiem)

– Polonaise from Act III (After Vespers on Sunday)

– Highlander dances from Act III

– Recitative and aria of Jontek from Act IV (Unhappy Halka; Szumią jodły)

– Mazurka from Act I



From the Opera 'Flis':

– Overture

– Recitative and Zosia's dumka, scene 2 (Terrible this morning; Ah, thou art perhaps in the midst of this storm)

  From the Opera 'The Haunted Manor':

– Intrada and scene 1 from Act I

– Chorus of girls from Act II (from beneath the needles)

– Skołuba's aria from Act III (That old clock)

– Mazurka from Act I


Tetiana Olenych - soprano
Oleh Lanovy - tenor
Taras Berezhansky - bass
Choir and Orchestra of the Khmelnytsky Philharmonic
Romana Rewakowicz - conductor

Subsidised by the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage from the Fund for the Promotion of Culture within the framework of the programme “Moniuszko 2019 – Promesa”, realised by the Institute of Music and Dance

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