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Symphony of Light

Date and time

15 November 2019, Friday 19:00

An incredible combination of visual art and music. Lines drawn by a melody. Forms that pulse in a rhythm. Color that reveals harmony. Organ, cello and soprano — amazing timbres will captivate your hearing, and video shows will capture your eye. In addition to beautiful music, the Organ Hall will be filled with visuals, colorful patterns and mysterious animations. All this makes an explosive impression. Feel the symphony of light!
 Yaroslav Mygal — cello
Nataliya Dytyuk — soprano vocals
 Olena Matselukh — organ
 Albert Vrubel — VJ
 Christian Anthem "Amazing Grace" 
O. Messiaen — "God Among Us" from the Christmas cycle 
J. S. Bach — Toccata and Fugue in D minor 
R. Wagner — Ride of the Valkyries from "The Valkyrie" opera 
S. Rakhmaninov — "Vocalise"
H.  Villa-Lobos — Bachiana No. 5
J. S. Bach — Aria from Cantata No. 208-5 
J. S. Bach / C. Gounod — "Ave Maria"
G. Händel — "Reogoice" Aria
J. S.  Bach - Cello Suite No. 1
J. S.  Bach - Cello Suite No. 6
G. Cassadó — "Prelude-Fantasy"
J. Massenet — "Meditation"
O. Messiaen — “Praise to the Eternity of Jesus”
 Yaroslav Mygal is a cellist from Lviv, founder of the Leopolis Chamber Symphony Orchestra and the trio of the same name. Actively performs as a soloist and participant in chamber ensembles. He has performed in the most prestigious halls in Europe with distinguished soloists and conductors.
Nataliya Dytyuk — Honored Artist of Ukraine. Cooperates with the Academic Symphony Orchestra of the Lviv Philharmonic, the Academic Chamber Orchestra of the Lviv Virtuosos and the Symphony Orchestras of Ukraine. She took part in numerous festivals. She tours in Ukraine and Europe.
Olena Matselyukh is a Ukrainian organist who performs with solo recitals and tours with concerts all over Ukraine. In recent years, Olena Matselyukh has toured several times in Switzerland, Germany, France, Spain and Denmark. She is a regular participant in many organ festivals.

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