The Ukrainian Lifestyle Heart and Ukrainian Artwork Center is holding the next day of its fundraiser Sunday celebrating Ukrainian music and art, and 100% of the income raised will support health-related help products and services and humanitarian attempts in Ukraine as the state defends by itself from an ongoing Russian invasion.
The event — held at the Ukrainian Tradition Heart at 4315 Melrose Ave. in East Hollywood — will get started at 11 a.m. and stop at 6 p.m. Continuing from Saturday, the event will start off with the “LArtistsForUkraine” art exhibit and a silent auction with is effective by Julia Gasio, Lado Goudjiabidze, Marlene Greenberg, Juri Koll, Nik Le Skela and Yuriy Vitiuk. One particular of the organizers of the event, Victor Makohonenko, will also have get the job done accessible in the auction.
At 3 p.m., Ukrainian-born conductor Maxim Kuzin will carry out a concert, led by violinist Myroslava Khomik. An orchestra will execute Mykola Lysenko’s epic overture to the opera “Taras Bulba” Myroslav Skoryk’s “Melody” “Plyve Kacha” (The Duckling Swims), a Ukrainian folks track that became very popular immediately after the protests at Kyiv’s Maidan Square in 2013 and 2014 new music by Ukrainian classical composer Maksym Berezovsky and orchestral versions of the preferred Ukrainian tunes: “Chervona Ruta” (Pink rue), “Ya Pidu v Daleki Hory” (I will go to the much mountains) and “Kyive Miy” (My Kyiv).
The celebration and concert will price $50 for adults, $20 for pupils, and $10 for kids under the age of 10. Tickets can be obtained at the door or in progress at uac.simpletix.com. Organizers also held a donation-centered fundraiser on Saturday exactly where individuals had been capable to see the exhibit.
All proceeds from the fundraiser will be used for medical support to Ukraine, like the acquire of surgical tools and assist for hospitals.