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Holy Trinity Church, Fareham – Tuesday Lunchtime Concert: Duo Kyiv

Tue 6 Aug 2019 12:30pm

Holy Trinity Church, Fareham

Booking Details: Admission is free with a retiring collection

Holy Trinity Fareham Music Events

Duo Kyiv – Accordion Duo.

There will be a retiring collection in aid of Chenobyl victims.

Around the world in less than 80 minutes (Because our lunchtime concerts are under one hour!)

Presto (“Storm”) from Concerto No. 2 in G minor – A. Vivaldi
Badinerie from Orchestral suite in B minor – J. S. Bach
Eine Kleine Nachtmusik (Ist movement) – W.A. Mozart
In the Hall of Mountain King from suite “Peer Gynt – E. Grieg
Piano concerto no 2, (3rd movement) op.22 – C. Saint-Saens
Kozachok from the opera “Zaporizhzhian Cossack Beyond the Danube” S. Hulak-Artemovsky – M. Rizol
Romanian spring hora – Traditional
Meditango – A. Piazzolla
Fiddle-faddle – L. Anderson
Tango pour Claude – R. Galliano

Igor Sayenko and Oleksiy Kolomoiets completed their studies at The National Music Academy of Ukraine in Kiev in
2006. However, they began to perform professionally from 2002: Both Igor and Oleksiy now work in the National
Philharmonic Society of Ukraine.

In 2007 the duo won 2nd prize at the International Competition “From Baroque to Jazz” in Wroclaw (Poland) which resulted in a
request to perform a number of concerts in Poland. At the same time they started concert tours to UK, and since then the summer concerts of Duo Kyiv Classic Accordion in the United Kingdom have become a good tradition to bring a new concert program to please British audiences. Profits from the many concerts of the duo go to a Ukrainian charity organization, Hippokrat, which supports local families with disabled children.

Whilst the duo is named ”DUO KYIV CLASSIC”, this does not mean that Igor and Oleksiy perform only classical music: their programmes include music of Bach, Mozart, Vivaldi, Tchaikovsky, Rachmaninov, but also traditional Ukrainian and Russian music.

We hope you have enjoyed this afternoon’s concert: please consider giving a donation to the retiring collection in aid of
“Hippokrat” supporting families affected by the Chernobyl disaster, which occurred 33 years ago, in 1986.

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