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In 2002 in the frameworks of a charity project Artists for the Renaissance of Ukraine a cycle was begun named Through Centuries and Frontiers. The idea was to span a kind of bridge to unite musicians of different countries and generation to play the music of composers of different nations and epochs. The core of the project is Music. The music which breaks frontiers, political and temporary limitations, and which joins hearts. The concerts of the cycle were participated by well known Ukrainian and foreign performers. Among them laureate of the National Shevchenko Award, merited artist of Ukraine and Russia Vladimir Sirenko, merited artists of Ukraine Anna Seredenko, Oles Semchuk, Ludmila Voinarovska (Ukraine), Boris Baraz and Igor Voloshin (France), Vladimir and Svetlana Nohr (Russia), Edward Idelchuk (Finland) and many others.

        The second cycle "Music at Christmas" has existed since 2004 under the aegis of еру merited artist of Ukraine Anna Seredenko. It is a tribute to the glorious traditions of December Christmas soir?es and еhe Musical Offerings. In the concerts of the cycle the baroque music has been performed as well as contemporary Ukrainian music, the Viennese classics and the French impressionists. The concerts of this cycle are remembered by audiences not only by their unusual music and splendid performance, but also by its colorful theatrical realization created by Elene Negrescu, a prominent Kiev stage director.

        Music at Christmas is a Christmas musical soiree, which has been always held only once a year, on the 2 of January at the most beautiful and prestigious concert hall of Ukraine - the Lysenko Hall of Columns of the National Philharmonics of Ukraine.

        The cycle - The Artistic Laboratory DEBUT - is a popular form of creativity of the young musicians, who has continued the tradition of chamber concerts at the Lysenko House Museum.

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