Monday, March 06, 2006

Montreal radio program archives updated for 030406

Ukrainian Time (1280 AM Radio CFMB) is a mostly Ukrainian-language radio programme serving the Montreal community since 1963. Hosted by Valentyna Golash.

Highlights:
1. News from Ukraine ... Prepared by Rostyslav Nyemtsev.

2. Interview with Vira Ulianchenko ... member of the Verkhovna Rada (Ukrainian Parliament) talks about the political situation in Ukraine.

3. Ukrainian Catholic Programme (in Ukrainian)

♪ Ukrainian music artists: Pryvit, Scriabin and Mandry.

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Solemn Choral Recognition of Holodomor Travels to Montreal



Counterpoint Chorale, under the artistic direction of William Woloschuk, on Sunday, NOVEMBER 2, 2008 will perform choral repertoire of Ukrainian and other solemn and sacred music to remember the victims of the Holodomor Famine Genocide in Ukraine 1932-33. As the concert highlight piece, the Chorale will perform Mass for the Deceased – Requiem – by Gabriel Faure. The Requiem’s Kyrie, Offertory and Sanctus, sung in Latin with guest soloist Inga Filippova – soprano, Tatiana Navolska – mezzo-soprano, Taras Chmil – tenor, Taras Kulish– bass-baritone, and Matthew Coons, organist.

Counterpoint Chorale is dedicated to bringing classical choral music from Canada and from around the world to entertain and educate its audiences, offering “Global Repertoire” – performing choral pieces from different cultures, eras and languages. Counterpoint is dedicated to highlighting Canadian talent – soloists in performances, vocal performance student internships and Canadian composer commissioned works.

In an interview, chorister and Concert Committee volunteer Valentina Kuryliw stated that Counterpoint’s commemoration of the Holodomor 75th Anniversary has appeal to Ukrainians and non-Ukrainians alike. Several choir members are of Ukrainian heritage. The Choir’s Executive and Committee appreciated the gravity of the Holodomor and “after one rehearsal, most members stayed to watch the documentary film Harvest of Despair and understood the tragic lessons to be learned, not only by the members but by the Chorale’s loyal audience base of about 450 supporters”, said Kuryliw.

In addition to Requiem and to honour the lives lost in this tragic and historical event, which has been keenly felt by Counterpoint Chorale’s Artistic Director and many of the choir members of Ukrainian heritage, the choir shall be performing a diverse selection of choral pieces that offer a mood of respect and reflection. This includes the following works, some of which are Ukrainian in origin: Vladyka neba i zemli by Hulak-Artemovskyj; Agnus Dei by Samuel Barber; Movement II of Sergei Rachmaninov’s Vespers Blagoslovy dushe moju, Gospody; Crossing the Bar by Graeme Morton (conducted by Assistant Conductor Lesia Hrynash Deacon; and Concerto XXXII Skazhy my, Hospody, konchynu moju by Dmytro Bortianskyj.

Counterpoint Chorale has six years experience performing a range of choral repertoire with relevance to many of Canada’s ethno-cultural communities. Of special interest is the Chorale’s community outreach and grounding. Counterpoint has entered into a collaborative mentorship with the Surrey Place Centre Symphonic Passion Chorus, where the Chorale has the pleasure and privilege to work with a choir of adults with developmental disabilities.

Sudbury, Ontario native and Artistic Director William Woloschuk completed his graduate studies in choral conducting at the Faculty of Music, University of Toronto. Woloschuk had been the long-time Dean of Music for St. Sophia Ukrainian Orthodox Church in Montreal. He also studied under the tutelage of Maestro Volodymyr Kolesnyk of the Kyiv State Opera, Ukraine.

Counterpoint Chorale’s performance of Faure’s Requiem and other solemn music in commemoration of the 75th Anniversary of the Holodomor Famine Genocide and remembrance of its victims will take place at St. James United Church, 463 rue Ste. Catherine ouest (Metro: McGill.) on Sunday, Nov.2, 2008 at 3 pm. Tickets are $20 in advance at : la Caisse populaire Desjardins Ukrainienne de Montréal 3250, rue Beaubien Est Montréal (Québec)Tél. : 514 727-9456 and also at the door for $25.














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