Vechornytsi... its about love, fun, friendship, and life lasting traditions.
I will remember this project as a Fairy tale when every dream just сomes true.
Dnipro choir is an amazing group of singers,performers and friends to work with, to learn from and to take a journey... Дякуємо і святкуємо з вами!!! Natalia Grytsiv
On June 29, 2014, Dnipro Choir began its 60th anniversary with a concert at home in Edmonton and continued with a concert tour in Ottawa, Montreal, New York City and Calgary.
Spokonvichni Luny (2012) is a 30-minute composition for choir and chamber orchestra in three large sections. The work uses for its text portions of six poems from Volodymyr Skorupskiy’s Spokonvichni Luny:Legendy i Mity (1977). Each of the six poems reflects on a pagan god from Ukrainian and Slavic mythology. Many customs and rituals, both secular and religious, that Ukrainians celebrate today have roots in pagan mythology and its gods. The six gods that are depicted in Spokonvichni Luny are Svaroh, Marena, Veles, Perun, Stryboh, and Dazhd’boh.
For more information about the composer, please visit: www.atalpash.ca