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Concerts and music for Ukraine !

United for Ukraine

Sinfonia de l’Ouest with coloratura soprano Maryna Krejcarova and maestro Stewart Grant

The Sinfonia de l’Ouest orchestra will be having their second benefit concert in support of Ukraine this coming Sunday afternoon, May 15th, at 3pm at Lakeshore Trinity United Church Pointe-Claire, (98 Aurora Avenue) under the baton of maestro Stewart Grant

The Sinfonia will be joined by Ukrainian-Canadian soprano Maryna Krejcarova, who will perform the Ukrainian national anthem, the Prayer for Ukraine by Mykola Lysenko, and Kieve Mil (“My Kyiv”) by Ihor Shamo, which is regarded as “the unofficial anthem of the Ukrainian capital”.

The program will also include Mozart’s Divertimento for string orchestra, K. 137, the beloved Air from Johann Sebastian Bach’s Third Orchestral Suite, and the Symphony no. 45 (“Farewell”) by Haydn.

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Stewart Grant

The concert will be conducted by the Sinfonia’s Artistic Director, Stewart Grant.

Tickets are available at the door and online at $25 for general admission, $20 for seniors and $15 for students.

Children 12 years old and younger and recent arrivals from Ukraine are welcome for free.

Donations will be collected for Ukrainian relief.

Musical philanthrophy : Raising funds for medical supplies through music.

Master Piano Recital Series: Serhiy Salov makes music his own – ARTSFILE
Pianist Serhiy Salov

Pianist Serhiy Salov is on a mission :

He will be raising awareness and performing publicly over the next two weeks with his personal piano in front of the office spaces of #espacegallea, Lune Rouge and on Sherbrooke street to raise much needed funds for bandages and medical supplies to be sent to Ukraine ! 🇺🇦

 1186 Sherbrooke St W, Montreal, Quebec H3A 1R6 ( varied dates and times)

Photo: Tam Lan Truong with Nicolas Ellis,

Serhiy has been making waves recently with a lavish performance with l’Orchestre Métropolitain last Feb 27th, where he was invited to fill in last minute to play Liszt’s Concerto no 1. Once the last notes of the concerto resounded, the native of Donetsk pulled out his Ukrainian flag from the confines of his piano and wore his colors proudly by like a superhero cape around his shoulders !

To learn more about Serhiy and his up-coming recitals please visit his website :