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Sunday, June 4th, 2:00 pm.Grace Episcopal Church, 124 Maple Avenue Newington, CT. Yevshan Choral Concert

The Hartford-based Ukrainian Vocal Ensemble, "Yevshan" will present a concert of Classical Ukrainian Liturgical and Folk Music.

The choir of 29 voices, under the direction of Alex Kuzma, will perform works by Bortniansky, Leontovych, Stetsenko, Koshetz, and other noted Ukrainian composers. 

Tickets may be purchased in advance from any choir member for $12 per adult ($10 seniors) or at the door on the day of the concert at the regular price of $15 per adult ($12 seniors).  Children under the age of 12 will be admitted free of charge.

For more information or tickets, please contact one of the Yevshan Ensemble members or call T. Stasiuk at 860 621-0661.

Driving Directions:

From New Haven - I 91 north to Rt. 9, north.  Stay on Rt. 9 as it becomes Taras Shevchenko Blvd. and take a right hand exit to Newington (Rt. 175).  Turn right onto Maple Hill Ave and look for Grace Episcopal Church on the left after 2 blocks.

From Hartford - take the Berlin Turnpike (Rt. 5) south toward Newington. Off at Cedar St. (Rt. 175) heading toward Newington and New Britain. Continue on Cedar St. across Main then Willard Ave. to Maple Hill Ave. Turn left onto Maple Hill Ave. and look for street address.

Posted May 20, 2000
Saturday, May 20, 2000. 8:30 pm – 1.00 am “Zabava” – A Spring Dance
In the Hall of St. Michael Ukrainian Catholic Church. 563 Geprge Street, New Haven 
Featuring Ukrainian Band “Zorepad”
Ticket Donations: Adult: $20, Student: $10
For tickets and Table Reservations call Maria Antonyshyn: 203-795-6959

Sponsored by the Children of Chornobyl Relief Fund, New Haven Chapter.

Posted by Olena
May 10, 2000
Every Tuesday at 7 p.m. there is a Ukrainian Table at the 
Pierson College Dining Hall hosted by Professor Halyna Hryn. Please contact p. Halyna in advance if you decide to come.
April 25th the grand opening of the New Haven Office of the Children of Chornobyl Relief Fund at 1358 Whalley Avenue (between Anthony & Ramsdell Streets in the Westville Section, in the professional building just behind Dunkin Donuts.)  A wine & cheese reception will be held at 6 p.m., followed by a lecture and reading by Ms. Zabytko at 7 p.m. at St. Mary's Pokrova Ukr.Orthodox Church at 55 Fowler St.If you need a ride or driving directions, please call 387-0507.
Alex Kuzma
Posted: April 20, 2000
April 25th at 4 p.m., at the Yale Bookstore (Barnes & Noble) on Broadway 
in New Haven. 

From 4 to 4:30 p.m., a Ukrainian-American author, Irena Zabytko will be signing copies of her newly released novel, "The Sky Unwashed". The novel has received excellent reviews from Library Journal & Kirkus Reviews & Publishers' Weekly.  This is a unique opportunity to support a mainstream writer who paints a sympathetic picture of Ukraine for a mainstream, American audience.  ALSO, Yale Bookstore has taken a risk in promoting this book during Reading Week.

Ms. Zabytko has been nominated for Barnes & Noble's "Discover Great New Writers Series", and this is a great honor for a Ukrainian writer in whom all of us should rejoice.

Alex Kuzma
Posted: April 20, 2000
April 8 - 9, 2000
Ukrainian Politics in the Twentieth Century
International Conference at Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut
Posted: March 7, 2000
YALE SLAVIC TALENT SLAM (MAYBE APRIL 12)
The Ukrainian language students are organizing a play Pippi Longstocking (Peppi Dovha Panchokha) skit for the yearly departmental slam.  Our co-president, Adrian, has agreed to be none other than Pippi.  (That's real security with masculinity.)  There will be cameo appearances of Taras Shevchenko, Taras Bulba, Lesia Ukrainka.  Maybe Ivan Vysens'kyj. Singing.  Horilka (stage horilka).  Dancing.  A Horse.  If you want to get involved, there will be mandatory rehearsals.  We won Grand Prize last year, so Ukrainian has to get it again.  Please email judy.an@yale.edu if you want to get involved.
Posted March 21, 2000 by Judy
March 22, 7 p.m. Wednesday
St. Michael’s Church Hall, 
563 George street, new Haven, CT
Kotlyarevsky's Eneyida Studio "Arabesques" from Kharkiv, Ukraine

Prof. Halyna Hryn is offering to drive anyone that would like to go out to the Eneyida performance. 

Eneyida is one of the most outstanding and most original products of the current Ukrainian literature. It is a mock heroic poem based on the famous "Aeneyid" by the Roman poet Vergilius. But here Trojans become Kozaks, "Aeneas" is Enei, while Greek gods from Mt. Olympus appear as Ukrainian gentry.

Posted: March 18, 2000
March 24, 2000 at 7:00 p.m.
Dwight Chapel, on the Old Campus of Yale University (High Street between Chapel and Elm). 
The Experimental Bandura Trio (Julian Kytasty, Michael Andrec, and Jurij Fedynsky) would like to invite you to one of the three upcoming performances this month associated with the release of their debut CD.

The concert is co-sponsored by the New Haven Chapter of the Children of Chornobyl Relief Fund and the Yale-Ukraine Initiative. 

General Admission is $10. Yale students free with ID. 
For further information, please call 203-407-0261.

For the past several years they have been working to create a new musical language for their instrument which combines contemporary influences from minimalism to free improvisation with rhythms, textures, and modes drawn from ancient epic songs. Their repertoire consists almost exclusively of original compositions and improvisational pieces that develop bandura ensemble sound in radically new directions.

The Experimental Bandura Trio will be also performing at the following locations this month:

Toronto, ON
We will be participating in the "Bandura Festival 2000" presented by the Canadian Bandura Foundation. The Festival will take place on March 17-19, 2000 at the St. Volodymyr Cultural Center, 1280 Dundas Street West, Oakville. Please contact Oksana Rewa of the Canadian Bandura Foundation for more detailed information.

New York, NY
Our "official" CD release concert will take place on March 29, 2000 at 840 Broadway, 11th floor, 8:00 pm. Seating will be limited: you must RSVP with Julian Kytasty (212-995-2640 ) by March 15.

Posted: March 5, 2000
As of March 1st, the Children of Chornobyl Relief Fund will be opening its new office in New Haven on the corner of Whalley Avenue and Maplewood Road.  (A very generous American businessman has donated the office space to us.)  We are preparing our 25th airlift to Ukraine, with deliveries planned for Bila Tserkva, Rivne, Slavutych and other children's hospitals.  We are looking for volunteers who might be willing to work in the office, even for a few hours once a week, especially during the summer months and next fall. Please contact me (Alex Kuzma) if you are interested in learning more about this exciting development, or if you think you would like to volunteer.  We welcome your feedback and your participation.

Email  Alex Kuzma

Posted: February 24, 2000
Saturday, February 19, 8:30pm, Woolsey Hall
FOURTH ANNUAL SLAVIC CHORAL FESTIVAL
Participants include:
Yale Women's Slavic Chorus
Yale Russian Chorus
Manchester Symphonic Chorale
New Haven Oratorio Chorus

Tickets: $3 students, $5 other Yale affiliates, $10 general, $20 special reserved section.(Posted by Olena)

February 19, NYC
Famous & arguably the best Ukrainian rock-band VV (Vopli Vidopliasova) will give a concert at Wetlands, Manhattan on Febr 19, 8:00pm
Tickets $30 -- www.ticketweb.com
VV -- vv.cn.ua
They were a hit last year at Coney Club on Manhattan. Highly recommended!(News provided by Myckola)
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