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Help Ukraine Fundraising Concert and Dinner

24 April 2022, 6pm at Razumovsky Academy 56 College Road London NW105ET

This evening is to raise money to “keep up morale among civilians in the war-affected regions of Ukraine, by supporting brave local musicians who continue to give live performances to displaced people”.

The legendary English actor Bill Nighy is graciously lending his support to our fundraising concert. He has kindly offered to give a poetry reading and to attend the post-concert charity dinner, joined by the evening’s most generous contributors.

Programme of poetry reading followed by music of Gabriel Faure, Chopin,  Skoryk, GéNIA, Isaak Dunayevsky, Saint-Saëns and Beriot.

Performers:

Maestro Bill Nighy poetry reading,

Ukrainian musicians: Oleg Kogan cello,Polina Kogan piano, Dinara Klinton piano, Genia Chudinovich piano, Benny Kogan violin, Vadim Perig violin and Svitlana Kosenko piano 

6pm Drinks, 6.45pm Concert, 8.15pm Charity Dinner

Supporter £100 (including pre-concert drinks)

Supporter £250 (including Charity Dinner)

Benefactor £500 (including Charity Dinner)

Patron £1,000 (special seating, including Charity Dinner)

For further details and booking please contact [email protected]

Kharkiv before the war
Bombed Square of Freedom, Kharkiv

 

 

 

 

 

Statement from the Razumovsky Founder cellist Oleg Kogan

“Since 24th February we have been witnessing a devastating brutal war against Ukraine and its people. Barbaric bombardments have destroyed large parts of Kharkiv – the peaceful, cultured, wonderful city where I was born, went to school and received my musical education. We are donating the proceeds of this Season’s remaining concerts at the Razumovsky Academy and aim to raise further funds to help the people of Ukraine, focusing on the City of Kharkiv. I am grateful to the many musicians who are contributing their performances, and to the Patrons and Friends of The Razumovsky Trust for their generosity. The raised money will be directed to help lift civilian morale across the war affected regions by supporting brave local musicians who will give live performances to displaced people. When the war is over we will help restore the rich musical life of Kharkiv. I hope you will join us and support a cause which is so close to my heart.” Oleg Kogan.

For booking and further details please contact [email protected]