Stand With Ukraine with be an evening of classical music and dance to support those who have been directly effected by the events in Ukraine.
The Association of Ukrainians of SA together with a number of local cultural organisations are coming together for Stand With Ukraine, a night of music and dance featuring some of South Australia’s best talent, including globally-acclaimed pianist Konstantin Shamray, renowned Volya Dance Ensemble, Ukrainian folk, and more.
All proceeds from the concert will support those affected by the war in Ukraine, with funds going towards South Australia’s newly-arrived Ukrainian refugees, mostly women and children, and to those still on the ground.
“We keep being asked – what can we do to help? The situation in Ukraine is something that has touched all of us here in South Australia. We are proud and humbled to be coming together with such a talented group of performers and artists, who are donating their time for Stand With Ukraine. We hope to fill the Town Hall
with support that will stretch across many homes, here and overseas,” said Professor Eugene Aidman, Event Organiser.
Stand With Ukraine concert performers include:
Konstantin Shamray: Internationally-renowned concert pianist
Volya Dance Ensemble: Renowned and celebrated cultural dance troupe with passion for Ukrainian culture.
Elder Conservatorium Chorale Choir: The Chorale is the core of the Adelaide Symphony Chorus.
Adelaide Virtuosi Trio: The professional violin and piano ensemble comprising Adam Rybovic, Marta Sutora and Matej Sutora, have performed on world-famous stages around the globe.
Lemko Folk Band: The traditional Ukrainian folk band.
Ukrainian Community Choir: An incredibly talented local ensemble celebrating Ukrainian culture in their music.
Stand With Ukraine Key Organising Partners & Supporters include: Association of Ukrainians in SA, The Belarusian Cultural Society SA, South Australian businesses have provided cash and in-kind donations.
The charity concert is being held at the Adelaide Town Hall on Friday, 29 April at 7.30pm. Tickets are on sale
now from $58 per person, all ages welcome.