Holiday of Collegiality in Ukrainian House
On January 22 at 19.00 in the Ukrainian House, situated on the European Square, will be held a presentation of new editions of the Historical club "Holodnuy Yar" about the struggle for Ukrainian state - from Hutsul to Kuban in 1914 - 1930.
Will be presented documentary novel of Roman Koval "One Hundred Stories Liberation War" and memories of centurion UNR Army Boris Monkevych "March Bolbochan the Crimea" - the victorious campaigns of Colonel Peter Bolbochan in Kyiv, Poltava, Kharkiv, Zaporizhia, Melitopol, forcing Chongaro, liberation of Crimea from Russia occupiers, triumphal meeting Ukrainian troops in Simferopol and expulsion of Russian invaders from Donbass in the spring of 1918.
Participants are invited: People's Artist of Ukraine Galina Yablonska; Chairman of the National Union of Writers of Ukraine Mikhail Sydorzhevskyy; writers Ivan Drach and Volodymyr Shovkoshytnyĭ; winner of the National Prize. Taras Shevchenko Vladimir Nedyak; ATO member, poet Oleg Korotash; "Voice of Maidan", Honored Artist of Ukraine Eugene Nyschuk; ATO member, poet Dmitry Savchenko; editor of "The Way of Victory" Victor Rog; Tatiana Lemeshko poet; sculptor Michael throat; Honored Artist of Ukraine Serhiy Arkhypchuk; Chairman Brotherhood Kuban Eugene Smith; MPs Ukraine and other distinguished participants.
Songs about the liberation struggle will be performed by Honored Artist of Ukraine Taras kobzar Silenko; leader of the group "The Shadow of the Sun" Sergei Vasylyuk; bandurist, Warrior Battalion "Donbass" Daniel Melnik; and Vasil Lutiy will perform the song about Ilovaiskaya tragedy "Cossacks Rush" and a song about cyborgs "Donetsk. Airport". Group "Huljajhorod" (artistic director Sergei Postolnik) is also invited.
We invite you to take part in the celebration of ATO soldiers, volunteers and all the fraternities.
Donations for aid volunteer battalions would be collected.
Please come in a festive and military clothing.
Co-organizers of the festival - the "Ukrainian House" and Historical Club "Cold Yar."