Cultural Project is a modern platform for acquiring knowledge in the Humanities. We propose a convenient format of studying with well-known teachers, experts and professionals. Particular attention is paid to live dialogue between the lecturer and the audience. Founded in Kyiv in 2009, Cultural Project is becoming a community of like-minded people who feel the importance of obtaining new knowledge and education during their lives.
Lectures of the "Cultural Project"
as a part of the Odessa Classics 2018 festival
(25 Katerynins'ka St.)
Events start at 17:00
|May 29||Anna Gadetska||Classics work in progress: reloading|
|May 30||Vitaliy Vyshynskiy||Aria with variations: Bach, Tarkovsky, Pärt|
|June 3||Iryna Yagodzynska||Sound image of the city: musical Vienna of the XIX century|
|June 4||Oleksiy Voytenko||Eternity moments in music of Olivier Messiaen|
Graduated from the History and Theory Faculty of the P. Tchaikovsky National Music Academy of Ukraine, later completed her post-graduate studies at the Department of Theory and History of Culture of the same Academy. She defended her Ph.D. thesis on "Ballroom Dancing as a Phenomenon of Culture of Romanticism in the Creative Biography of M.I. Glinka". She worked as a journalist and author of classical music programs at the First National TV Channel. Currently she is Senior Lecturer of the Department of Theory and History of Culture of the P. Tchaikovsky National Musical Academy of Ukraine and Lecturer of Cultural Project. Anna is the author and host of many artistic projects devoted to ancient music.
Composer, musicologist, pianist, Ph.D in Art Studies. Member of the National Union of Composers of Ukraine. Scholarship holder of the International Wagner Society. Associate Professor of the Department of Theory and Techniques of Musical Art of the Institute of Arts of the B.Grinchenko University of Kyiv. Lecturer of Cultural Project. Lecturer of "Sound", an open music lecture course on music organized by OK projects. Graduated from the Composition Faculty of the P. Tchaikovsky National Music Academy of Ukraine, later graduated from the Department of History of Foreign Music. He defended his thesis on "Symphonic Style by D. Shostakovich and G. Mahler: Movement as a Structural and Musical and Dramaturgical Factor". He is the author of chamber-vocal, chamber-instrumental and symphonic compositions performed at festivals of contemporary music in Ukraine and abroad. He has scientific publications in professional and specialized media.
Composer, musicologist, Ph.D. in Art Studies. Member of the National Union of Composers of Ukraine. Laureate of L. M. Revutsky prize. Scholarship holder of the International Wagner Society. Studied at the P. Tchaikovsky National Music Academy of Ukraine: Composition Department (2002-2007), post-graduate course at the Theory of Music Department (2007-2010). He defended his Ph.D. thesis on "Style Specificity of Functional Interpretation of Orchestral Timbre in the Works of M. Myaskovsky". Since 2012 he has been working as a Lecturer at the Department of Music Theory of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine. Lecturer of Cultural Project. The main spheres of his musicological activity are the theory of orchestration, theoretical and methodological problems of composer's creativity. Alexei Voitenko's music is performed at many Ukrainian festivals, as well as abroad.
Ph.D. of Art Studies, musicologist. Graduated from the History and Theory Faculty of the P.Tchaikovsky National Music Academy of Ukraine and later graduated from the Department of History of Foreign Music. She defended her Ph.D. thesis on "Musical and Verbal Components in the Process of Semantic Formation of Artistic Text (R. Wagner - T. Mann - B. Britten)". Iryna worked at the P.Tchaikovsky National Music Academy of Ukraine, as well as at the L.Utiosov Kyiv Municipal Academy of Pop and Circus Arts. Since September, 2015 she has been working as a Senior Lecturer at the Department of Theory and Techniques of Musical Art at the Institute of Art of the Kyiv B.Grinchenko University. Lecturer of Cultural Project. Iryna created a range of courses on theory and history of musical art, she is the author of scientific articles on semiotics, problems of interaction between verbal and non-verbal art practices.