The Ukrainian Week - - CULTURE & ARTS -

(Var­i­ous lo­ca­tions in Lviv)

Franz Xaver Mozart, the son of Wolf­gang Amadeus Mozart, was a well-known teacher, pi­anist, con­duc­tor and com­poser. In 1808-1838, he resided in Lviv and was part of its mu­sic en­vi­ron­ment, found­ing the Saint Ce­cilia choir that be­came the first mu­sic com­mu­nity in the city. This year, Lviv cel­e­brates his legacy with a week pro­gram of ex­hi­bi­tions and lec­tures, Baroque vo­cal mu­sic, and or­gan and a cham­ber con­cert. On Au­gust 25, the Lviv Opera House will host Ok­sana Lyniv, cur­rently chief con­duc­tor of the Graz Opera, with Bun­desju­gen­dorch­ester and the Youth Sym­phonic Orches­tra of Ukraine.

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