2021 Summer Season Concerts at Grazhda

July 3 at 8 pm: Concert at Grazhda, season opening event
Anna Rabinova, violin; Natalia Khoma, cello; Volodymyr Vynnytsky, piano
Sergei Rachmaninov (1873-1943), Trio Elegiaque Op.9 in D minor for violin, cello and piano. Ludwig van Beethoven (1770-1827), Piano Trio in B-flat major, Op. 97, Archduke Trio
Live concert! Admission: $20 general admission; $15 seniors; $12 members; Free for students

July 24 at 7 pm: Virtual concert
Olena Haviuk-Sheremet (graduate studies at the Conservatory in the name of M. Lysenko), piano. Works by J. Brahms, R. Strauss, M. Lysenko.
Free event via YouTube. Join us at 7 pm on July 24!

August 7 at 7 pm: Folk Singing Children’s Recital
Performance by pupils of the two-week Ukrainian folk singing course under the direction of Anna Bachynsky. (Course for children, ages 4–10; See workshops below for more information). Tickets: $5.

August 14 at 7 pm: Virtual concert
Solomia Soroka (Goshen College Professor of Music), violin; Arthur Greene (Professor of Piano, University of Michigan), piano
Works by M. Berezovsky, M. Lysenko, F. Chopin, Y. Stankovych, M. Skoryk. Free event via YouTube. Join us at 7 pm on August 14!

August 28 at 8 pm: Concert at Grazhda, season closing event and fund raiser
Vira Slywotzky, mezzo soprano; David Sytkowski, piano
Works by A. Copland, Y. Stepovy, K. Weill, G. Verdi, I. Sonevytsky
Live concert! Admission: $35 general admission

Ukrainian Folk Art Workshops and Courses

Register by July 15! Tel.: 518-263-4670 or email:

26-28 July: rock painting with Ukrainian folk motifs, instructor – artist Sofika Zielyk.
2-5 August: embroidery, instructor – Lubow Wolynetz, Curator of Folk Art at The Ukrainian Museum (New York)
2-5 August: wreath-making, instructor TBA
25 July – August 6: folk singing for children, instructors Anna Bachynsky and Melasia Serbay.

Music and Art Center of Greene County
P.O. Box 20
Jewett, NY 12442
tel: 518-989-6479 (July 1 – September 4)

The Grazhda is located on Rt. 23A in Jewett, N.Y., 5 miles west of the town of Hunter and 2 miles east of Lexington.