Live performance FOR UKRAINE | A College student-Led Advantage Live performance
Friday, April 15 • 7:30pm
@ Peabody Conservatory
Denis Savelyev, Flute, from Ukraine
Evanghelina Ciobanu, Cello, from Moldova
Nikolai Klotchkov, Saxophone, from Russia
Ramilya Saubanova, Piano, from Tatarstan
Peabody Conservatory graduate college students from Moldova, Russia, and Ukraine have organized a gain live performance to elevate funds to assistance humanitarian aid attempts for the people of Ukraine. Moldovan cellist Evanghelina Ciobanu, Russian saxophonist Nikolai Klotchkov, Tartar pianist Ramilya Saubanova, and Ukrainian flutist Denis Savelyev place jointly an night of songs by Ukrainian, Tartar, and Georgian composers — Reinhold Glière, Zhanna Kolodub, Boris Lyatoshisnky, Myroslav Skoryk, Otar Taktakishvili, and Rustem Yakhin — and invite concertgoers to donate to the Johns Hopkins Middle for Humanitarian Wellness (employing the code “Ukrainian assistance”), which is galvanizing frontline NGOs and agencies in European countries acquiring refugees from the Ukrainian conflict.
This efficiency is totally free and open up to the community. Seating is normal admission. Please evaluate existing COVID basic safety rules below JHU policy.