Music from Ukraine will be featured in this 40-minute documentary based on an art project led by Ukrainian pianist Natalya Pasichnyk
The Nerja Arts Society will hold a special event on Tuesday April 12 at the city’s Centro Cultural, Calle Granada, to recognize Ukrainian music.
Ukrainian Rhapsody – A Journey into Ukrainian Classical Music will be presented by Andreas Eckman, Arts Society Board Member and Retired Swedish Ambassador.
The 40-minute documentary, produced in 2017, is based on an art project led by Ukrainian pianist Natalya Pasichnyk, in which leading Ukrainian and Swedish musicians talk about the country’s composers and classical music, with images and interviews from Ukraine yesterday and today. .
After the film, Andreas will give a brief presentation on the context of the war, Ukrainian history, society and culture.
Although the company emphasizes that this is not a fundraising event, information will be given on how to support charities that help Ukrainian refugees in the region and in Ukraine.
A local project, the Axarquia Ukrainian Family Support, will also be presented.
The event is free for members and non-members. For more information visit: www.theartssocietynerja.com.