Open the culture of Ukraine

Library

About the project

Partners

The team of the Lviv National Opera is convinced that the world will be fascinated to discover Ukrainian culture through the performance and acquaintance with its iconic musical works.

We launched an electronic music library Stand with Ukraine, with works by Ukrainian composers on the theatre website.  We offer the scores to world groups to perform at the concerts to support the Ukrainian people.

Scores, claviers and orchestral voices of symphonic works, opera arias, overtures, and works for chamber orchestra or ensemble are available for free. You can find more than 70 scores by 30 composers from the Baroque period to the present.

Project manager – Ivan Cherednichenko, conductor, head of the music department of Lviv National Opera.

We’re still working on digitizing our works; please follow the updates.

The project partners are Music Ukraine Publishing House and National Union of Composers of Ukraine. We are also grateful to contemporary composers for providing us with their works.

About 20 volunteers joined in digitizing the musical heritage and editing the notes:

Yosef Sozanskyi, conductor, artistic director of the Academic Symphony Orchestra of the Chernivtsi Philharmonic;

Oksana Stupak, conductor of the orchestra of the National Song and Dance Ensemble Cheremosh of Ivan Franko National University;

Oleksii Makarenko and Kvitka Sozanska, teachers of Lviv National Music Academy named after M. Lysenko;

Students of Lviv National Music Academy named after M. Lysenko: Anastasiia Zdvizhkova, Tetiana Nikiforova, Samanta Lavrova, Oksana Viiatyk, Hryhorii Chernutskyi, Nataliia Kobuta, Oksana Stechyshyn, Kateryna Cherniah, Mykhailo Maksymchuk, Artem Podziubanchuk; Yuliia Skileva, a student of the college of Kyiv Municipal Academy of Music named after R. Gliere; Olha Havryliuk, a student of Tchaikovsky National Music Academy of Ukraine; Anna Gorobets, a postgraduate student of Tchaikovsky National Music Academy of Ukraine. Software developer Yuuliia Kozbur.