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We are delighted to announce that our Box Office will reopen to the public from Wednesday 26 January 2022, 9.30am – 5pm and we will then revert back to our usual number of 029 2087 8444.

With social distancing restrictions lifting from Friday 28 January 2022, our first show back will be Luther at 7.30pm that evening.

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Andrei Kymach

 Llŷr Williams    Piano
   
 Mykola Lysenko     Reve ta stogne Dnipr shuroky
   (The Dnieper River Rages) (T.Schevchenko) 
 Myhailo Zherbin     Pluve moia dyscha (My soul is floats)    
   (P.Scheli)
 Ostap Bobykevych     Dumy moyi (My thoughts) (T.Schevchenko)
 Kyrylo Stetsenko    Tsar Horokh (Old King Cole)
   (Volodymyr Sami’lenko)
 Yuliy Meitus    Malen’ka balada (Little balada) (R.Berns)
 Mykola Fomenko    Akvarel. Oj ne tsvitu buynym tsvitom
   (Greenery slope) (Folk son)
 Yuliy Meitus    Od sela do sela (From a village to village)
   (T.Schevchenko)
 Mykola Lysenko    Mynayut dni (Gone are the days)
   (T.Schevchenko)
 Yaroslav Lopatynsky     Yak ya byv molodym (How young I was)
   (S. Liybomyr)
 Mykola Lysenko    Meni odnakovo (Indifference) (T.Schevchenko) 
 Vasyl Barvinsky    Sonet (A Sonnet) (Ivan Franko)
   

 Mussorgsky

 

 

 

   Songs & Dances of Death (Pesni I Plyaski Smerti) 

  1. Lullaby (Kolibel'naya)
  2. Serenade
  3.  Trepak
  4. The Field-Marshal (Polkovodets)


Ukrainian baritone Andrei Kymach was the First Prize Winner of the prestigious BBC Cardiff Singer of the World 2019. Andrei graduated from the Bolshoi Young Artist Program in 2018. Within his tenure he made is role debut as Don Carlos in Dargomyzhsky’s The Stone Guest at the Bolshoi Theatre.

Andrei holds a degree in philosophy from the Taras Shevchenko National University of Kiev, subsequently gained a degree in singing at The National Tchaikovsky Music Academy of Ukraine (Kiev) and was a member of the Kherson Philharmonic Society (Ukraine). At the Bolshoi Young Artist Program, he also trained under Lyubov Orfenova, Semyon Skigin and Giulio Zappa.

In the 2021/22 season Andrei will return to the Bolshoi Theatre for performances of Sadko, Bayerische Staatsoper for La Boheme, to Welsh National Opera to sing the title role in Don Giovanni and will give his debut at the Savonlinna Festival as Escamillo in Carmen.

In seasons to come he will give his house debuts at Houston Grand Opera and Chicago Lyric Opera.

Main photo:  Andrei Kymach   Credit: Alexander Andryushchenko

 

 

 
 Standard Price £20.00 all areas
 Children Under 16 (Tickets offered subject to availability) FREE with every full price paying adult.  Additional child's ticket - £5.00 each
 Friends of St David's Hall | Claimants

(Not available on Platinum or introductory tickets.)

£18.00
 Students | Over 26
(Student ID must be produced on collection of tickets. 
£5.00
 Seniors: Over 65
(Not available on Platinum or introductory tickets.)
10% off
 Disabled people plus one companion
(Not available on Platinum or introductory tickets.)
Half Price
 People in wheelchair plus one companion Stalls @ £10.00 each
 Time Credits (please contact Box Office on 02920 878444)
2 Credits

Plus an optional £1.50 postage charge for tickets to be posted.
For Hynt tickets, please contact Box Office on 02920 878444.

*Only one discount may apply to each ticket and proof of entitlement is required upon ticket collection. 

NB. This concert is not part of the Cardiff Classical Series subscriptions.

 
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