The famous Ukrainian conductor Valery Matyukhin has died
Valery Matyukhin, Ukrainian conductor, pianist, People’s Artist of Ukraine, laureate of the Shevchenko Prize, artistic director of the National Ensemble of Soloists “Kyivska Camerata” died at the age of 75. Read UP. Culture in Telegram The Ministry of Culture and Information Policy reported this in Telegram. “The artistic community knows Valery Matyukhin as the first performer of many works of modern Ukrainian composers. On his initiative, the National Ensemble of Soloists “Kyivska Camerata” was created, which is one of the best artistic collectives that presents Ukrainian musical art both in Ukraine and abroad “His memory is forever inscribed in the history of national culture,” the ICIP said in a statement. “A bitter loss for Ukrainian music…A person who left a bright mark in modern academic music of our country. Condolences to relatives and colleagues. Eternal memory!” – Music-Review Ukraine wrote about Matyukhin. The State Agency for the Arts and Arts Education also reported the loss and expressed condolences. Valery Matyukhin died at the age of 75. Photo: MKIP / Telegram Valery Matyukhin is a musician and conductor, a musical and public figure, People’s Artist of Ukraine, laureate of the Taras Shevchenko National Prize of Ukraine, general director-artistic director of the National Ensemble of Soloists “Kyivska Camerata”. Under his leadership, premieres of works by Valentyn Sylvestrov, Yevhen Stankovych, Myroslav Skoryk, Leonid Grabovskyi, Volodymyr Zubytskyi, Lesia Dychko, Hanna Havrylets and others took place. Together with the “Kyiv Camerata”, Matyuhin toured the countries of Europe and the world and popularized Ukrainian symphonic music.
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