Promotional Videos for Musical Conductor Myron Yusypovych

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Glinka: Overture to Ruslan and Lyudmila (00:00 – 00:58)
Moniuszko: Mazur from Strazny Dwór (The Haunted Manor) (00:59 – 02:25)

Berliner Philharmonie, Berlin, Germany

K&K Philharmoniker

K&K Opernchor

Myron Yusypovych, conductor

Since the beginning of his tenure as Principal Conductor in 2002, Myron Jussipowitsch (Yusypovych) has created a homogeneous and artistically accomplished ensemble, that performs about 100 concerts yearly for a highly appreciative and dedicated audience in the German speaking world…

Jussipowitsch (Yusypovych) cherishes the best of the enourmous Kapellmeister sound tradition. How? Without airs, true to the beat and rhythm, without sensationalism. And the musicians? Wonderful dark, warm strings, round and sonorous brass (horm, tuba and trombones), delicate woodwinds with multiple solos – these are just some of the reasons.

Jörg Clemen, Leipziger Volkszeitung (LVZ) (Leipzig, Germany)

Borodin: Polovetsian Dances from Kniaz Igor (Prince Igor)

Berliner Philharmonie, Berlin, Germany

K&K Philharmoniker

K&K Opernchor

Myron Yusypovych, conductor

The high-end ensemble, that up to now has triumphantly performed in 16 European countries … carried us off into the spellbinding world of opera choruses under the tight and spunky conducting of their Principal Conductor, Myron Jussipowitsch (Yusypovych): sound tableaus … alternated with heroic scenes … romantic choruses … and the, unfortunately, much too rarely performed, lyrical and oriental sounding “Polovetsian Dances”…

In the end, the bravos and standing ovations were a testimony to how much this concert warmed the audience’s heart. (translated from German)

Carlos Beltrah, Bezirksblatt (Kufstein, Austria)

Shostakovich: Violin Concerto №1 (excerpt)

Lviv Philharmonia, Lviv, Ukraine

Lida Futorska (Ukraine), violin

Lviv State Philharmonic Orchestra

Myron Yusypovych, conductor

Respighi: "I pini di Roma" part 3 ("Spheres of Harmoni" Music, Art, Light)

Lviv Opera House

Lviv State Opera House Orchestra

Myron Yusypovych, conductor

Shostakovich: Symphony #8 part 3 ("Spheres of Harmoni" Music, Art, Light)

Lviv Opera House

Lviv State Opera House Orchestra

Myron Yusypovych, conductor

Barber: Adagio from the String Quartet # 1 op. 11 ("Spheres of Harmoni" Music, Art, Light)

Lviv Opera House

Lviv State Opera House Orchestra

Myron Yusypovych, conductor

Shostakovich Symphony #14

Lviv Philharmonia, Lviv, Ukraine

"Lviv Virtuozos", Nataliya Dytiyk - soprano, Ihor Nazarov - bas

Myron Yusypovych, conductor

Shostakovich Symphony #14

Lviv Philharmonia, Lviv, Ukraine

"Lviv Virtuozos", Nataliya Dytiyk - soprano, Ihor Nazarov - bas

Myron Yusypovych, conductor

Shostakovich Symphony #14

Lviv Philharmonia, Lviv, Ukraine

"Lviv Virtuozos", Nataliya Dytiyk - soprano, Ihor Nazarov - bas

Myron Yusypovych, conductor

Beethoven: Symphony №3 in E Flat Major, «Eroica» (excerpts)

Lviv Philharmonia, Lviv, Ukraine

Lviv State Philharmonic Orchestra

Myron Yusypovych, conductor

Ponchielli: “Feste! Pane!”, Act 1 from La Gioconda (00:00 – 02:25)
Bizet: Entr’acte, Act 4 from Carmen (02:30 – 04:50)

Konzerthaus Berlin, Berlin, Germany

K&K Philharmoniker

K&K Opernchor

Myron Yusypovych, conductor and choirmaster

The festive evening began with an extremely vibrant interpretation of the Entr’acte from Bizet’s Carmen by Ukrainian conductor, Myron Jussipowitsch (Yusypovych).

Sarah Brasack, General-Anzeiger (Bonn, Germany)

Tchaikovsky: Finale from Symphony №4 (excerpt)

Lviv Philharmonia, Lviv, Ukraine

Lviv State Philharmonic Orchestra

Myron Yusypovych, conductor

Mozart: Piano Concerto in D minor (excerpt)

Lviv Philharmonia, Lviv, Ukraine

Marianna Humetska (Canada), piano

Myron Yusypovych, conductor

Verdi: Ensemble from Act 1 of Nabucco

Andrzej Szkurhan (Poland), bariton – Nabucco

Monica Minarelli (Italy), soprano – Fenena

Mathias Schulz (Germany), tenor – Ismaele

Oleksandr Hromysh (Ukraine), bass – Zaccaria

Susanne Wild-Beyer (Germany), soprano – Abigaille

K&K Philharmoniker

K&K Opernchor

Myron Yusypovych, conductor

Strauss: Adele’s aria (“The Laughing Song”) from Die Fledermaus (The Bat)

Lviv Opera House

Siphiwe McKenzie Edelman (Canada), soprano

Lviv State Opera House Orchestra

Myron Yusypovych, conductor

Verdi: Overture to La forza del destino (The Force of Destiny) (00:00 – 03:50)
Lysenko: Overture and Cossack March from Taras Bulba (04:10 – 07:50)

Friedrich von Thiersch Saal, Das Kurhaus Wiesbaden, Wiesbaden, Germany

K&K Philharmoniker

Myron Yusypovych, conductor

... concert had a rather different program from the usual, with guest conductor Myron Yusypovych selecting several works unfamiliar to our audiences, even including one by a composer, Lysenko, unknown in these parts… All in all, a very, very fine Masterpiece concert – indeed, exemplary.

Jan Narveson, UW Gazette (Kitchener-Waterloo, Canada)

Wagner: “Freudig begrüßen» (Entrance of the Guests) from Tannhäuser (00:00 – 01:38)
Wagner: Isoldes Liebestod (01:39 – 04:57)

Gewandhaus zu Leipzig

K&K Philharmoniker

K&K Opernchor

Myron Yusypovych, conductor

Strauss: Tritsch Tratsch Polka

Lviv Opera House

Lviv State Opera House Orchestra

Myron Yusypovych, conductor

… on tour playing Viennese music … conductor Myron Jussipowitsch (Yusypovych) celebrated the melodiousness of this music with ardour. These waltzes, mazurkas and polkas by Strauss senior, Strauss junior and Josef Strauss should be played exactly so, with great variations in tempi and dynamics, and most importantly with an immense love for this music.

Jürgen Feldhoff, Lübecker Nachrichten (Lübeck, Germany)

Skoryk: “Hutzul Tryptych”

Lviv Philharmonia, Lviv, Ukraine

K&K Philharmoniker

Myron Yusypovych, conductor

M.Skoryk is a contemporary composer resident in Lviv, Ukraine.

Kolodub: Carpathian Rhapsody

open-air outdoor concert in Lviv, Ukraine

Lviv Festival Orchestra

Myron Yusypovych, conductor

Lev Kolodub is a contemporary composer resident in Kyiv, Ukraine.

L-van Beethoven: Ode "An die Freude" (Symph.№9 p.4)

Lviv Philharmonie, Lviv

Lviv State Philharmonic Orchestra

Choir "Dudaryk", soloists:Olesia Bubela - soprano, Natalia Ozerska - Alt,

Roman Koren - tenor, Volodymyr Dutchak - bas

Myron Yusypovych - conductor

T.Albinoni: Adagio e-moll

Lviv, St.Peter & Paul Church

"Virtuosos" Chambre Orchestra

Myron Yusypovych - conductor

R.Wagner: "Lohengrin", Vorspiel

Lviv Philharmonie, Lviv

Lviv State Philharmonic Orchestra

Myron Yusypovych - conductor


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