This is a new LibGuide to help you find resources about the performing arts and cultural heritage of Ukraine.
I have been contacted by Oleg Orishchenko, Director General and Artistic Director of Kharkiv National Academic Opera and Ballet Theater, with an urgent request. Mr. Orishchenko is asking for assistance to organize tours of the company. Since the end of April, the theatre has been relocated to Slovakia, due to the fact that Kharkiv is under constant attack from the Russian invaders. Kharkiv is the second largest city in Ukraine and is situated very close to the Russian border.
Das Beethoven-Haus startet unter dem Titel „Hope for Peace" ein Nothilfeprogramm zur Unterstützung von Musikerinnen und Musikern, die durch die Krise in Osteuropa in Not geraten und auf der Flucht sind.
The International Association of Music Libraries, Archives and Documentation Centres (IAML) joins the international music and library communities in condemning the brutal and unprovoked invasion of Ukraine by its neighbouring country Russia.
I forward an appeal of the Presidium of the Ukrainian Library Association and express my deepest sympathy with our brave colleagues in Ukraine. The letter is such a strong and moving statement on the importance of libraries in times of crisis, as well as in peace. I send warm greetings from IAML to the library community in Ukraine. Our thoughts are with you!