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Entertainment Programs

We organize and provide tickets to a wide range of entertainment events, such as music festivals, culinary shows, wine tasting events, etc. We design event production and entertainment programs taking into consideration all the details our clients are looking for in order to make exceptional events for our clients and their guests.




1. National Opera of Ukraine.

The Kyiv Opera group was formally established in the summer of 1867, and is the third oldest in Ukraine, after Odesa Opera and Lviv Opera. Today, the Kyiv Opera Company performs at the National Opera House of Ukraine named after Taras Shevchenko in Kyiv. Established in the summer of 1867 by Ferdinand Berger. Berger succeeded in inviting many talented singers, musicians, and conductors, and the city council (duma) had offered the newly created troupe to use the City Theatre for their performances. Now it is the main cultural institution of our country. Here are the best of the best artists in the country.



2. The National Circus of Ukraine.

The National Circus is the cradle of the circus art of Ukraine. The age-long history, the desire to create, the thirst for experiments together with the world stars of the international arena make the National Circus of Ukraine a center of leisure and exciting experiences for both children and adults. rks: “Counterstrike”, “Emergency Train”. In 2011, the National Circus had an anniversary – 135 years since the foundation of a stationary circus in Kyiv. But already today we can confidently say that the representations of the National Circus of Ukraine can be a model of quality. This was confirmed by the high rates of attendance by spectators of last programs of the National Circus of Ukraine.



3. XI "New years's strauss concert"

The New Year is coming, and along with it a wonderfully good mood. Best of all, it can only be created by the music of Strauss, or rather of the Strauss family. XI "New Year's Strauss Concert" is a celebration of music, good mood, singing, refined action, jokes.
On December 27 and 28, 2018, the XI “New Year's Strauss Concert” will be held at the National Opera of Ukraine. The concert program will include the waltz melodies “On the Magic Blue Danube”, overtures to the operetta “The Bat”, “Radetzky March”, etc., as well as little-known works - the overture to the operetta “Indigo and the Forty Thieves” , “Austrian march”, “Quadrille spirits” and others, most of which guests of the concert will be able to hear for the first time.
The author of the project is the Artist for the Peace of UNESCO, People’s Artist of Ukraine, the Ambassador of Ukrainian Culture - Herman Makarenko.
As always, there will be no unexpected surprises that the viewer will be able to see right in the hall during the concert. We all look forward to the arrival of a bright, happy New Year. Let's create a celebration for the soul together with the music of the Strauss Family!



4. The Market Square

All medieval Lviv can be seen on a small square. Every house here, every sculpture keeps its own legend, has its own secret. This open-air museum is called the Market Square.All medieval Lviv can be seen in a small square. Every house here, every sculpture keeps its own legend, has its own secret. This open-air museum is called Market Square.
Market Square in Lviv is the heart of the city, a territory that is included in the UNESCO World Heritage Site. It is from here that the history of the city of Lion begins. The square consists of the Town Hall and 44 houses, which are called Kamenitsa because they were built entirely of stone and brick. Only wealthy merchants and the rich nobility could afford the construction of a building on Market Square.
Each house on the Market Square has a unique architecture. It is interesting that not a single house in the Market Square had a numbering since each stone received its name from the owner’s name or form a part of the exterior design.
The “Black Kamyanitsya” and the “Palace of Kornyakta” are considered to be the real sights of Ukraine. Kornyakta Palace was built by Italian architects. After the restructuring of the building remained Gothic hall - a sample of the secular Gothic fifteenth century. An amazing place is an Italian courtyard, which is so reminiscent of Florence and Rome. In the eighteenth century, they put Shakespeare here and walked, drank fragrant tea and had small talk.
Market Square has always been the center of city life. Here was a large bazaar, which was attended by the Persians, British, Turks, Dutch, Russian and French.
In the center of the square is the Town Hall, where always, right up to the present day, the city authorities were located.
From the tower, Town Hall offers an extraordinary view of the city. You can go up the Town Hall from 09:00 to 21.00, and in winter from 9.00 to 18.00.
From the tower Town Hall offers an extraordinary view of the city. You can go up the Town Hall from 09:00 to 21.00, and in winter from 9.00 to 18.00.



5. Kamianets-Podilskyi Castle

It is a former Ruthenian-Lithuanian castle and a later three-part Polish fortress located in the historic city of Kamianets-Podilskyi, Ukraine, in the historic region of Podolia in the western part of the country.
Along with the Old Town neighborhood, the castle is listed as part of the National Historical-Architectural Sanctuary "Kam'ianets" and the National Environmental Park "Podilski Tovtry". The complex is a candidate UNESCO World Heritage Site, nominated in 1989 by the Ukrainian representatives, and also one of the Seven Wonders of Ukraine. Today, Kamianets-Podilskyi Castle is the most recognized landmark of the city, serving as an important regional and national tourist attraction.
During the mid-14th to mid-15th centuries, Kamianets-Podilskyi Castle was located on one of the main frontiers of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth.
Kamianets-Podilskyi Castle played an important role during the Khmelnytsky Uprising between 1648–54, when the Zaporozhian Cossacks led by Hetman Bohdan Khmelnytsky, allied themselves with the Crimean Tatars and the local Ukrainian peasantry against the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth's army and militia. During the uprising, the castle was unsuccessfully besieged by local Cossacks and insurgents led by Commander Maksym Kryvonis.
As a result of the castle's unique location on a peninsula, the castle bridge serves as the only transport link to the city's Old Town neighborhood. It is considered to represent a considerable feat of medieval engineering.



6. Vozdvizhenka district

It is located almost in the very center of Kyiv - between Upper Val, Zamkovaya Hora, Landscape Alley, and Andriyivsky Descent. In the past, this place was called the Gonchary-Kozhemyaki tract and attracted settlers with its protection by the Podolsky hills. It was mainly artisans who settled here, which gave names to the streets. According to legend, there lived the hero of many fairy tales - Nikita Kozhemyaka.
In the middle of the 19th century, new constructions of wealthy merchants began to dominate in the area, which was gradually superseded by craft shops. Here they built a new stone church of the Exaltation of the Cross of the Lord, instead of the wooden church that had burned down during a big fire on Podil. Hence the name of the area Vozdvizhenka. In 1891, Mikhail Bulgakov, who was born in one of the houses on Vozdvizhenskaya Street, was baptized in this church.
At the dawn of the 2000s, the revival of Vozdvizhenka began. The elite neighborhood with colorful houses jokingly called the "ghost town of millionaires", so housing here is quite expensive. An apartment in the area is not affordable for a simple Kyiv resident, therefore not many people live there. Vozdvizhenka enjoys great popularity for hiking and photo shoots.
Interesting Facts:
- there is an opinion that in the Gonchary-Kozhemyaki tract there was one of the earliest settlements in Kyiv, which dates from the first century of our era. As evidence, the coins found in the territory of Vozdvizhenka are coins of the Roman Empire, but archaeological excavations have not found the remains of dwellings;
- the first buildings on Vozdvizhenka appeared after 1150;
- on-site Vozdvizhenka planned to make the park-museum "Ancient Kyiv", a project which was developed from 1967 to 1986, but was never implemented;
- Bulgakov was born on Vozdvizhenka and was baptized in the Holy Cross Church;
- Vozdvizhenka is often called a dead city since very few people live there.



7. Ukrainian paintings.

St. Andrew’s Descent is a street-museum, which is one of the most popular places in Kyiv. Not a single Kyiv tour takes place without visiting this place. This street is almost the only historical value that construction companies did not have time to touch. Although already there are slowly selected. In addition to the fact that here you can see and purchase unique works of Ukrainian masters, artists, sculptors, you can visit the theater, museums and cozy cafes.
Also here is the gallery "Triptych". This is the first private gallery in Ukraine, created in 1988. The main direction of the gallery is contemporary art. The main principle of activity: professionalism in the selection of authors and works of art.
Going down further, you will see Gallery 36. Artists of the Gallery "36" work in the following areas of modern Ukrainian art: painting, drawing, sculpture, set design, monumental painting, batik, glass, metal. The entrance is free.



The most famous theater in Odesa is the National Academic Opera and Ballet Theater. It was built first
and is still the most important in the city. Odesa Theater is listed on the international list of the most interesting and unusual buildings in Europe. During its existence, he received many famous artists (F. Chaliapin), musicians (P. Tchaikovsky), dancers (Isadora Duncan) and other celebrities. You are offered a unique opportunity to visit the Odesa Theater and learn more about its history.
Many people come to Odesa just to see and visit this masterpiece of architecture, recognized as one of the most beautiful theaters in Europe!
The Odesa National Academic Theater of Opera and Ballet was being built from 1884 to 1887 by the Viennese architects Helmer and Fellner on the site of the first opera house, which burned down in 1873. The modern building of the theater is made in the style of late French baroque. It is decorated with hundreds of details and symbols, which our guide will help you to read.
However, the external decoration of the theater can not be compared with its interior decoration. This is the most luxurious style in architecture - Rococo. Inside, the theater is decorated with more than ten kilograms of pure gold, woven into the endless bends of numerous sculptural groups. The auditorium is decorated with red velvet. It has the largest crystal theater chandelier in the world. The ceiling is painted with scenes from the tragedies and comedies of Shakespeare.
You will admire this magnificence and listen to the story about the history of the theater, about the personalities who glorified him, about the influence that the theater had on the lives of ordinary 19th-century Odesa citizens.



Petrikivskaya painting - Ukrainian decorative and ornamental folk painting, which was formed in the Dnipropetrovsk region in the village Petrikovka, whence comes the name of this art form.
Some items with patterns in the style of Petrikov painting have been preserved since the 18th century. However, in the modern sense, this direction was formed at the end of the XIX century - the beginning of the XX century. The origin of the Petrikov painting is associated with the Cossacks and the settlement of the Dnieper region by people from Poltava, Slobozhanshchyna, and Podolia in the XVIII century and the first half of the XIX century. However, it is unknown where and when it developed the traditions that formed the basis of this area of painting.
On December 5, 2013, the Petrikov painting was included on the UNESCO Representative List of Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity. One of the two forms of the cultural heritage of Ukraine, which are on this list, along with the Cossack songs of the Dnipropetrovsk region. For the Petrikov painting, a floral pattern that continues the traditions of the Ukrainian Baroque is characteristic. A variety of coloristic and compositional solutions, materials and techniques used. It can be made with colored clay, vegetable dyes, aniline, oil, watercolor, acrylic paints, tempera, gouache, with the addition of egg yolk, milk, alcohol, homemade (especially from cat hair) and factory brushes, as well as fingers, pipettes, reed sticks , on a light, color or black background, often each master has his own handwriting, approach to stylization, his own interpretation of the traditional elements of painting.


Making of the Ukrainian Nation Museum

The Making of the Ukrainian Nation Museum is the first innovative museum of history in Ukraine, where the past is combined with modern technologies.

The history of our country has been continually revised and falsified, but now we have the opportunity to objectively recreate the true history of Ukraine and its role in shaping the European community, to show the vivid historical events and figures that our people can be proud of.

We have created  the state-of-the-art museum in which the glorious pages of our history come to life.  Within 1,5-2 hours you will be able to get acquainted with the centuries-old history of the Ukrainian nation. You will see 25 exhibits featuring historic scenes with absolutely realistic 3-D figures of national heroes — kings, hetmans, military leaders, scholars, artists and sportsmen.

All exhibits are based on historical research and have scientific grounding. A large team of scientists and experts collaborated with us: historians, archaeologists, ethnographers, sculptors, designers.

At the heart of the museum are historical facts aimed at awakening the national consciousness of Ukrainians, raising the nation's self-esteem, feeling of dignity and patriotism.

The Making of the Ukrainian Nation Museum is a museum of the future, a place every Ukrainian should visit.