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Ukrainian Folk Ensemble Viterets Podillya 1966 Kozak Cossak Vintage Art Poster


Ukrainian Folk Ensemble Viterets Podillya 1966 Kozak Cossak Vintage Art Poster
Ukrainian Folk Ensemble Viterets Podillya 1966 Kozak Cossak Vintage Art Poster
Ukrainian Folk Ensemble Viterets Podillya 1966 Kozak Cossak Vintage Art Poster
Ukrainian Folk Ensemble Viterets Podillya 1966 Kozak Cossak Vintage Art Poster
Ukrainian Folk Ensemble Viterets Podillya 1966 Kozak Cossak Vintage Art Poster
Ukrainian Folk Ensemble Viterets Podillya 1966 Kozak Cossak Vintage Art Poster

Ukrainian Folk Ensemble Viterets Podillya 1966 Kozak Cossak Vintage Art Poster   Ukrainian Folk Ensemble Viterets Podillya 1966 Kozak Cossak Vintage Art Poster
Original slogan on the poster. THE WINNER OF THE COMPETITION OF THE FOLK ENSEMBLE - "VITIRETS PODILLAY" ARTISTIC DIRECTOR ANATOLIY MARHLEVSKY. IN: 23 5/8 x 35 ½ = CM: 60 x 90. The poster is glued in two parts, there are some creases, tears, folds throughout the poster but there was made pre-restorationis and the artwork looks much more better now and is in a good shape. Please Note: The poster was issued in a highly limited edition - only 3000 exemplars. In 1944, after the liberation of Vinnytsia region from fascist invaders and the resumption of the Philharmonic, the biography of its oldest group began. Oleksandr Seredyuk was invited to the position of artistic director of the Ukrainian Song and Dance Ensemble. Due to the difficult post-war situation in 1948, the band was reformed into a bandura ensemble under the leadership of Victor Jerzy. Folklorist, teacher, composer Rodion Skaletsky joined the formation of the ensemble's repertoire, writing the song "Viterets Podillya" ("Wind of Podillya") for the ensemble, which later became the name of the group.

The artistic direction of the ensemble in different years was carried out by Anatoliy Markhlevsky (now professor of Kyiv University of Culture), Volodymyr Khazanovych, Seraphim Gladetsky. For achievements in the development of music and dance in 1972 the team was awarded the Diploma of the Presidium of the Verkhovna Rada of the KBARSR, and in 1974 - the Diploma of the Presidium of the Verkhovna Rada of the USSR.

A duo of bandura players became a kind of business card of the Philharmonic of the 60's and 70's. Diplomas of the Ministry of Culture of the USSR and the Central Committee of the Young Communist League.

In 1982, it was decided to create the Song and Dance Ensemble "Podillya", the staff was expanded to include choral, orchestral and choreographic groups with their own rehearsal studios. The most difficult starting organizational and creative work fell on the shoulders of the artistic director and chief choreographer Grigory and Tatiana Novikov. In 1986 the ensemble was led by a well-known conductor (now People's Artist of Ukraine, professor, honorary citizen of Vinnytsia) Vitaliy Gazinsky. Choirmaster Eduard Zilinsky, poets Nina Hnatiuk and Mykhailo Kamenyuk, director Ivan Maslyaev, artists Iryna Popenko and Konstantin Vitavsky joined in the formation of the creative face of the ensemble. After almost ten years of work as the head of the ensemble V.

Gazinsky in 1995 he was replaced by Honored Artist of Ukraine Vasyl Tkachenko. Since 1996, the artistic director and chief choreographer of the Song and Dance Ensemble "Podillya" - Honored Artist of Ukraine Anatoly Kondyuk. Creative staff of the ensemble: chief choirmaster - Honored Artist of Ukraine Viktor Volkov, conductor Volodymyr Pirig, choreographers - Honored Artist of Ukraine Lyudmila Kondyuk, Viktor Martsenyuk, director of the production Volodymyr Cherevyk. The basis of the ensemble's repertoire is Podolsk folklore, collected and processed by collectors and researchers of folk art Nastya Prysyazhnyuk, Gnat Tantsyura, Rodion Skaletsky, Maria Rudenko, Zoya Chorna. Podillya's touring routes ran throughout Ukraine and abroad.

They were applauded by spectators in Siberia and Moscow, the Far East and Moldova, England and France, Switzerland and Poland. The team is a regular participant of creative reports of Vinnytsia region in the National Palace "Ukraine".

By the decision of the board of the Ministry of Culture and Tourism of Ukraine of December 13, 2012, the ensemble of the Song and Dance Ensemble "Podillya" of the Vinnytsia Regional Philharmonic was granted academic status. This item is in the category "Art\Art Posters".posters" and is located in this country: UA.

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  1. Size: Large
  2. Region of Origin: USSR
  3. Handmade: No
  4. Artist: LEONOV Y.
  5. Character: Nikita Khrushchev, Joseph Stalin, Vladimir Lenin, Leonid Brezhnev, Mikhail Gorbachev, Friedrich Engels, Karl Marx, Yuriy Andropov
  6. Framing: Unframed
  7. Country/Region of Manufacture: Russian Federation
  8. Featured Person/Artist: Vladimir Lenin, Joseph Stalin, Nikita Khrushchev, Leonid Brezhnev, Mikhail Gorbachev, KARL MARX, Friedrich Engels, Yuriy Andropov
  9. Custom Bundle: No
  10. Style: Vintage, Socialist Realism, Socrealism, Affichiste, Art Deco, Avant-garde, Constructivism, Realism, Russian
  11. Item Height: 35 in
  12. Item Width: 23 in
  13. Material: Paper
  14. Theme: Advertising, Agriculture, Art, History, Music, Patriotic, Politics, Social History, Working Life
  15. Personalize: No
  16. Type: Poster
  17. Title: THE FOLK ENSEMBLE - \
  18. Features: Signed, 1st Edition, Limited Edition
  19. Subject: Agitation, Advertising, Art, History, Patriotic, Social History, Motivational, Musical Bands & Groups, Musical Instruments
  20. Certificate of Authenticity (COA): No
  21. Culture: USSR
  22. Item Length: 35 in
  23. Signed: No
  24. Original/Licensed Reprint: Original
  25. Year of Production: 1966
  26. Unit of Sale: Single-Piece Work
  27. Listed By: Dealer or Reseller
  28. Date of Creation: 1960-1970
  29. Width (Inches): 23
  30. Color: Multi-Color
  31. Height (Inches): 35

Ukrainian Folk Ensemble Viterets Podillya 1966 Kozak Cossak Vintage Art Poster   Ukrainian Folk Ensemble Viterets Podillya 1966 Kozak Cossak Vintage Art Poster