Location: Boardmore Theatre, Cape Breton University, 1250 Grand Lake Rd.

An evocative evening of Sea Winds and Immigrant Songs, with banduryst Julian Kytasty, joined by special guests, Cape Breton fiddler Colin Grant and other local musicians.

*TICKETS $12 (Students & Seniors $10). Available from Holy Ghost Ukrainian Parish; Whitney Pier Pharmasave; Pharmasave Healthpark; Pharmasave New Waterford.

Julian Kytasty has taken his music around the world, from the Inuit lands to Patagonia. This Ukrainian-American composer/conductor/singer/flute player and kobzar/banduryst began his musical career as a solo artist and bandura teacher and is now presenting the opportunity to learn with him on-campus at a music workshop and two lecture/demonstration events.

Julian has written original compositions that today are among the standard repertoire of bandurysts world-wide; he has also created and conducted avant-garde music, lectured at Yale and Harvard, among others, and has recorded music both solo and in collaboration with international artists.

February 17, 2017

Concert

Location: Boardmore Theatre, Cape Breton University, 1250 Grand Lake Rd. An evocative evening of Sea Winds and Immigrant Songs, with banduryst Julian Kytasty, joined by special guests, Cape Breton fiddler Colin Grant and other local musicians. *TICKETS $12 (Students & Seniors $10). Available from Holy Ghost Ukrainian Parish; Whitney Pier […]
February 17, 2017

Free Edmonton Book Launch

Location: St. John’s Institute, 11024-82 Avenue, Edmonton. The Kule Folklore Centre and Kule Institute for Advanced Study at University of Alberta, St. John’s Institute on Whyte Avenue, Edmonton and Holy Ghost Ukrainian Catholic Parish of Sydney, Nova Scotia are proud to sponsor the launch of the re-publication of John Huk’s […]
February 17, 2017

100th Anniversary Celebration

To: All parishioners, former parishioners, and general public From: Anniversary Committee The year was 1912. The event was a celebration. It was a time in which many people were thankful for their own lives and for their fellow human beings with whom they shared burdens, worked for goals, and grew […]