Celebrate the magic of Ukrainian Christmas with Ukraine House in Denmark
On Dec. 9, we look forward to hosting you for a heartwarming festive experience filled with cherished traditions. Join us for a panel discussion exploring the enchanting parallels between Ukrainian Christmas and the cozy charm of Danish Hygge, uncovering the threads that weave these festive traditions together.
Engage in a workshop on crafting didukhs, traditional Ukrainian Christmas decorations made of straw, and learn age-old techniques to create your own beautiful piece of holiday magic.
Children will light up with joy in their own festive workshop building a Christmas city, and we'll also screen the historical drama "Shchedryk," a Christmas fantasy depicting a Ukrainian family of musicians living through the Soviet and German occupations. Throughout the day, savour traditional Ukrainian dishes and join in singing Ukrainian Christmas carols.
On Dec. 16-18, experience the enchanting melodies of Ukrainian Christmas carols as the world-renowned boys’ and men’s choir “Dudaryk” from Lviv, Ukraine, embarks on a special three-day concert tour across various locations in Copenhagen.
This extraordinary visit includes performances at Eliaskirken on Dec. 16 at 19:30, Sankt Petri Kirken on Dec. 17 at 14:00, and Copenhagen City Hall on Dec. 18 at 20:00.
Dudaryk, one of Ukraine's best and most experienced choirs with a history dating back to the 18th century, will transport audiences to the heart of Ukrainian Christmas traditions. Founded in 1971 under Soviet occupation, they overcame adversity to become a shining example of Ukrainian musical excellence. Join us for an unforgettable evening of music, tradition, and unity, as we build bridges between cherished Ukrainian Christmas customs and the cozy "hygge" atmosphere that Danes cherish especially during the holiday season.
All profits from the concerts will be donated to the Armed Forces of Ukraine, supporting their efforts in safeguarding the country's fight for sovereignty and against ongoing Russian aggression.
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Russian War Crimes in Ukraine: A Plea for Justice and Accountability26.1.2024 09:00:00 CET | Pressemeddelelse
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Russian War Crimes in Ukraine: Films screening and chat with the co-founder of The Reckoning Project Nataliya Gumenyuk10.1.2024 11:28:32 CET | Presseinvitation
On behalf of The Reckoning Project, the Ukrainian NGO Public Interest Journalism Lab and the Ukrainie House in Denmark we are delighted to invite you to the screening of the selection of The Reckoning Project`s films on the Russian war crimes in Ukraine, followed by the discussion with The Reckoning Project co-founder, Ukrainian journalist Nataliya Gumenyuk and one of the survivors. When: 5 pm, January 19th, Friday Location: Ukraine House in Denmark, Strandgade 27B RSVP: firstname.lastname@example.org
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