In Baturin, a major festival was held with the participation of famous Ukrainian artists – “Baturin., Renaissance Nezalezhnost.” The audience began to gather long before the concert, and already during the show of those present there were more than 10 thousand people.
At the festival a grand celebration of the 27th anniversary of Ukraine’s independence took place. The point on the map was chosen not accidentally. After all, Baturin is a sacred place for every Ukrainian and Ukrainian state. This is the hetman capital of five Ukrainian hetmans: the famous Ivan Mazepa, the author of the first democratic constitution of Europe – Pilip Orlik, Demyan Ignatovich, Ivan Samoilovich and the last leader of the Hetmanate, Kirill Razumovsky.
Today, Baturin is really experiencing a real renaissance, thanks to indifferent patrons and the local community.
“All of us, Alexander Polozhinsky and the Tartak band, Tonya Matvienko, Ukrainian virtuosos Vasily Popadyuk and Oles Zhuravchak, the Kozak System and Katya Chilly, the Zhittya ballet and the Kyiv Camerata symphony orchestra, host Timur Miroshnichenko gathered to to make their small social mission, their contribution to the popularization of this land, these places.To have visits, that there were charitable contributions, so that people with their presence made a charitable contribution, stressing respect and understanding of the importance of restoration and “renaissance”, as We called this action, our team is an example, we decided to do something good together, “- says the singer.
“We made such a start ourselves that we had such opportunities that people would understand that the festival does not come about because there are two big sponsors, but due to the fact that someone starts to take initiative!” This region needs to glorify it.There can be ecotourism.Let’s restore our traditions and create a renaissance of our independence, “concluded Ruslana.
During her performance, the artist sang her well-known hits, and also presented four new songs from the new album. In new compositions, Ruslana combined the stylistics of Ukrainian lullabies, Carpathian vocal techniques and modern trends of rhythmic music.