Third artist commission in the series of artwork to commemorate the efforts of saving and protecting Ukrainian culture. This one is by Olga Rodzik (of Odesa) and depicts the iconic opera house in Odesa in a sea of sandbags and hedgehogs, and conveys the role of cultural workers playing a part in these efforts, where dancers have volunteered to fight for their country, and set designers are in the streets wielding anti-tank defensive structures. Commissioned by Brendan Ciecko.
The House of Organ and Chamber Music is a well-known architectural building of the early 20th century in Dnipro of the Dnipropetrovs’k region. It is a national monument of architecture and history and a place highlighting the art of organ and chamber music. The house was erected as the Briansk (St. Nicholas) church, designed in the Neoclassical style with baroque elements with five domes and a three-tiered bell tower with a clock. Worldwide famous masters of art consider it an honor to play on the organ. Each year the Cathedral has more than 300 concerts, international festivals, competitions, tours of domestic and foreign artists visit.