35 singers and 7 instrumentalists from the Kyiv Symphony Orchestra and Chorus will present a Christian faith-based concert tonight at 7:30 p.m. at the Historic Midwest Theater in Scottsbluff.
Pastor Craig Collins from First United Methodist Church in Scottsbluff says the group’s rich Ukrainian voices will provide a combination of sacred classics, Slavic acapella, hymns and spirituals, instrumental chamber music, stories of God’s grace, and hearty Ukrainian folk music.
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The talent and compassion of the group takes them where many others would not or could not go with the Gospel.
For the world class musicians music is both a profession and calling.
Collins says the performance is non-denominational, and everyone is welcome to come enjoy and share in this ministry that transforms lives.
A good-will offering will be accepted. No tickets necessary; doors open at 6:45 for general seating.