SERHIY ZHADAN and FRIENDS featuring jazz pianist FIMA CHUPAKHIN this Saturday in NYC

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The Ukrainian Museum and Yara Arts Group present

featuring jazz pianist FIMA CHUPAKHIN

Saturday, April 22, 2017 at 7:30 p.m.
222 East 6th Street 
New York, NY 10003 

Admission: $25; members, seniors, students: $20
Limited seating! Order early.
Tickets online at Eventbrite

Serhiy Zhadan will read with jazz musician FIMA CHUPAKHIN on piano. Serhiy will be reading his work in Ukrainian while Yara artists will read their translations in English. Come hear Marina Celander and Sean Eden perform Zhadan poems with Julian Kytasty.

Join us to hear some of the most exciting poetry from Ukraine today!

SERHIY ZHADAN was born in Luhansk Region, today the scene of the crisis in Ukraine and now lives in Kharkiv. He is the most popular writer of the post-independence generation in Ukraine. His poetry spans the disintegration of the Soviet Union, the recent social upheavals and the war on Ukraine’s eastern border. Zhadan is the author of many poetry collections, including the recent “Templars,” and “Life of Maria,” as well as the award-winning novels “Mesopotamia” and “Voroshilovgrad.” His work has been translated into English, German, Polish, Serbian, Croatian, Lithuanian, Byelorussian, Russian and Armenian. Zhadan is also a musician, since 2007 the front man for the rock group “Dogs in Space.” He works with various multimedia projects and has collaborated with Yara Arts Group from La MaMa Experimental Theatre on “Tychyna, Zhadan and the Dogs,” “Hitting Bedrock” and “Underground Dreams.”

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