The 9th of April was the day when the ‘cardiogram’ of the Lviv Month music programme was storming. First, the audience was galvanizedinto dances by the Crimean Tatar punk rock band, and then it was dragged into night by electronic experimentalists.

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But first of all we should mention the workshops on painting artistic Easter eggs that were held in the morning on Saturday, and have attracted many children and adults. The workshops were run not only by Olga Kravchenko, but they’ve involved Ostap Lozynsky and other artists. The closer to Easter – the more enjoyments for children and adults are proposed by our programme, so join us next weekend!

And in the evening the Lviv Club continued a series of literary meetings, this time with Ivan Baidak, a young Ukrainian writer who currently lives in Wroclaw. The author presented his book, read and replied to the questions of the audience.

As already traditionally, at 8:00 pm, the music programme appeared in full force. This evening – very brightly and mighty. The Shatur-Gudur Crimean Tatar punk band (already known in Lviv) has managed to whip up the Lviv Club visitors to such degree, that the following long night of electronic experiments by the KVITNU dj's kept booming until 2 am or even longer.

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