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The First Channel includes information and news narrating events in Ukraine and abroad; cycle programmes on political and social-economic subjects; literary and musical programmes, programmes for children and youth

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Information-musical youth channel deals with the most urgent problems of young people in Ukraine, in particular it helps to get oriented towards choosing one's trade, informs of the most important events in the life of youth, acquaints with modern Ukrainian music.

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NRCU Symphony Orchestra

National Radio Company of Ukraine Symphony Orchestra

   Ukrainian Radio Symphony Orchestra is widely acknowledged for its artistry and well-known in Ukraine and abroad. For many decades Orchestra’s activity was a great contribution to national music culture treasury. Ukrainian Radio Symphony Orchestra was created on October 5, 1929.
The collective has produced more than 10 thousand symphony music records for the Ukrainian Radio Fund during its 85-years plethoric creative life history. A unique collection which consists of the works of the national classical music, modern Ukrainian composer’s works and masterpieces of the world classic music was created. The Orchestra was tempered in a collaboration with the prominent conductors of the 20th century: Mykola Kolessa, Nathan Rakhlin, Oleksandr  Klimov, Gennady Rozhdestvensky, Isaac Pain, Stefan Turchak, Arild Remmerit, Rikkardo Kapasso. Herman Adler, Mykhailo Kanershteyn, Petro Polyakov, Kostyantyn Simeonov.
   Since 2005 Symphony Orchestra has been led by Volodymyr Sheiko – Chief Conductor and Art Director.
Under his direction the Orchestra performed such masterpieces as: "Requiem" by G. Verdi; Symphony No. 9 by L. van Beethoven; "Stabat Mater" by G. Rossini; “The Execution of Stepan Razin” by D. Shostakovich; “St. Jonn of Damascus” by S.Taneev; "When the Fern Blooms" by Y. Stankovych; "Davidde Penitente" by W. A. Mozart, founded a series of joint projects of National Radio Company and National Television Company of Ukraine "Art Stories".
Under Vladimir Sheiko’s supervision as a conductor, the Orchestra carried out more than 240 records of world and Ukrainian music masterpieces in favor of the National Radio Fund.
   The Orchestra bases and produces records in Big Concert Studio of the Ukrainian Radio Studio Complex, which is one of the best and the largest studios in Europe. It has unique acoustic properties, 400 audience seats, equipped with modern equipment for audio recording, direct concert and interactive broadcasts.
   Orchestra’s truly successful performances take place on the main concert stages of the capital of Ukraine, such as National Philharmonic Society of Ukraine, National Palace "Ukraine" and National Opera of Ukraine.
   Participation of world-wide known opera singers and performers-instrumentalists such as Jon Lord (composer and pianist of “Deep Purple”, England), Keiko Matsui (jazz pianist, Japan), Anatoliy Kocherga (bass, Austria), Anatoliy Solovyanenko (tenor, Ukraine), Zurab Sotkilava (tenor, Russia), Tatiana Grindenko (violin, Russia), Victoria Mullova (violin, Austria), Liana Isakadze (violin, Russia), Alexander Knyazev (cello, Russia), Vladimir Krainev (piano, Germany)became a real concert decoration.
   The Orchestra toured in 11 countries across Asia and Europe - in South Korea, Iran, Algeria, Spain, Italy, Portugal, Netherlands, Luxembourg, Belgium, Poland and Belarus during the last six years. Orchestra’s performances caused huge public interest in the most prestigious concert halls of these countries: Concertgebouw (Amsterdam); De Doelen (Rotterdam); Koningin Elisabethzaal (Antwerp); Philharmonie Luxembourg (Luxembourg);  Filharmonia Narodova (Warsaw); Auditorio Nacional de Musica and Teatro Monumental (Madrid); Gran Teatre del Liceu, Palau de la Musica Catalana (Barcelona); Auditorio de Zaragoza (Zaragoza);  Kursaal (San Sebastian); Coliseu do Porto, Casa da Musica (Porto); Coliseu dos Recreios (Lisbon); Teatro Romano di Ascoli Piceno (Ascoli Piceno); City Hall (Seoul); Algerian Teatro National and Palace “Moufdi Zakaria” (Algeria); Palace of Congresses (Tehran); Slavyanskiy Bazar Arena (Vitebsk).