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Dom Master Klass

The Cultural Center Dom Master Klass is over 25 years old. Throughout this time, we have organized thousands of concerts and exhibitions, cinema shows, and festivals.

Dom MK’s major project is the festival of performing arts Bouquet Kyiv Stage, founded in Kyiv in 2018. This multidisciplinary festival (which combines music, cinema, theater, visual arts, and literature) is international and non-commercial—admission to the festival is free. Bouquet Kyiv Stage takes place in a historic landmark—the National Sanctuary “Sophia of Kyiv.”

At the beginning of August 2022, Bouquet Kyiv Stage was held in Kyiv in the state of war. The theme of this year’s festival was “For the Sake of Life!”. The festival also expanded its geography and took place outside Ukraine for the first time—in Oxford, with a message of gratitude from Ukraine to the UK.


Dom Master Klass and Bouquet Kyiv Stage Festival have been recognized by the Kyiv City State Administration’s Department of Culture as the best cases implemented in partnership between the government and the community for 2 years in a row.

Dom Master Klass Founder Evgen Utkin has been awarded the Chevalier of the Ordre des Arts et des Lettres of France.


Bouquet Kyiv Stage Festival

2018–2022, Kyiv, National Sanctuary “Sophia of Kyiv” / Oxford, United Kingdom

Partners: “Sophia of Kyiv” National Sanctuary, Department of Culture of the Kyiv City State Administration

Bouquet Kyiv Stage is an art festival organized by the Cultural Centre Dom Master Klass. The festival is annual, international, non-profit, and social. The festival unites music, theater, literature, cinema, and visual art. Bouquet Kyiv Stage traditionally takes place in the National Sanctuary “Sophia of Kyiv”—the sacred heart of the Ukrainian capital. At the beginning of August 2022, Bouquet Kyiv Stage was held in Kyiv in the state of war. 

Music anthology Kyiv Avant-Garde of the 1960s: Borys Liatoshynskyi’s School

2018, Kyiv, in partnership with the Ministry of Culture of Ukraine

The anthology Kyiv Avant-Garde of the 1960s: Borys Liatoshynskyi’s School is a project initiated by pianist Yevhen Gromov. It took him more than 20 years to implement: he collected, copied, transcribed, performed, and then recorded the works of the Kyiv Sixtiers: Leonid Hrabovskyi, Vitalii Godziatskyi, Valentyn Sylvestrov, Yevhen Stankovych, Petro Solovkin, Sviatoslav Krutykov, and Volodymyr Zahortsev. The resulting music anthology is a set of 4 CDs containing recordings of the most important piano works by Kyiv composers—students of Borys Liatoshynskyi. 

The Music of Poetry, a festival of Valentyn Sylvestrov’s music 

2014–2018, Paris, Strasbourg, New York, Kyiv

Dom MK’s friendship with Valentyn Sylvestrov began in 2013. His desire to combine poetry and music, words and sounds was the creative search by which Valentyn Vasyliovych lived in the last few years. This prompted the creation of a large festival that expanded beyond Ukraine. It started in Kyiv in February 2014 at an art forum dedicated to the Heroes of the Heavenly Hundred—protesters killed by the police during the Euromaidan revolution. The festival was then presented in Paris and Strasbourg in March 2015, Chernivtsi in September 2015, New York in October 2015, and at the opening of the Bouquet Kyiv Stage in August 2018. Almost all of Sylvestrov’s compositions presented at the festival were world premieres.

Performers of Valentyn Sylvestrov’s works included vocalist Inna Galatenko and pianist Oleh Bezborodko, Kyiv Chamber Choir (conductor Mykola Gobdych), National Chamber Ensemble of Soloists Kyiv Camerata (conductor Valerii Matiukhin), Creative Studio ArteHatta of Myroslava Kotorovych, violinist Bohdana Pivnenko, and many others. 

Funded by the Stabilisation Fund for Culture and Education of the German Federal Foreign Office and the Goethe-Institut.

Project team: Les Vynogradov, Albert Saprykin, Mariia Tytova, Polina Horodyska, Daria Vdovina, Dmytro Babenko, Olha Sauh