Artimovich Petro


Petro Artymovych (c. 1885, Galicia - 1920, Naddniprianshchyna) was a Ukrainian choral conductor and amateur singer (bass).

He studied at the Ukrainian Academic Gymnasium in Lviv (class of Y. Vitoshynskyi), where he sang in the choir.

Conductor of the Banduryst Men's Choir in Lviv (1906-1914), and the Boyan Society Choir (1912-1914).

He performed at anniversary concerts dedicated to Taras Shevchenko and Ivan Franko.

In 1912-1913, he toured Prykarpattia and Podillia with classical Ukrainian and foreign repertoire. He held thematic concerts in Lviv: "Works of Mykola Lysenko", "Works of Kyrylo Stetsenko", "Evening of Franz Schubert", etc.

He worked at the Press Apartment of the UGA in the department of theatrical and concert performances, and was a reference of the New Lviv Theatre.

In 1920, he died in the UGA military units in the Naddniprianshchyna.

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