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June 25, 2022


Saturday 25 June 2022 - 20:00 a special benefit concert for Ukraine.

Civic Hall of the Town Hall
Dudok park 1
1217 JE Hilversum


A collaboration between initiator Russian-Dutch violinist Anastasia Kozlova (Festival Groeneveld), Rotary Clubs Hilversum and Municipality of Hilversum.

Hilversum - for Ukraine.

Top musicians from Ukraine, the Netherlands and Russia are on stage together for a once-in-a-lifetime charity!  All proceeds benefit Ukraine! 

Ukrainian, Dutch and Russian top musicians such as Constantine Napolov, Timora Rosler, Maria Nemtsov, Vitaly Vatulya, Eva Tebbe, Mikhail Zemtsov and Anastasia Kozlova play pieces by Rachmaninov, Shalygin, Arvo Pärt, among others.

It is also special that a number of young talented Ukrainian musicians will perform who have only very recently fled from Ukraine to the Netherlands.

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Help Ukraine and come too!

A card equals a donation.

The amount raised will be donated to diverse Ukraine goals:

Funds to support (musicians) refugees; refugees in Hilversum; elderly and sick: bread, food and medicine - humanitarian aid.

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Timor Rosler


The Israeli/Dutch cellist Timora Rosler is regarded as one of the most striking cellists of her generation. Rosler has performed as a soloist and in chamber music concerts at major venues and festivals in Europe, the United States, Canada, Argentina and Israel. 


Constantine Napolov


Konstantyn Napolov is one of the most acclaimed percussionists of the moment. As a passionate pioneer and promoter of new music, he works closely with leading composers. Internationally he is in demand for solo recitals and percussion concerts with orchestra, as artist in residence in chamber music projects and as a jury member in important competitions. He performs throughout Europe and beyond, with repertoire and instruments from all over the world and the entire history of music. The public and the press are amazed by the imagination in his playing and his virtuosity.



Maria appears at major venues around the world including Carnegie Weil Recital Hall in New York, Wigmore Hall, Kings Place, Queen Elizabeth Hall in London, Ehrbar-Saal in Vienna, National Center of Performing Arts in Beijing, Great Hall of Moscow conservatoire, and many others. She is a founder of the charitable project “Music – for peace” ( which includes concerts and master-classes for young musicians who live in today`s conflict zones. Within the project Maria went to perform to more than twenty countries including Kosovo, Israel, Georgia, Armenia, Tunisia and others.




Internationally acclaimed soloist, Vitaly Vatulya became a prize-winner of more than twenty national and international competitions, among which are “Delphic Games”, one of the most prestigious competition in Russia, First prize at the International Saxophone Competition 'Marco Fiorindo' in Italy , International Saxophone Competition in Nova Gorica (Slovenia).

Vitaly Vatulya performs as a soloist and an active ensemble player, gives concerts in Europe, Russia and abroad. He performs with the leading Russian and European orchestras, including the Moscow State Symphony Orchestra, Russian State Symphony Orchestra, St. Petersburg State Capella Symphony Orchestra, Slovenian Philharmonic Orchestra, Kosovo Philharmonic and others. Vitaly is a soloist of the St. Petersburg House of Music.

Mikhail Zemtsov


Mikhail Zemtsov is an internationally acclaimed and versatile musician, a prominent soloist, teacher, pedagogue, chamber musician and conductor. Zemtsov's solo performances include appearances with the National Symphony Orchestras of Mexico, Estonia and Lithuania; Luxembourg Philharmonic Wiener Volksoper, Hamburger Symphoniker, Rheinische Philharmonie, Stavanger Symphony (Norway), The Hague Philharmonic (Netherlands) with conductors such as Neeme Jarvi, Jaap van Zweden, Leif Segerstam, Dmitri Kitajenko.


Eve Tebbe


Harpist Eva Tebbe is a versatile and adventurous musical personality on the (inter)national chamber music stages. As a harpist, performer and instrumental vocalist, she frequently participates in theater productions.



Sensitivity and respect for authenticity characterize Anastasia Kozlova's playing. For Kozlova, the violin not only means a musical instrument, but also a tool to make classical music more accessible to everyone. In her programs, she seeks connections between music and other disciplines such as history, literature, theatre, art, sports and science. 


Katja Piteline


The Russian flautist Katja Pitelina, who has settled in the Netherlands, is a versatile musician. She plays both modern and historical instruments and has a remarkably broad repertoire, from seventeenth-century baroque music to contemporary compositions. From her collection of instruments she chooses the traverso or flute that best suits the work she performs. Katja Pitelina can be heard in concert series and festivals in the Netherlands and abroad, as a soloist, in chamber music ensembles and in (baroque) orchestras. She has played with renowned musicians such as Gustav Leonhardt, Lucy van Dael, Bob van Asperen, Siebe Henstra and Barthold Kuijken. 


Trio Berend van den Berg


The Berend van den Berg Trio was founded in 2010. It consists of the namesake on piano, Erik Robaard on double bass and Joost Kesselaar on drums.

They had previously often played together as accompanists for various singers such as Humphrey Campbell, Mathilde Santing, Soesja Citroen, Anne Chris. They also played with instrumentalists such as Ack van Roojien, Bart van Lier, Menno Daams and Barend Middelhoff. 

With the trio they play the Jazz repertoire from ±1940 by Duke Ellington , Miles Davis, Thelonious Monk H. Hancock, and songs from the American Songbook.


Anna Nebaba
17 years

Top talent from Ukraine


Veronica Morskaya
11 years


Yulianna Beziazychna 
8 years 

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