Lyudmyla Heath - To Dream the Impossible Dream


Lyudmyla Heath 

Dorpstraat Theater, Stellenbosch
Lyudmyla Heath
  “To dream the impossible dream”

Venue: Dorpstraat Teater, Stellenbosch
Date: 17 October
Time: 20:00
Tickets: R80pp
Bookings: Michelle or 021 889 9158
Restaurant opens @ 18:00

To dream the impossible dream

From the small town of Alexandria, in the centre of the Ukraine hails great musical talent that touches the hearts of South African audiences.  Lyudmyla Rukavitsyna-Heath has expressed her natural flair for music from the tender age of five when she played the piano and sang for family and friends.  “I inherited my love for music from my mother and my tenacious and persevering spirit from my father.”  

Her passion crossed paths with Joyful Noise Ministries in Stellenbosch in 2002 where after she joined ZAMAR in 2005, where she sings and plays the accordion with gusto.  In addition, Lyuda composes vibrant vocal and instrumental music and has performed  with an imposing list of well known South African artists.

In production To dream the impossible dream - Lyudmyla Heath (vocal), Veronica Bell (violin), Brian O’Neill (guitar & vocal) together with Theo Alkema (piano).
The program includes: “Nella Fantasia”, “Impossible dream”, “Somewhere”, “I could have danced all night”, “I’m in the mood for love” and many more. Lyuda’s own compositions and contemporary classics are guaranteed to take listeners on a breathtaking journey.


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