Revutsky Academic Male Capella

Artistic director and principal conductor —  Volodymyr KURATCH, Merited Artist of Ukraine

Revutsky Academic Male Capella

Revutsky Academic Male Capella is a professional male choral ensemble based in Kyiv, Ukraine. For over 40 years the Capella is giving the performances of Ukrainian and international sacred and classical choral music a cappella as well as musical pieces with folk instruments background. The Capella stands for the spiritual, musical and cultural renaissance of Ukraine.
The sound of the Capella is soft, gentle and pure. Their shades are subtle. They have the perfect sense of style. The interpretations of pieces performed by singers are always bright and rich in imagery. The Capella has had many concerts in Bulgaria, Poland, Belgium, Germany, Holland, Spain, Portugal, France, Israel, Italy, Great Britain.

"... The concert was the most moving musical experience of my life... The 500-strong audience gave the Choir a five-minute standing ovation. "It was emotional dynamite", - said Major Tyier, who said he had been moved to tears... The quality of the performance was outstanding. The soprano was superlative and the strength of the sound, particularly from the bass section of the Choir, was almost unbelievable"..

"Wilts And Gloucestershire Standard". UK.

"... Our small town feels proud that you were able to come and sing for us in our beautiful Priory. In all the 1,330 years that the Priory stood, its walls have never heard such a unique sound as the beautiful Boyan voices; many of us were reduced to tears of pleasure. You have touched the hearts of us all, and we hope that you will one day find the time to return to the many friends you have made here. God bless you".

S.Campbell, Leominster. UK.

“Their programme of sacred a cappella chants breathed mystery, incense and the flicker of candles. Audiences were caught up in the poignant drama of a religion that had fought its way through tyranny and oppression” ...; in the second half (Ukrainian folk songs) "There is swagger, bravado, heroism, nostalgia and a sense of the limitless Ukrainian horizons one recalls from Eisenstein films." 

Westmorland Gazette