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Herman Makarenko became an expert of a music show on the "Ukraine" TV channel
Herman Makarenko became an expert of a music show on the "Ukraine" TV channel

Herman Makarenko accepted the offer to join experts of the new music show "Spivayut Vsi!".

The entertainment project is based on the British All Together Now format, which was first shown on the BBC channel. In a short time, the show has become widely known among viewers in almost two dozen countries around the world. Italy, France, Australia, Netherlands, Brazil, Denmark, Poland ... And finally - Ukraine! Our country has become the eighteenth in which this music show will be released.

The peculiarity of the project is that talented participants will be immediately assessed by 100 experts who are involved in the music field. The Ukraine TV channel brought together Natalia Mogilevskaya, Nina Matvienko, Valery Meladze, Oleg Vinnik, our maestro Herman Makarenko and many others on the set.

Artistic Director and Chief Conductor of the Kyiv Classic Orchestra, UNESCO Artist for Peace Herman Makarenko promises to be strict, but fair, because it is important for him to find talented artists who will become a part of Ukrainian culture.

"The stage is the place that requires special qualities, energy and, of course, professionalism. And you also need to be able to captivate the audience. Doing this so that each listener is fond of the artist. Why do we attend concerts? To get aesthetic pleasure, vivid emotion and I expect this from every performer! "- said Herman Makarenko.

Let us remind that according to the rules of the show "Spivayut Vsi!" the louder the chorus of "hundreds" sounds, the more chances a contestant has to reach the final and fight for victory. If the vocalists gain the same number of points (calculated from the total number of stars who joined the performance), and the jury cannot determine the best one, the last word will be for the star captain of the "hundred" - People's Artist of Ukraine Natalia Mogilevskaya. The winner of the project will receive a prize of half a million hryvnia.

"Spivayut Vsi!" premiere will be on Saturday, August 21, on the "Ukraine" TV channel.