• VII SWS International
    Scientific Conference
    on Arts & Humanities

    “The Magic of the Renaissance”
    Extended Scientific Sessions Florence
    26-28 October, 2020

    All submitted articles will be peer reviewed, without guaranty for acceptance. The peer review process is strong, double blinded and only high-level articles, covered all the criteria, will be accepted.
    All peer reviewed and accepted articles will receive DOI and will be published in the Conference Proceedings of SWS International Scientific Conference on Arts and Humanities (hard copy), with ISSN: 2682-9940.
  • VII SWS International
    Scientific Conference
    on Arts & Humanities

    “The Magic of the Renaissance”
    Extended Scientific Sessions Florence
    26-28 October, 2020

    Cetro Congressi al Duomo, Auditorium al Duomo Firenze
    High-tech equipment, top quality services
  • VII SWS International
    Scientific Conference
    on Arts & Humanities

    “The Magic of the Renaissance”
    Extended Scientific Sessions Florence
    26-28 October, 2020

    Law and Politics, History, Philosophy, Archaeology, Museology & Heritage studies,
    Medieval & Renaissance Studies, History of Art, Performing & Visual Arts, Architecture & Design,
    Literature & Poetry, Language & Linguistics

    Special Session “MICHELANGELO BUONARROTI – THE PAINFUL RAPTURE OF ART”
  • VII SWS International
    Scientific Conference
    on Arts & Humanities

    “The Magic of the Renaissance”
    Extended Scientific Sessions Florence
    26-28 October, 2020

    Fall in love in this Renaissance city - full of history, masterpieces and sense of art...
  • SWS International
    Scientific Conferences
    on Arts & Humanities

    “The Magic of the Renaissance”
    Extended Scientific Sessions Florence
    26-28 October, 2020

    All submitted articles will be peer reviewed, without guaranty for acceptance. The peer review process is strong, double blinded and only high-level articles, covered all the criteria, will be accepted.
    All peer reviewed and accepted articles will receive DOI and will be published in the Conference Proceedings of SWS International Scientific Conference on Arts and Humanities (hard copy), with ISSN: 2682-9940.
  • VII SWS International
    Scientific Conference
    on Arts & Humanities

    “The Magic of the Renaissance”
    Extended Scientific Sessions Florence
    26-28 October, 2020

    Cetro Congressi al Duomo, Auditorium al Duomo Firenze
    High-tech equipment, top quality services
  • VII SWS International
    Scientific Conference
    on Arts & Humanities

    “The Magic of the Renaissance”
    Extended Scientific Sessions Florence
    26-28 October, 2020

    Law and Politics, History, Philosophy, Archaeology, Museology & Heritage studies,Medieval & Renaissance Studies, History of Art, Performing & Visual Arts, Architecture & Design,Literature & Poetry, Language & Linguistics

    Special Session “MICHELANGELO BUONARROTI – THE PAINFUL RAPTURE OF ART”
  • SWS International
    Scientific Conferences
    on Arts & Humanities

    “The Magic of the Renaissance”
    Extended Scientific Sessions Florence
    26-28 October, 2020

    All submitted articles will be peer reviewed, without guaranty for acceptance. The peer review process is strong, double blinded and only high-level articles, covered all the criteria, will be accepted.
    All peer reviewed and accepted articles will receive DOI and will be published in the Conference Proceedings of SWS International Scientific Conference on Arts and Humanities (hard copy), with ISSN: 2682-9940.
  • VII SWS International
    Scientific Conference
    on Arts & Humanities

    “The Magic of the Renaissance”
    Extended Scientific Sessions Florence
    26-28 October, 2020

    Law and Politics, History, Philosophy, Archaeology, Museology & Heritage studies,
    Medieval & Renaissance Studies, History of Art, Performing & Visual Arts, Architecture & Design,
    Literature & Poetry, Language & Linguistics

    Special Session “MICHELANGELO BUONARROTI – THE PAINFUL RAPTURE OF ART”
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Welcome to Florence – the live museum of the Renaissance

Art Meets Science at Centro Congressi Auditorium al Duomo- Firenze. The synergy of Arts and Humanities, presented in one unique event - Extended Scientific Sessions "The Magic of the Renaissance", part of the SWS International Scientific Conferences on Arts and Humanities. The sessions are organized from the SWS International Society of Social Sciences, Humanities and Art, with the kind support of many Universities and Academies of Sciences.

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Dear Colleagues,

Let us invite you and your colleagues – scientists and researchers to be vital part of this event. Welcome to Renaissance Florence, at hi-tech Centro Congressi Auditorium al Duomo - Firenze, in the period of 26-28 October, 2020. You could take part with article in Oral or Poster sessions, or with interesting Workshop, or as an artist and present your piece of art or talent. All the participation forms are opened for you, with one idea - to touch the amazing synergy of Arts and Humanities, to present your high-quality work, to collaborate with other researchers, to listen speeches from distinguished scientists and to share your experience.

“Some of the big challenges that we face, both societal and scientific, are just not solvable by people sitting in their single-discipline silos – bringing those disciplines together in the long term is what provides the big, big breakthroughs…” says Kedar Pandya of the Engineering and Physical Research Council (EPSRC). This is the power of the interdisciplinary - more effectively 'joining up' the contributions of different disciplines.

All the articles submissions will be peer reviewed - type double blind, and if accepted, will receive DOI and will be published in hard-copy Conference Proceedings with ISSN 2682-9940. In the post conference period, the proceedings will be sent to the biggest international citation and indexing databases for evaluation.

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    Harry up and register with Early-bird conference fees. All scientists and researchers, as well as students and PhD students are welcome to register and submit original article for presenting in oral/poster sessions or for publishing only. Dear participants, we encourage you to keep the above-mentioned deadlines for paper submissions and registration payments. This will be of extreme help of further conference organization. Thank you! Read More
  • Conference Venue

    The Centro Congressi Auditorium al Duomo - Firenze - is located in the historic Via de ‘Cerretani, a few steps from the Piazza Duomo, where you can admire the gorgeous Cattedrale di Santa Maria del Fiore.
    Once you have landed at Florence airport, the congress center is 20 minutes away by taxi or by tram, while the high-speed Santa Maria Novella train station is only 200 metres away.
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Mariia Boyko

 

Mariia Boyko (artist)

Mykola Lysenko Lviv National Music Academy, Ukraine

Fantaisie F minor op.49 (piano), F. Chopin

Mariia Boyko was born in Ukraine in 1996. In 2015 she graduated from Ternopil Music College  after S. Krushelnytska (class teacher – Nataliya Kravchuk).   In 2019 she  received a bachelor's degree in Mykola Lysenko Lviv National Music Academy (class of Associate Professor, Honored artist of Ukraine Myroslav Dragan). Now she continues her studies in Mykola Lysenko Lviv National Music Academy and will receive a master 's degree in 2021. 

Mariia Boyko is a laureate and diploma winner of all-Ukrainian and international competitions (among them - All-Ukrainian instrumental competition "ProArt" - Ukraine, 2016; All-Ukrainian competition named after O. Kryshtalsky - Ukraine, 2017; International competition "Art of the 21st century" - Ukraine, 2018).

She is a regular participant of internal competitions and festivals of Mykola Lysenko Lviv National Aademy, timed to the anniversaries of prominent composers, including Victor Kosenko and Boris Lyatoshynsky (2015), Ferenz Liszt (2016), Mykola Kolessa (2017), Johannes Brahms, Vasyl Barvinsky and Myroslav Skoryk (2018), Stanislav Lyudkevych, Viktor Kosenko and Borys Lyatoshynsky (2020).

As an accompanist she has participated in many competitions and festivals (among Wassyl Slipak Young Vocalist Competition – Ukraine, 2019). Now she works as an accompanist in Mykola Lysenko Lviv National Music Academy and in Lviv College of Culture and Arts. 


Today I finished the Fantasy - and the sky is beautiful, a sadness in my heart - but that's alright. If it were otherwise, perhaps my existence would be worth nothing to anyone. Let's hide until death has passed.

(Chopin)

 

The Fantasy in F minor was completed and published in 1841. Through its narrative it insistently draws the listener into an expansive musical tale. But can we answer the question as to what this tale is about? In the interpretations of many commentators we find the conviction that Chopin's work might be an echo of improvisations on national themes (as is indicated by some of the Fantasy's melodic strands).

So the F minor Fantasy would contain a distinctive patriotic message, leading from the elegiac tone at the beginning of the work to the triumphant accents in its closing climax.

Assessments of this work teem with superlatives: ‘one of the highest expressions of the composer’s genius’ (Ashton Johnson), ‘one of the most magnificent works in the piano literature’ (Ludwik Bronarski), a work that should be played ‘only by really great pianists’ (John F. Porte).

So, I hope you will like this masterpiece in my interpretation. Enjoy!

From philosophy, history and archaeology to music,
art, architecture, literature and poetry,
the humanities are the sense of life -
they make us human.  

 

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