It Only Took 145 Years: First Woman Conductor At Bayreuth Festival


A native of Brody, in western Ukraine, where she grew up in a family of musicians, Oksana Lyniv, 43, has spent the better part of the last two decades in German-speaking Europe. – The New York Times

The New York Times

Tags: Art, Europe, Music, Ukraine, Brody, Bayreuth Festival, Oksana Lyniv, 07.21.21

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