Israeli singer performs prayer for Ukraine
The Israeli singer of Ukrainian origin Svetlana Bendikova performed a prayer for the defenders of Ukraine.
The poet Valentina Chaikovskaya and the composer Mikhail Bendikov, who worked on the composition of “Lullaby” together, are also originally from Ukraine.
Svetlana Bendikova performs opera arias, folk songs and popular compositions, and also teaches – the voice of her pupil Jonathan Gugilev can be heard in one of the verses of “Lullaby”.
Source: Embassy of Ukraine in Israel
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