Taras Chubay Concert

Event has passed (Sun Aug 27, 2017 - Sun Aug 27, 2017)
Ukrainian Hall
07:00 PM
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For the first time in San Francisco the legendary Ukrainian singer Taras Chubay.
The event will be held right after the Independence Day afterparty lunch.

The leader of Plach Yeremiyi band, will give only One concert in San Francisco as part of his North American tour. Don't miss an opportunity! Buy your tickets today!

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Taras Chubay (????? ?????????? ?????) is Ukrainian rock musician, poet, singer, composer, and leader of the seminal Ukrainian rock band Plach Yeremii (???? ??????). Through his poetic sensibilities and popular music, Chubay played a major role in the development of Ukrainian art.

In the summer of 1987 Chubay composed some 40 songs, many of which he still plays today, and went on a short tour. He joined the variety theater Ne Zhurys’ (?? ??????!; “don’t worry”), founded by Viktor Morozov (?????? ???????) and Yuriy Vynnychuk (???? ????????), both of whom would also become prominent figures in Ukrainian underground culture. Four years later, in 1991, Chubay formed Plach Yeremii, which quickly became a prominent band in Ukraine. With this group, Chubay composed poetry set to music and also performed poems of the new generation of Ukrainian writers.

Throughout the tumultuous ’90s, Chubay and his group retained an important place in the development of an independent Ukrainian artistic culture. Chubay has recorded three full-length albums, which feature poetic compositions as well as interpretations of Ukrainian folk songs and insurgent army (???) songs.

Taras Chubay - is not just an extraordinary figure in the modern music world, he was blessed with modesty and unnecessary uncertainty. He is one of the few who did not sell out and has preserved the kind of identity and authenticity the band Plach Yeremiyi" brings. His super hit "Vona" was a real lyrical and romantic archetype turbulent in the 1990s. Thanks to him, the same young people across the country sang a rebel song "Lenta Za Lentoyu."

Among most famous of his songs are “She” (“????”) and “When Your Lips” (“???? ?? ??? ?????…”)



  1. Ukrainian Hall 110 Brussels Street, San Francisco, CA