Musical projects in Ukraine of the XXI century as trends in contemporary art
The relevance of scientific work is determined by the need to identify and justify the syntactic-semantic connection between contemporary musical art and the socio-cultural world space. The aim of the article is a comparative analysis of tradition-innovation relation in the context of musical art in modern Ukraine on the example of leading musical projects. Achievement of the objectives was possible due to the use of a number of methods of scientific research, among which analysis, synthesis, generalization, and systematization, as well as the method of comparativism. The relevance of studying the correlative connection between traditional Ukrainian cultural space and global artistic trends, gravitating toward pluralism and multiculturalism, as well as the establishment of intercultural communication was confirmed. The novelty of the scientific article consists in the study of musical projects as objects of the sphere of art for the identification of Ukrainian tendencies. The practical value of the work is focused on providing the scientific space with qualitative information content on the topic of the formation of Ukrainian festivals and explaining their specificity. Thus, the authors have summarized a comprehensive cultural research and identified the prospects for further developments with the online measurement of audiovisual int of modern Ukraine.
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