That's according to Reuters, Ukrinform reports.
"We came from cities where streets are dark, but our souls are full of light. […] Our music now is buzzing with generators everywhere, but this is the music of our survival, of our life," said Oksana Taranenko, stage director at the Odesa National Opera.
Both theatres resumed staging productions after they were forced to suspend performances when Russia invaded Ukraine on February 24. The jury celebrated their "courage and resilience for continuing to perform despite the dangers and depredations unleashed by the war."
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