Monday, 05 June 2023 02:36 GMT

Finnish Tenor Petrus Schroderus Releases Music Video With Footage From Bucha, Irpin

(MENAFN- UkrinForm) Petrus Schroderus, a famous Finnish 'singing policeman', has released a new music video, performing the Ukrainian folk song 'Black eyebrows, brown eyes'. The main actors in this music video are Ukrainians.

This is reported by Ukrinform, referring to the Finnish tenor's manager Anna Widenius.

According to Widenius, people were filmed against the background of destructions in their cities by Finnish journalists, who are staying in Ukraine.

The main characters in the video are the faces and eyes of Ukrainians, Widenius noted. They do not say anything, they just look at the camera, in the eyes of the audience.

Widenius emphasized that the main idea of the Finnish tenor's work now and throughout the last year is to constantly remind Europeans and other people that a terrible war is underway in Ukraine.

“People cannot be allowed to forget and switch to some other, more trivial news, when this is happening. The more such people there are, the greater the chance to end this whole nightmare,” Widenius stressed.

Ukrinform also filmed a news story from Helsinki on how the Finnish tenor's music video had been done.

With the start of Russia's full-scale invasion of Ukraine, Petrus Schroderus canceled all projects related to Russia, began to give charity concerts in support of Ukraine and conducted his longest concert tour through Finnish cities in order to show support for Ukraine.

Photo: Timo Nykyri/ Yle


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