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About Jodi
Jodi Hilton is an experienced photojournalist based in Sofia, Bulgaria. She graduated from the Missouri School of Journalism. Her photographs and articles have been published widely including in The New York Times, Washington Post, Wall Street Journal, IRIN News, Deutsche Welle and Der Spiegel. She has worked for organizations including UNDP, MSF and IRC. She has lived abroad in Turkey and Bulgaria since 2010 and has worked in many countries and regions including the Middle East, India, Pakistan, Cambodia, Nepal, Kyrgyzstan, the Caucuses, Latin America and Europe.
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When she left Ukraine, an opera singer made room for a most precious possession

13 Nov 2022  |  tpr.org
Olha Abakumova, an opera singer, and her daughter Zlata left Ukraine amidst the war, settling in a Boston suburb with Olha's sister's family. Olha's husband Ihor stayed in Ukraine due to military age restrictions. They left with few possessions, including Ukrainian sheet music, which holds significant sentimental value for Olha. The Uniting for Ukraine program facilitated their immigration. Olha found a piano and continues to practice, feeling connected to her homeland through music. She performed at a Ukrainian Independence Day event in Boston, and while she worries about her family in Ukraine, she hopes for the war's end and a reunion.

When she left Ukraine, an opera singer made room for a most precious possession

06 Nov 2022  |  kyuk.org
Olha Abakumova, an opera singer, and her husband, Ihor, a tubist, initially stayed in Ukraine during the Russian invasion, believing the war would end quickly. After Russia attacked the nearby city of Lviv, they decided to leave. Olha and her daughter Zlata relocated to a Boston suburb with the help of Olha's sister, Liliia Kachura, through the Uniting for Ukraine program. Olha brought Ukrainian arias and a traditional Vyshyvanka shirt, which hold great sentimental value. In Boston, Olha received a piano and continues to practice her music, which connects her to her Ukrainian roots. The family hopes for a reunion and an end to the war.

When she left Ukraine, an opera singer made room for a most precious possession

06 Nov 2022  |  kacu.org
Olha Abakumova, an opera singer, and her husband, Ihor, a tubist, initially stayed in Ukraine during the Russian invasion, but decided to leave after an attack near Lviv. Olha and her daughter Zlata relocated to a Boston suburb with the help of Olha's sister, Liliia Kachura, and her husband, Sasha Verbitsky. Olha brought Ukrainian sheet music, symbolizing her cultural roots. They arrived under the Uniting for Ukraine program, with Ihor staying behind. Olha found a piano and continues to practice her music in the U.S., while worrying about her family in Ukraine and hoping for the war's end.

When she left Ukraine, an opera singer made room for a most precious possession

06 Nov 2022  |  kbbi.org
Olha Abakumova, an opera singer, and her husband, Ihor, a tubist, initially stayed in Ukraine during the Russian invasion, believing the war would end quickly. After a missile attack near Lviv, they decided to leave. Olha and her daughter Zlata relocated to a Boston suburb with the help of Olha's sister, Liliia Kachura, through the Uniting for Ukraine program. Ihor remained in Ukraine due to military age restrictions. Olha brought Ukrainian sheet music, which holds great sentimental value to her, and has since found a piano to continue practicing. She performed at a Ukrainian Independence Day celebration in Boston, and while she worries about her family in Ukraine, she hopes for a reunion and the war's end.

When she left Ukraine, an opera singer made room for a most precious possession

06 Nov 2022  |  kwbu.org
Olha Abakumova, an opera singer, and her husband, Ihor, a tubist, initially stayed in Ukraine during the Russian invasion, but decided to leave after an attack on Lviv. Olha and her daughter Zlata relocated to a Boston suburb with the help of Olha's sister, Liliia Kachura, and her family. Through the Uniting for Ukraine program, Olha's move was facilitated, while Ihor remained in Ukraine due to military age restrictions. Olha brought Ukrainian sheet music, which holds great sentimental value to her, and has since found a piano to continue practicing in the U.S. She performed at a Ukrainian Independence Day celebration in Boston, and while she worries about her family in Ukraine, she hopes for a swift end to the war.

When she left Ukraine, an opera singer made room for a most precious possession

06 Nov 2022  |  whqr.org
Olha Abakumova, an opera singer, and her husband, Ihor, a tubist, initially stayed in Ukraine during the Russian invasion, believing the war would end quickly. After a missile strike near Lviv, they decided to leave. Olha and her daughter Zlata relocated to a Boston suburb with the help of Olha's sister, Liliia Kachura, through the Uniting for Ukraine program. Ihor remained in Ukraine due to military age restrictions. Olha brought with her sentimental items, including Ukrainian sheet music, which connects her to her homeland. In Boston, Olha received a piano and continues to practice her music, finding solace in singing. The family celebrated Ukrainian Independence Day and Zlata's birthday in the U.S., while Olha dreams of reuniting with her family in Ukraine.

When she left Ukraine, an opera singer made room for a most precious possession

06 Nov 2022  |  nhpr.org
Olha Abakumova, an opera singer, and her husband, Ihor, a tubist, initially stayed in Ukraine during the Russian invasion, but decided to leave after an attack on Lviv. Olha and her daughter Zlata relocated to a Boston suburb with the help of Olha's sister, Liliia Kachura, and her husband, Sasha Verbitsky, through the Uniting for Ukraine program. Olha brought Ukrainian sheet music, which holds great sentimental value to her. In the U.S., she continues to practice her singing and has performed at a Ukrainian Independence Day celebration in Boston. Her husband remains in Ukraine due to military age restrictions, and Olha hopes for an end to the war and a family reunion.

When she left Ukraine, an opera singer made room for a most precious possession

06 Nov 2022  |  ksmu.org
Olha Abakumova, an opera singer, and her husband, Ihor, a tubist, initially stayed in Ukraine during the Russian invasion, believing the war would end quickly. After a missile attack near Lviv, they decided to leave. Olha and her daughter Zlata relocated to a Boston suburb with Olha's sister's family. Olha was sponsored through the Uniting for Ukraine program, while Ihor stayed in Ukraine due to military age restrictions. Olha brought Ukrainian sheet music, symbolizing her cultural roots. In Boston, she received a piano and continues to practice her art. Olha performed at a Ukrainian Independence Day event in Boston, and while she worries about her family in Ukraine, she hopes for the war's end.

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