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Bright Colours of Russian History at Folk Dance Show "Golden Ring" in Moscow
July 13, 2018 18:28

 In 2017, the National Theater of Folk Music and Song "Golden Ring" first introduced the eponymous show in Moscow. The idea of its creation was authored by the theater’s founders – the People's Artist of Russia, Nadezhda Kadysheva and the Honored Artist of Russia, Alexander Kostyuk.
Russian folk show "Golden Ring" is the symbol of dedication to the authentic traditions of multinational Russia. The viewers will be able to plunge into the history of Russia, visit various epochs and examine in detail the fragments of different cultures, scenes of people's lives, and see an array of times and eras.
Expanding the horizons and going deep into the Russian history, the musical performance enables you to appreciate the truly incredible scale and scope of Russia.
"Golden Ring" is a Soviet and Russian variety ensemble, which was founded by Nadezhda Kadysheva, a popular folk singer. The ensemble's repertoire includes folk and pseudo-folk music compositions. Like a time machine, the new concert program of the Golden Ring will take the audience on a fascinating journey across the vast lands of Russia in different eras of its existence. The show is unique for the fact that everything here is shown through the prism of folklore.

The Russian folk show "Golden Ring" displays constantly changing pictures from different regions of Russia, which are subtly intertwined in a single narrative. Here you will find both soulful lyricism of Central Russia and crystal-like ringing tunes of the Russian North, both rattling Cossack songs and dances, and lingering Siberian songs of freedom, both folk ballads and lyrical dances, as well as vibrant dynamic quadrilles and lots of other beautiful paragons of Russian folk dance and folk music.
The Golden Ring folk show is a non-mainstream Russian stage production with a bright and dynamic program. Sparkling ballet, virtuoso musicians, circus acrobats, a vocal group, magnificent scenery, live sound of primordial Russian folk music instruments, lighting technology and original video accompaniment on large screens, about 350 amazingly authentic and unique stage costumes, and outstanding performing mastery - all of this is about the Golden Ring show. With its organic synthesis of live cultural heritage and modern technologies, the folk dance show creates an utterly enchanting action.
For disabled people, pensioners, and children under the age of 14, there is a 50 percent discount. Entry at a reduced rate is possible with a document certifying the privilege.
When: during the period from 14 July to 4 October, starts at 7:30 pm and finishes at 9:30 pm.
Where: the National Theater of Folk Music and Song "Golden Ring" at the address: 17, Timiryazevskaya Street, Moscow.

Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Golden Ring Show All Events Russian Folk Dance Russian Folk Music Russian Music Instruments 

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