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Concerts for Pregnant Women Will be Held in Tomsk
15.11.2011 11:50
Concerts for Pregnant Women Will be Held in Tomsk

A series of concerts for pregnant women will be held in Tomsk region. Future mothers will be able to listen to piano, flute and harp music that is very useful for baby's development. 

      The first concert has already taken place in Tomsk Philharmonic, but only 7 women decided to come. The organizers hope that the number of participants will increase.

      The dates of the next performances: December 14, February 15, April 18. The program will include the music of Mozart and Glinka, lyric poetry, etc.

      This is the first musical event, created specially for pregnant women. Various studies have demonstrated the ability of the fetus to hear sound and many scientists believe, that use of the music in the prenatal period has a positive effect on unborn babies.  

      Source: RG. Image courtesy: More4kids

Author: Natalia Semicheva

Tags: Russian tourism Russian events Tomsk region concerts in Russia  

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