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Monument to Pianist Nikolay Petrov to Appear in Moscow
26.01.2012 14:09
Monument to Pianist Nikolay Petrov to Appear in Moscow
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Nikolay Petrov Foundation and the federal state unitary enterprise Goskontsert have addressed the initiative of the monument to Moscow administration.
      The monument is supposed to be set up in Ostozhenka Street, near the house where the pianist lived.
      The outstanding Russian pianist Nikolay Petrov died on August, 3rd, 2011, aged 68.
      For the monument to be set up, the commission of experts on monumental art at Moscow City Council should first approve its project, and then the offer has to be confirmed by deputies of the Moscow duma at a plenary session, and then the Moscow government is to pass the document on installation of the monument.
Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Nikolay Petrov Monuments to People Classical Music   

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