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Open-Air Opera Festival to be Held in Petersburg
16.03.2012 13:09
Open-Air Opera Festival to be Held in Petersburg

This summer the first international musical festival Opera for All will be held in Petersburg.
      
      The music director Fabio Mastrandzhelo and art director Victor Vysotsky have decided to implement the project in the open-air format Glinkas Life for the Tsar, Tchaikovskys Iolanta, Roman-Korsakovs Snow Maiden and other great music compositions will be seen and heard in city squares and parks.
      
      The basic part of the festival repertoire will consist of works by Russian composers of the 19th century.
      
      Source: rg.ru
Author: Vera Ivanova


Tags: Opera Russian Music Festivals in St. Petersburg   

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