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10.5 Thousand People Gathered to Listen to Spivakovs Orchestra in Perm
13.06.2012 19:08
10.5 Thousand People Gathered to Listen to Spivakovs Orchestra in Perm

The 3rd Festival “Vladimir Spivakov Invites…” held in the framework of the White Nights Festival in Perm was crowned with an open-air gala concert at the city esplanade.

      Within four days the musicians of the National Philharmonic Orchestra of Russia played six concerts. Soloists Anna Aglatova, Juliette Galstyan, Alexey Neklyudov, and Dmitry Trifonov performed at the gala concert. 

      10.5 thousand people gathered in Perm to listen to the performance of the famous orchestra. Perm music lovers turned to be even more active than Moscow public: around 7 thousand people came to listen to Spivakov’s previous open-air concert at the art festival Cherry Wood in Moscow. 

      The festival White Nights in Perm is setting records of the festival attendance: within the ten days of the festival more than 490 thousand viewers have already visited the festival venues.

      Source: www.nta-nn.ru


      
Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Music Festivals in Russia Vladimir Spivakov White Nights Perm  

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