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Viktor Tsoi Monument in St. Petersburg Entrusted to Two Sculptors
7.08.2012 21:16
Viktor Tsoi Monument in St. Petersburg Entrusted to Two Sculptors

Two sculptors at once will work on creation of a monument to the rock musician Viktor Tsoi in St. Petersburg.

      Such a decision has been taken by the city’s committee on town planning and architecture together with the musician’s father Robert Tsoy - they jointly selected two works from the projects submitted for the competition.

      Sculptors Matvei Makushkin and Alexey Nicheporuk will work on the monument together. It is reported that the major element of the future monument will be Viktor Tsoy's guitar that he most often performed at his concerts with. The monument to the rock star will be set up in Soldier Korzun Street, not far from the house where Viktor Tsoy once lived with his parents. The monument will be cast of bronze.


Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Viktor Tsoi Monuments to People Russian Music Rock Music  

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