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The Festival-Marathon of The Songs of Russia Will Be Held in the Altai Territory from 6 to 12 May 2013
21.03.2013 14:54
The Festival-Marathon of The Songs of Russia Will Be Held in the Altai Territory from 6 to 12 May 2013

The Festival-Marathon of "The Songs of Russia” was first held in 2007. Its creator and artistic director is the People's Artist of Russia Nadezhda Babkina. The Festival will be held at four venues of the region - Barnaul, Rubtsovsk, Zmeinogorsk, Biysk.


 On May 6 the regional capital will host a press conference with Nadezhda Babkina and a master class. The concerts in Rubtsovsk and Zmeinogorsk are scheduled for May 7 and 8. The gala concert in the Altai Drama Theater named after V. M. Shukshin is planned for May 9. Biysk will host the Festival on May 10. Among the participants of the festival are: the group "Russian Song" under the leadership of Nadezhda Babkina, the show-ballet "Living Planet" (Moscow), as well as amateur and professional groups of the Altai Territory - National Youth Chorus of Altai, Russian Dance Ensemble "Lights" and the Folk Song Ensemble "Vecherki" of the State Philharmonic Hall of the Altai Territory.


Author: Anna Dorozhkina

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