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World Opera Festival First Time in Sochi
31.07.2016 21:35
World Opera Festival First Time in Sochi

The 1st Galina Vishnevskaya International Opera Festival will open in the concert hall Rosa Khutor in mountainous Sochi on September 22.


      The concert program will include arias and scenes from the operas, lots of which were part of the repertoire of Galina Vishnevskaya. The legendary opera singer would have turned 90 on October 25, 2016.


      The main festival participants will be soloists and the orchestra of the Opera Singing Center founded by Galina Vishnevskaya in Moscow in 2002.


      The 1st International Opera Festival will be crowned with one of the most favourite operas of the great singer on September 25. This is Pyotr Tchaikovsky's Iolanta, which Galina Vishnevskaya repeatedly starred in.



Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Galina Vishnevskaya Russian Opera Singers Russian Opera   

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