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Music from Game of Thrones Comes to Novosibirsk Philharmonic Hall
26.11.2016 15:48
Music from Game of Thrones Comes to Novosibirsk Philharmonic Hall

DAGAMBA from Latvia  will perform classical music as well as melodies from famous movies in Novosibirsk. Among the latter there will be popular soundtracks from The Game of Thrones.

      Works by the great classics, such as Prokofiev, Bach, and Mozart will sound in a totally new way thanks to original interpretation and arrangement by the Latvian band.

      DAGAMBA will perform well-known melodies on the piano, violoncello, Oriental percussion, and with vocal. The audience will easily recognize compositions from the film saga Star Wars and the popular TV series The Game of Thrones.

      The concert of DAGAMBA takes place in the A. M. Katz State Concert Hall from 6 pm on December 4.

      

       




Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Sergey Prokofiev Classical Music Novosibirsk   

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