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Valery Gergiev Became the Richest Cultural Figure of Russia in 2016
3.06.2017 15:33
Valery Gergiev Became the Richest Cultural Figure of Russia in 2016

Valery Gergiev, the world famous conductor and the art director of the Mariinsky Theater became t Russia’s richest cultural figure, with the income of 154.5 million rubles in 2016, the documents posted on the website of the Ministry of Culture inform. In 2015, Valery Gergiev earned 130.2 million rubles.

      Oleg Tabakov, a renowned Russian actor and the art director of the Chekhov Moscow Art Theater had his income reduced to 68.8 million rubles in 2016 as compared to 2015, when he made nearly 74.5 million rubles.

      Mikhail Piotrovsky, the General Director of the State Hermitage Museum earned almost 15 million rubles in 2016.


Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Valery Gergiev Oleg Tabakov State Hermitage Museum   

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