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Zaryadye Hall Launches Free Open-air Broadcasts of the Concerts Held There
7.10.2018 10:06
Zaryadye Hall Launches Free Open-air Broadcasts of the Concerts Held There

“Zaryadye” Hall launches free open-air broadcasts of the concerts held there.

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      The size of the digital screen is 8 x 14 meters. The image is visible even from a floating bridge, and the sound of music will be heard in remote corners of the park.

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      “Zaryadye” Moscow Concert Hall opened on September 8 of this year. During less than a month of its operation, Valery Gergiev, Mikhail Pletnev and Vladimir Fedoseyev, the Mariinsky Theatre Symphony Orchestra, the Russian National Orchestra, the Grand Symphony Orchestra and others have performed on its stage. In 2019 it is planned to install the largest organ in Moscow and the second largest organ in the Russian Federation in the “Zaryadye” Hall. The first organ performances will be held in September of next year.

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Author: Anna Dorozhkina

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