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Orchestra Show "Sting, The Beatles, Queen"
7.12.2019 15:27
Orchestra Show

Classical rock and roll hits of The Beatles, Sting, and Queen will be performed by a Russian orchestra at the Moscow House of Composer on December 15.

      It is unlikely that The Beatles could have supposed that their music would one day be played in faraway Moscow. However, their songs have long become classics worthy of philharmonic halls. So the conductor and composer Leonard Bernstein even compared the John Lennon songs with Schubert compositions.

      Russian Belcanto-Orchestra (with violin, cello, piano and percussion) will perform more than twenty legendary Beatles songs, including All you need is Love, Yesterday, Michelle, And I love her, Back in the USSR and many others. The hits of Queen and Sting, which have also become a legend for a long time will be played as well.


      Where: Moscow House of Composers at the address 8/10, bldg 2, Bryusov Lane, Moscow.  

      When: at 7 pm on December 15, 2019. 




Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Concerts in Moscow     

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