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Italy to welcome Russian Seasons in 2018

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Italy to welcome Russian Seasons in 2018


17.11.2017

Russian Ministry of Culture website
Agreement between Italy and Russia on the Russian Seasons in Italy was signed. The solemn ceremony of signing this contract has become the part of the International Cultural Forum-2017 in St. Petersburg, TASS reports.

Russian Culture Minister Vladimir Medinsky has reminded that Russian Seasons name comes from famous Sergey Dyagilev's Russian Seasons that he conducted at the beginning of 20th century in Paris.

There are many events planned, such as concert tours, art exhibitions, circus shows, et cetera. 

As Russkiy Mir reported earlier, this year Russian Seasons Festival covered 42 cities in Japan. Bolshoi Theater performances have opened the festival in June. The Moscow Philharmonic Orchestra was on a road tour around Japan this summer. Andrei Konchalovsky has presented his ultimate film Paradise. The Hermitage has brought Old Masters exhibition. Apart of those small and big inhabitants of Japan have seen famous Nikulin Moscow Circus. 

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