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Russian Culture festival Origins starts in Moscow

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Russian Culture festival Origins starts in Moscow


Andrey Allayarov/wikipedia.com7th Russian Culture festival Origins started in Moscow, reports Coordinating Council of Russian Compatriots Abroad. Russian Compatriots from Europe and US take part in the event.

Opening ceremony and the round table were conducted at the State Pushkin Institute of Russian language.

During the next five days hundreds of Russians will participate in numerous events.

Youth vocal competition is going to be the festival's highlight. Russian young singers from our country and beyond its borders to perform in Skryabin museum. Jury is composed out of professional musicians and previous festivals' participants.

Gala concert in coincidence with Mothers Day to be held in Balakirev Music School. Patriotic songs, romances, and popular songs will sound from stage.

Rich cultural programme is prepared for Origins' participants. One of the interesting tours is a visit Moscow Villa of Russian Santa Claus.

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