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Young musicians from Saint Petersburg perform in Vietnam

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Young musicians from Saint Petersburg perform in Vietnam


Three concerts of Russian classical music to be conducted in Vietnam with participation of young winners of All-Russian music competitions, reports NhanDan website. Today they will perform in Ho Chi Minh City conservatory. 

Day of Russian language and Russia was celebrated in the frames of the Embassy of Skills project with support of Rossotrudnichestvo and St. Petersburg House of Music. It took place in Hanoi National Music Academy.  In her greeting message, the head of the Russian Center of Science and Culture in Vietnam told about importance of such music events for locals and for the young musicians.

Apart of Russian music, Ravel, Dvořák, Albéniz music was played. The second concert in the frames of the Embassy of Skills project took place in Da Nang city.  

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