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Russian Orchestra to play classical music on balalaika and gusli in Germany

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Russian Orchestra to play classical music on balalaika and gusli in Germany


22.03.2019

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Folk Instrumental Orchestra n.a. Sviridov from St. Petersburg will start tour in Drezden. Russian musicians will perform Russian and European classical and folk music on domra, balalaika, gusli and other folk instruments. The entrance is free, Berlin telegraph reports.

Folk Instrumental Orchestra n.a. Sviridov won several prestigious music awards in Russia and abroad. According to critics, the young age of musicians brings the orchestra an obvious advantage.

This tour of the St. Petersburg orchestra is going in frames of large-scale Russian Seasons  festival that is held this year in Germany. Russkiy Mir reported, that the Russian Seasons to be held in Berlin with Mariinsky Theater concert under the baton of Valery Gergiev. More than 450 events to be held in 77 cities. 
 
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