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Varna hosts Russian culture festival

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Varna hosts Russian culture festival


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Days of Russian culture start in Varna on June 18, Russkaya Bolgaria reports. The organizers are the Society of Friendship and Cooperation of the Balkan countries, the Slavic Traditions charitable foundation and the city authorities.

The festival program will include an exhibition of works by Russian artists. The opening ceremony of the exhibition will be held in the City Art Gallery. Russian folk songs and other compositions will be performed by folklore ensembles from Moscow and the Moscow region there.

Residents and guests of the city on the Black Sea coast will get acquainted with the paintings of Yuri Kozak, Oksana Baladinskaya, Valentina Tretyakova, Elena Karlova, Elena Vogulin, Nikita Pospekhov and Svetlana Orlova.

A concert is also planned with the participation of Fantasia youth dance ensemble, Rainbow of Stars children's theater of the pop song, Pesen-Grad ensemble of the Russian song and Caprice duet.

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