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International Circus Art Festival starts in Moscow

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International Circus Art Festival starts in Moscow


05.09.2019

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The Moscow International Youth Festival and Competition in circus art opens on Thursday, September 5. It will be hosted by the Nikulin Moscow Circus on Tsvetnoy Boulevard, MOLNET.RU writes. The prestigious show will be held for the eighteenth time, representatives of fifteen countries participate in it. It takes place as part of the celebrations organized in honor of Moscow Day.

Circus artists from Switzerland, France, Ethiopia, Spain, China, Mongolia, Italy and other countries arrived in the Russian capital. The guests of the event are outstanding cultural figures, politicians, businessmen and everyone who is interested in the circus. The best performances of the planet will be shown on the circus arena on Tsvetnoy Boulevard.

The festival is held to popularize the Russian and foreign circus, its best achievements and promote a healthy lifestyle among the younger generation. Every year, the organizing committee receives many applications for participation in the competition. The organizers and participants want to demonstrate to the public that the circus is alive, and its future lies in the skill of young artists who today revive the romance of ancient art in different countries.

The festival will end on August 8th.

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