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New Year's performances organized for young compatriots in Qatar

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New Year's performances organized for young compatriots in Qatar


26.12.2019

Photo credit: Qatari compatriots official Facebook page

Young Russian compatriots living in Qatar celebrated the upcoming New Year. Festive performances in Doha were organized for them, compatriots in Qatar report on Facebook.

The audience was more than eight hundred people, consisting of both children and adults.

According to the representative of the Coordination Council of Russian Compatriots in Qatar Ekaterina Kremenskaya, three performances have already passed. The Music Box studio presented The Nutcracker performance to the audience. The creative team is led by Olga Protopopova. The production took place with the assistance of the International Music Center.

The Arabesques of Qatar ballet studio led by Margarita Bologan also pleased the kids with a winter fairy tale. The Perekrestok Teenage Club and its head Ekaterina Kremenskaya organized three interactive performances for children of different ages.

All New Year’s performances were organized with the support of the Russian Embassy.

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