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M.ART Russian Culture Festival opens in Tel Aviv

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M.ART Russian Culture Festival opens in Tel Aviv


20.02.2020

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The festival of Russian culture M.ART starts on Thursday, February 20, in Tel Aviv, TASS reports. Residents of Israel will get acquainted with the most interesting theater performances from Moscow, St. Petersburg and Tbilisi. Musical and dance creative groups will also demonstrate their skills.

According to the producer of the large-scale cultural forum, Sofia Kapkova, it would be nice if the audience was able to create their own impression of what modern Russian culture was during the two-week festival program.

The festival will bring together drama theater, ballet, modern dance, cinema, opera, and music.

The Tovstonogov Theater bring to Tel Aviv the production of Drunk, the Vakhtangovsky Theater - Our Class. History in 14 Lessons, the Rezo Gabriadze Puppet Theater Autumn of My Spring and Ramona. These productions will be supplemented by composer Kirill Richter’s Chronos performance and a concert by the soloists of the Bolshoi Theater Youth Opera Program. The artistic director of the program Dmitry Vdovin said that they are coming to Israel for the first time. He is sure that the audience should see the whole genre variety of young soloists.

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