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Siberian Dance Ensemble will perform in Europe as part of Russian Seasons

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Siberian Dance Ensemble will perform in Europe as part of Russian Seasons


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The European Academic Dance Ensemble of Siberia begins its European tour, the Russian Luxembourg website reports. The ensemble from Krasnoyarsk will give almost 40 performances. Polish and French spectators will get acquainted with the skill and talent of Russian artists.

Concerts in France will be included in the program of the Russian Seasons large-scale cultural project. The tour program includes, in particular, the Cossack dance, the lyrical dance, the round dance and much more.

Russkiy Mir reported that the program of the Russian Seasons in France was opened by a tour of the Theater of Nations. Russian performers brought Uncle Vanya by Anton Chekhov to the country. In France, they asked that the project begin with the Russian classics. In 2019, Russian Seasons took place in Germany. The Korean peninsula was chosen as the venue for 2021, the Scandinavian countries – for 2022.

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