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Albion Stars contest brought together compatriots from different countries in London

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Albion Stars contest brought together compatriots from different countries in London


04.03.2020

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The results of the Stars of Albion international contest have been summed up, the Rossotrudnichestvo website reports. It was held in London for the seventh time. This festival was dedicated to the anniversary of victory in the Great Patriotic War.

The festival of talents and art is organized by the international Music Nova academy with the assistance of the Russian embassy, ​​Rossotrudnichestvo and other organizations.

Artists, musicians, singers, dancers and from among Russian compatriots living around the world and supporting the Russian language and culture fought for the victory.

 Anyone over six years old could take part in the contest. The first round was held online, about 150 finalists from two dozen countries took part in the second round. 

 The winners of international festivals, outstanding musicians performed at the concert, which opened the competition.

The festival days were filled with performances and master classes. The program included not only concerts, but also a discussion of professional issues. The jury invited well-known cultural figures from different countries.

Filipino Rhine Consibido Macalinao and Victoria Glavtseva from Bulgaria became the best vocalists.  Letizia Amodio from t Malta and Ho Juan from Taiwan became the best musicians. The Kalinka dance studio was awarded in the Dance category. The award in the Artistic Creation category went to the students of the Znanie school and Nick Ragland from the UK.

The Russian films shared the prize for the best documentary. The film entitled Diary of Remembrance was dedicated to the anniversary of the victory in the Great Patriotic War.

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