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Moscow Synodal Choir to perform in Serbia

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Moscow Synodal Choir to perform in Serbia


25.10.2021

Photo credit: the courtesy of the press service of the Moscow Synodal Choir

The Moscow Synodal Choir starts its tour in Serbia on October 26. Their performances will be included in the program of the Days of Russian Spiritual Culture.

The choir will visit three Serbian cities of the country. The tour starts in Nis and continur to the ancient city of Pirot. The conductor's stand will be taken by Mikhail Kotelnikov.
The final concert of the tour will take place at the St. Sava Church in Belgrade. The audience will gather in one of the largest Orthodox cathedrals in the world on October 28.
 
The Moscow Synodal Choir celebrates its anniversary in 2021. It was founded 300 years ago by the decree of Peter I.

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