How Transcarpathian "elite" listened to the opera (PHOTOS)

8 September 2013 09:01  32245513 346252
How Transcarpathian "elite" listened to the opera (PHOTOS)

For the first time in the regional center, there was the production of the famous opera by Giuseppe Verdi "La Traviata". The cultural event was unusual because the piece was performed not, as usually, in the hall of the theater, but in the lobby of the regional state administration building, the press service of the administration reported.

 The performance of Giuseppe Verdi's opera "La Traviata" took place yesterday, September 7 at 19 o'clock. The concert in two acts was dedicated to the 200th anniversary of Giuseppe Verdi. About 240 people were invited to the social event: representatives of artistic elite, business and management structures of the region. 

The production also involved the academic chamber choir Cantus (Artistic Director - People's Artist of Ukraine Emil Sokach), modern dance studio Blitz and the Symphony orchestra (conducted by Olena Korolenko).

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ха-ха  08/09/2013 9:43 am

Багиня Высичка незаметно превратилась в коня...


хи-хи  08/09/2013 9:27 am

Да. Бушко наслаждается.


08/09/2013 9:22 am

На "Золотой горе" було бы еще лучше - премьернее и камернее - только для своих!!!! Зачем об этом так громко кричать...

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