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The Opera Virgin attends ‘The Marriage of Figaro’

Mail Guardian South Africa 15 Aug 2022
And just like that, The Opera Virgin was born ... For a moment, I indulged in fanciful thoughts of the Vienna Opera House, possibly a future attendance at the Royal Opera in London or taking my seat at the Bolshoi Theatre in Moscow, if they would just stop fighting ... The Marriage of Figaro is the ideal opera for first-time purveyors of the art form.
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Landmark Moscow Cathedral to Host ‘U.S.S.R. Hit Parade’ Concert

Moscow Times 03 Aug 2022
Moscow’s largest and most famous cathedral will bring guests back to the U.S.S.R ... 16 concert will feature songs by famous Soviet artists including Edita Pyekha, Muslim Magomayev, Eduard Khil and Joseph Kobzon performed by soloists from Moscow opera theaters ... Pro-War Symbols Meet Soviet Imagery on Moscow's Streets.
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Ukrainian Freedom Orchestra tour kicks off in Warsaw

The Telegraph India 29 Jul 2022
Creating an orchestra that would make a statement against war goes back to an initiative by New York's Metropolitan Opera and the Polish National Opera ... She has also conducted at major opera houses, including Covent Garden in London, the Bavarian State Opera in Munich and the Bolshoi Theater in Moscow.
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Italy's La Scala Will Open Winter Season With Russian Opera 'Boris Godunov'

Urdu Point 06 Jun 2022
MOSCOW/ROME (UrduPoint News / Sputnik - 06th June, 2022) Italian opera house La Scala in Milan will open its winter season on December 7 with 19-century Russian opera "Boris Godunov" by composer Modest Mussorgsky, La Scala director Dominique Meyer said on Monday.
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'Rich also cry': Russia's sanctioned oligarchs lose luxuries

Raw Story 10 May 2022
In Moscow, the independent Russian political analyst Konstantin Kalachev said Putin's "special operation" in Ukraine could last "for years" -- and even be widened to fulfill his dream of recreating the Russian empire ... "Oligarchs never bothered developing Russia's rule of law."Soap opera.
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‘Rich Also Cry’: Russia’s Sanctioned Oligarchs Lose Luxuries

Moscow Times 10 May 2022
In Moscow, the independent Russian political analyst Konstantin Kalachev said Putin's "special operation" in Ukraine could last "for years" — and even be widened to fulfil his dream of recreating the Russian empire ... Soap opera ... What is not clear is whether sanctions affect Moscow's decisions.
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The woman steering Russia’s war economy

Indian Express 09 May 2022
She has been described as personable, focused, always well-prepared, an advocate of market forces (despite her Soviet-era economics education) and a fan of history and opera ... “She’s well-trusted in the government and by the president,” said Sofya Donets, an economist at Renaissance Capital in Moscow who worked at the central bank from 2007 to 2019.
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'All art must go underground:' Ukraine scrambles to shield its cultural heritage

Democratic Underground 08 May 2022
Putin is trying to destroy the Ukranian heritage and history. Link to tweet ... Ihor Kozhan, the director of the grand gallery opposite Lviv’s opera house, explained the rush. “There is an egomaniac in Moscow who doesn’t care about killing children, let alone destroying art,” he said ... Basement bunkers are crammed with paintings ... .
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Russia’s Central Banker Dismantles What She Built | Mint

Live Mint 12 Apr 2022
Nabiullina, governor of the Russian Central Bank, is among the key players in Moscow’s efforts to prevent Western sanctions over the Ukraine invasion from causing an economic meltdown ... An opera aficionado, she is married to a fellow economist who was the longtime head of a prestigious Moscow university.
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What Russia was like in 1952 (PHOTOS)

Russia Beyond 06 Apr 2022
Early 1950s was the time of the most iconic of Soviet constructions in Moscow - the so-called Stalin’s Seven Sisters skyscrapers ... A conference of all the Churches and Religious Associations, allowed by the Soviet authorities, with Patriarch Alexy I of Moscow pictured in the center, right under Stalin’s portrait.
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Russian Opera Drops Top Soprano Over Ukraine Comments

Beijing News 01 Apr 2022
MOSCOW - A Russian opera said Thursday it had canceled a concert by Russian superstar soprano Anna Netrebko over her comments on Moscow's military operation in neighboring Ukraine ... The Novosibirsk Opera in Siberia canceled a ...
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Russian Opera Singer's Concert In Siberia Canceled After She Condemns War In Ukraine

Radio Free Europe 01 Apr 2022
Russian soprano Anna Netrebko's concert in the Siberian city of Novosibirsk has been canceled after she condemned Moscow's invasion of Ukraine ... Olga Smirnova, the principal dancer for the famed Bolshoi Theater in Moscow, left Russia for the Netherlands in protest at the war against Ukraine.
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Peter Gelb of the New York Met: ‘We’re cancelling Putin, not Pushkin’

The Guardian 01 Apr 2022
... music – the Russian invasion of Ukraine is no exception In the last week of February, Peter Gelb, general manager of the Metropolitan Opera , was in Moscow to cast his eye over the dress rehearsal of the Met’s co-production with the Bolshoi theatre of Wagner’s Lohengrin .

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