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Mogilev city chapel to give a concert timed to World Music Day

Mogilev city chapel will give a concert timed to The World Music Day; partaking in the concert is Belarus People's Artist, Professor Igor Olovnikov. The programme includes both serious classical and comic works.

The event starts with a c-moll concert for two claviers with an orchestra written by Johann Sebastian Bach. Then will follow: "Teenager's Dream" by Kathy Perry, "I saw a dream" from the musical by Claude-Michel Schönberg based on Les Misérables (Victor Hugo), and many more.

The suite "Animals' Carnival" will finalize the concert. The soloists are Igor Olovnikov and Elena Kasatkina.

The concert is held at the Mogilev Regional Arts Museum named after P.V. Maslennikov. It starts at 6.30 p.m.

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