In Tatarstan, the republican action "Music of Victory in Parks and Squares" will be held for the third time

4 May 2018, Friday

"Music of Victory in parks and squares" will  sound on May 6 in Victory Park. The festival is supported by the Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Tatarstan, the Kazan State Conservatory named after N.G. Zhiganov, the Russian public organization "Young Guard", the Directorate of Parks and Squares of Kazan. This year the festival will be held for the third time.

From 12:00  brass bands from all over the republic - over ten collectives from Kazan, Almetyevsk, Naberezhnye Chelny, Yelabuga, Zelenodolsk, Aznakaevsky and Sarmanovsky districts will perform  on the concert stage of the Victory Park.

Among the Kazan bands that will take part in the musical marathon are the brass bands of the Secondary Special Music School at the Kazan Conservatory and the Kazan Musical College, the Jazz Orchestra "Fantasy" and the Chamber Orchestra of the Youth Theater in Bulak.

The main musical theme of the May Open Air will be music of the war years, front-line songs that helped people live and believe in the best. The concert program will also include variety and jazz compositions, orchestral classics.

In addition to the music program, the organizers planned actions with the participation of the public organizations "Young Guard" and "Volunteers of Victory". Guests of the festival will be given copies of the newspaper Pravda on May 9, 1945. On a special stand, those who wish can leave autographs - wishes to the veterans and their compatriots. For memory  photos in the park a photo zone will be organized, and to the sounds of a brass band it will be possible to dance.

"The main idea of ​​the festival is to tell the modern youth about the most important page of our history, pay tribute to the memory of the fallen soldiers and congratulate the living participants of those heroic events. This project plays an important role in  popularization of wind art in the republic, "notes the author of the project, a graduate of the Kazan Conservatory Maria Vatagina.

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