Moscow, March 8 – The Model Orchestra of the National Guard Troops of the Russian Federation presented a new festive program for residents and guests of the capital on International Women’s Day at Kurskaya station, the department’s press service reports.
“In the foyer of the Kurskaya metro station, the orchestra and soloists performed bright, recognizable songs from films and works of Russian classics, as well as melodies of our days beloved by the audience,” the National Guard said. .
© the News Agency / Kirill Kalinnikov | go to mediabankThe girl records the performance of the military band of the Russian Guard on International Women’s Day on the territory of the “Kurskaya” station
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The girl records the performance of the military band of the Russian Guard on International Women’s Day on the territory of the “Kurskaya” station
Compositions in the style of waltzes, samba, cha-cha-cha, as well as fantasies on the themes of popular songs “How good a girl” were performed.
The employees of the Russian Guard congratulated the women in the LPR on March 8
Honored Artist of the Russian Federation, laureate of the Order of Courage Oleg Kokhta performed “Memory of March” by Evgeny Martynov. Artyom Martirosyan performed the song “Give me the music”. Soloist of the orchestra, laureate of the “Minute of Glory” project on Channel One, Maxim Tokaev performed a piece for accordion and orchestra “Carousel”, Alexander Gorbushkin performed Pyotr Tchaikovsky’s “Russian Dance” for violin.
“An unexpected concert in the metro allowed the always-hurried passengers to escape from everyday troubles and feel the atmosphere of the holiday. The listeners warmly thanked the musicians of the Russian Guard with applause,” the administration noted.
The Rosguards congratulated the teachers and doctors of Mariupol on the next March 8
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