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Dedicated to the 320th anniversary of St. Petersburg

28.09 at 7:00 p.m. at the Russian House in Brussels Maestro Andrei Chevtchouk, conductor and choir director, who has worked for more than twenty years in France, Belgium, Germany and other European countries, as well as in Russia as a conductor of orchestras and choirs of theaters and festivals, artistic director of festivals and choirs, will tell you about the musical history of “the capital of the North”, its influence on the musical life of the Europe since the 18th century and links between European and Russian composers and performers.

The baritone René LAREYA, soloist of the Brussels Opera La Monnaie and Antoine Trouvé, cellist from Royal Conservatory of Brussels will participate in the conference-concert.

And of course, the public will be treated to a special surprise from the Maestro, dedicated to his native St. Petersburg…

Language: Russian/French

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