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When we talk about music on the occasion of International Women’s Day, we cannot fail to remember the phrase, once pronounced by the German composer Johannes Brahms

“Rather a man will give birth to a child than a woman will write good music.”

Indeed, we know much more male composers than female composers.

With Maestro Andrei Chevtchouk, symphony and choir conductor, who has been working in France, Belgium, Germany and other European countries for more than 20 years, as well as in Russia, as artistic director of opera festivals and choirs,  we will discover many interesting things about the most famous female composers, about their role in the musical world of Europe, from Greece, Italy and Germany to Russia, France and Belgium , but we will also not forget to pay tribute to other women, without whose help and support many great works by male composers would not have come into being.

Language: Russian/French

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