Moscow theatre “Helikon-Opera” will present the Opera “the Tsar’s bride” in the Moscow suburb of Serpukhov. On Thursday, August 17, RIAMA reports citing the press-service of the adviser of the Governor of the region Narmin Shiralieva.
The event will take place on 29 August as part of the festival of the project “Russian Opera at the walls of the monastery” in the Park “Primorski”. Beginning at 18.00, the report States.
The festival takes place for the second consecutive year as part of the Governor’s program “Our Moscow” and with the blessing of Metropolitan of Krutitsy and Kolomna Yuvenaly. Opera performances are on the big stage under the open sky in living scenery. The event is social in nature — citizens receive free invitations. Performances have already been seen by more than five thousand spectators.
“Each time in the Opera performances comes more spectators, information is disseminated instantly, and wishing it turns out, except that no more than places on the square. For us it is a great joy, because it confirms the timeliness and relevance of the idea,” said Shiralieva.
Opera “the Tsar’s bride” staged by “Helikon-Opera” is famous not only in Russia but also abroad. The show visited the cities of Ningbo and Suzhou in the framework of the “Days of Russia in China”, at the festival of Russian culture in Cannes, on tour in tel Aviv, Paris, the Estonian pärnu, at the festival “al Bustan” in Lebanon.