The first channel will hold an online broadcast of the prize “Own track”

The first channel will hold an online broadcast of the prize “Own track”

The first channel continues to experiment with their content on the world wide Web and, in particular, cooperation with social network Odnoklassniki.

For the first time in the entire existence of the award “Its track” (and in this year will be no less 12 years old) will host its live broadcast on the Internet. It will happen today at 19:00 and on 21 January on the main stage of the Taganka Theater will host the awards ceremony of the Fund of Vladimir Vysotsky.

At the ceremony, according to tradition, will be performed Vysotsky’s songs performed by famous musicians, actors, figures of culture and art.

In the program of the evening: Tamara Gverdtsiteli (she will sing “I love field bed”), Dmitry Pevtsov (“fastidious Horses”), Irina Lindt (Mar’yushka), Igor Sklyar (“Bride”), “Songs of our century” (“If a friend was suddenly”, “Victim TV”), Igor mirkurbanov (“Dome”), Dmitry Kharatyan (“Ballad of the stars”), Alexey Petrukhin (“He didn’t return from battle”), Yevgeny (“predatory”), Ekaterina Guseva (“Romance of Mrs. Riddle”), Alexander Yatsko (“customs”), Alexander F. Sklyar (“Give meat to dogs”, “companion”), Zara (“Trouble”), Dmitry Dyuzhev (“I love you now”), Alexander Marshall (“Knock out planks table”), Olga Kormuhina (“I love”), Sergei Bezrukov (“Bath white”), the final song (“big carriage”).

This year the ceremony will be people’s artist of Russia Dmitry Kharatyan.

In the ceremony of awarding the prize “Own track” can be seen on the official website of the First channel and the social network “Odnoklassniki”.

Annual Award Vladimir Vysotsky’s “Own track” was established in 1997 by the Charity Fund of Vladimir Vysotsky, the Ministry of Culture of the Russian Federation and Committee for culture of Moscow city. Winners of the Award are those who do not change their beliefs, who today would want to dedicate the song Vladimir Vysotsky, the people whose life and work in tune with the themes of his poetry.