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Klingen Choir and Cultural Association is so proud for our victory – taking the 1st Place at the International Music Online Contest Victory Songs 75. Thanks to all our choristers and especially to our artistic director and conductor Sipan Olah
Russian Culture House and Klingen Choir and Cultural Association
Present an Online Concert.
Well-known London based tenor Sipan Olah sings Victory Day songs with his ensemble.
The online concert is dedicated to the 75th anniversary of the end of World War II
About this Event
For the first time Armenian Klingen Choir and Cultural Association, Russian Culture House and Bulgarian Cultural Institute have gathered for a special event in London. Musicians and artists of 3 nationalities are going to celebrate culture, music, language and traditions with the audience.
The event is also dedicated to the international women’s day (8 March) and the works of female artists are going to be exhibited during the event.
Well known performers tenor Sipan Olah, soprano Andriana Yordanova and piano Evgenia Terentieva will sing Armenian, Russian and Bulgarian opera arias, songs and romances and play piano pieces by composers M.Glinka, P.Tchaikovsky, S.Rachmaninoff, V.Soloviov-Sedoi, Al.Spendiaryan, A.Tigranyan, Komitas, G.Chtchyan, Al.Harutiunian, A.Khachaturian, P.Hadjiev, I.Khrushchev, D.Hristov.
The picture exhibition will start on Monday the 2nd of March and will continue till Sunday the 15th of March. It was decided to give distinguished artists Leonie Piladjian, Silviya Georgieva – Sellvida and Natalia Arendt a special opportunity to use this platform to present their unique works of art, representing the culture of three different countries.
The event will be followed by a reception.
Musical and Artistic Director of the event Sipan Olah.
To by a ticket visit: concert-exhibition.eventbrite.co.uk
Address: Russian Culture House, 37 Kensington High Street, London, W8 5ED
Newsletter 04 January 2020:
Newsletter 04 December 2019:
London-based Armenian Klingen Choir and Cultural Association (KCCA) presented a concert-exhibition dedicated to the 150th anniversary of great Armenian composer Komitas which took place at the St Cuthbert’s church, 50 Philbeach Gardens, Earls Court, Kensington, London at 19:00 Saturday, 9 November 2019.
Newsletter 18 April 2019: