Sevastopol residents will be shown a musical and poetic performance «Echelon of Victory-Z»
On May 4 at 14:30 on the stage of the Sevastopol Center of Culture and Arts, a large-scale musical performance of the Palace of Culture of Fishermen «Echelon of Victory-Z» will be shown. This year, the project is a tribute not only to the heroes of the Great Patriotic War, but also to active defenders participating in a special military operation. The audience is waiting for a new production and songs dear to the heart of the war years.
We set as our goal to show the younger generation the feat of the united Soviet people who fought against fascism, and to tell about the people who gave us peace and Victory. Today, when Nazism is raising its head again, our valiant warriors, descendants of the generation of victors, as well as their relatives, stood up for the defense of the Motherland. With this project, we say “Thank you!” to them! and we declare with confidence that while they are at the forefront, we will take care of the preservation and education of the true moral qualities inherent in true patriots of our Fatherland— the press service of the Government of Sevastopol quotes the director of the Palace of Culture of fishermen, deputy of the Council of the Gagarin municipal district Tatiana Zenina.
You can watch the show:
- May 6 at 17:00 at the Orlinovsky Center for Culture and Leisure;
- May 10 at 12:30 in the Ternovsky center of culture and leisure;
- May 11 at 15:00 at the branch of the Nakhimov Naval School;
- May 17 at 18:00 at the Fishermen’s Palace of Culture, on the Day of awarding Sevastopol the title of «Hero City».
In addition, on May 4 at 19:00, within the framework of the XI City Festival “For the Sake of Life on Earth”, a concert of the combined orchestra of the Russian folk orchestra “Pearl of Russia” and the exemplary folk Russian orchestra “Sadko” will take place. The program includes music of the war years, poignant compositions about the heroes of bygone times performed by honored artists of Sevastopol and the Crimea.
Admission is free by invitation. They can be taken at the box office of cultural institutions.
Comments are closed.