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Cancer Stricken Children from Chelyabinsk to Sing in Rock Musical "Stay"
8.08.2017 20:04
Cancer Stricken Children from Chelyabinsk to Sing in Rock Musical

Russia’s first ever musical dedicated to the problems of severely ill children will be staged in Chelyabinsk.


The project will be developed by local young vocalist Anastasia Subcheva. Her project has won at the youth forum Tavrida. This is where the girl from Chelyabinsk presented her idea of ​​the rock musical "Stay" with the participation of cancer patients. According to the winner herself, this will be a story about overcoming. The musical is based on a real life story of a young man suffering from cancer.


The project has already been supported by the Youth Policy Department of the Chelyabinsk Region.


Anastasia performs in a rock band, studies at the Moscow State Culture Institute, sings in Mikhail Bublik's Choir, and annually helps in organizing the Rock-Goodness Festival.


Author: Vera Ivanova


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