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Yevgeny Yevtushenko Comes Up with a Rock Opera
12.10.2007 15:42
Yevgeny Yevtushenko Comes Up with a Rock Opera

First night performance of the new rock opera Idut belye snegi (White Snows) will take place on December 12 in Moscow and on December 15 in Saint Petersburg.
      The premiere is timed to mark the 75th jubilee of the famous Russian poet Yevgeny Yevtushenko. No libretto has been written specially for the opera: it is just a collection of the most well-known poems by Yevtushenko.
      The latest show technologies will be used in the opera production, with a choir and an orchestra, a rock band, variety soloists and elocutionists involved in the show. The project has been created jointly with the composer Gleb Mai.
      The rock opera is planned to be performed in forty regions of Russia, as well as in six other countries, including the USA and Italy.


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