Reporting concerts of students of the School of Innopraktika and Russian Seasons will be shown live

Within the framework of the School of Innopraktika and Russian Seasons, this week two sessions are being completed at once: musical and choreographic. Reporting concerts of alumni will be available to viewers live on the official website of Russian Seasons on 20 and 21 July.

For three weeks, talented choreographers and dancers, composers, vocalists and conductors from dozens of countries around the world were trained by the best teachers in the country. The acquaintance with the Russian ballet school took place on the basis of the Boris Eifman Dance Academy. The students of the music session studied with the teachers of the St. Petersburg State Conservatory. N. A. Rimsky-Korsakov.

The School of Innopraktika and Russian Seasons is an international educational project that introduces young art professionals to Russia and promotes intercultural dialogue between representatives of different countries, artistic views and aesthetic traditions.

For the students of the sessions, this is a unique opportunity not only to acquire new professional skills, but also to understand Russia and its culture. This year, 43 students from different countries of the world took part in the sessions of the school.

July 20 at 20:00 Moscow time – the reporting concert of the choreographic session will be held at the Boris Eifman Academy of Dance.

On July 21, at 18:00 Moscow time, the gala concert will be broadcast on the stage of the State Academic Capella of St. Petersburg and will be the solemn conclusion of the music session. Students will be able to get acquainted with the learning outcomes of students in all courses of the School. The diverse program of the concert will present works by Russian classics, as well as numerous premieres of foreign young composers – students of the School. Performing arts will be demonstrated by students in the Academic Vocal and Conducting courses.

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