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  • 29.11.2001

    CHRISTMAS EVENING IN RUSSIAN MANORIn the program of evening:

    I. A concert of vocal music Hibla Gerzmava

    II. The collection of contemporary jewelry art exhibition

    I. Hibla Gerzmava - (soprano). The Winner of the International Competitions. The Winner Grand Prix 10th International Competition of P. I. Tchaikovsky. The winner of the theatrical premium of the Moscow Opera Festival 2000Ă in a nomination "The Best Singer". Solo singer of K. S. Stanislavski and V. I. Nemirovich-Danchenko Theater. Hibla Gerzmava involves first of all with the crystal-clear musicality. Human charm of the singer gives gentle, fragile voice and granite it, as a jewel. The most sparkling sides appear to our internal hearing then when Hibla selflessly begins free style singing.

    Concertmaster - Ekaterina Ganelina- student of the international competitions. …opera art has surprising ability to revive for a long time left images, phenomena, life of the whole epochs and to connect to lasting values..

    II Gallery "My Collection" presents:

    The Christmas collection of Cameos. Art of a groove on firm stones is a special direction in sculpture, known in an extreme antiquity. The master modern glyptic Svyatoslav Nikitenko creates cameos basically on religious subjects, continuing ancient subject traditions on a material which earlier in Russia practically was not used and revives beautiful tradition medallion icons. A harmonious combination free plastic and easy graceful figure on a transparent stone gives to works of the author special charm and doubtless aesthetic, art, museum value. The stone miniature still is considered a magnificent gift and cameos come back to positions of high art of nowadays.

    Consultant of collection - Curator of Russian jewelry firms of museums of Moscow Kremlin.

    Adress: State Museum of A. S. Pushkin, 12/2 Prechistenka st., Moscow, telephones: (095) 201-56-74 (in the museum), (095) 136-66-84 (the gallery "My Collection"), Start time: 18.00, Price: 200 roubles, VIP seats - 900 roubles

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