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Today, in the Central House of the Russian Army (TsDRA) named after M.V. Frunze hosted another concert from the creative cycle “Talented Youth”, dedicated to the Day of Russia.

The goal of the project is to provide stage practice for talented boys and girls from all over Russia. Moreover, each concert is dedicated to a specific topic or event in Russian history.

The concert that took place on June 4 aimed to show the Russian cultural code that has been formed over the centuries. This code finds its expression in the cultural expression of the traditions of multinational Russia, its folklore, rituals and traditions.

The participants and guests of the concert noted that in the era of digitalization, it is extremely important not to forget about our roots and not to lose the national cultural heritage in the rapid flow of modern technologies.

The hosts of the “Talented Youth” concert were the finalist of the Open All-Russian Online Festival “Thank you for the Victory!” on the Zvezda TV channel, the Yunarmee of the Central House of Artists detachment Maria Burova, as well as the laureate and winner of the Grand Prix of international, all-Russian and city competitions in the category “Artistic word” Zakhar Anteiker.

The concert was opened with a bright performance by the combined orchestra of Russian folk instruments of the children’s art school named after I.F. Stravinsky and children’s art school named after A.A. Alyabyeva. This performance took the audience into the depths of the centuries, using the language of music it showed the way of life and traditions of our ancestors. The audience seemed to have seen what our country looked like many years ago.

The ensemble “Raduga” is studying the traditions of the Tula and Kaluga regions. This distinctive group performed the wedding songs “A dove flew out” and “A dove flew in”, which were sung during weddings in Russia in the 18th-9th centuries.

The children’s choreographic collective “Solntsesvet” showed Russian folk numbers “Fly the feather” and “Ural fentyury”. Fentity is a traditional dance of the peoples of the Urals, which has been performed for many centuries.

The presenter of the concert, Zakhar Anteiker, as always, brilliantly read the poem “Panorama of Moscow” dedicated to the capital of our Motherland.

The concert ended with the performance of the children’s pop theater “Alt”, which sang the song “You are the coolest”. The audience and all the participants in the concert sang along with the chorus.

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