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Concert in Revelin fortress
Croatia

21.12. Saturday at 8.00 pm, Fort Revelin, Slanica


Concert co-organised with Croatian-Russian Society „Art without borders“
Chamber music concert 'Winter Fairytale'
Natalia Demyanova, soprano
Valeria Potselueva, soprano
Elvira Galioulline, violin
Helena Tomašković, piano
Damir Butigan, trumpet
Mladena Lasić, cello
A. Vivaldi, G. Puccini, G. Bizet, P. I. Čajkovski, D. Butigan
N. A. Rimski – Korsakov, S. Banevich, L. Delibes, A. Piazzolla

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