British orchestra going to go to the Crimea tour

Британский оркестр намерен отправиться в Крым с гастролями

Symphony orchestra has announced concerts in the Crimea

Musicians report that will be performing in Sevastopol, Simferopol, Yalta, Feodosia, Kerch, Alushta, and in the Russian Krasnodar.

Symphony orchestra of Wales (UK) has scheduled a speech in annexed Crimea. This is stated on the orchestra’s website.

“After our performance at the prestigious celebration of Victory Day in Moscow in may 2017, the Symphony wind orchestra of Wales was invited again to perform in Russia from 13 to 24 August. The orchestra will travel during the main tourist season and will perform in a series of concerts in Dnepropetrovsk, Sevastopol, Simferopol, Yalta, Feodosia, Kerch, Alushta and in the famous Vorontsov Palace,” the statement reads.

It is also reported that the musicians will live in the hotel Spa More Alushta.

Musicians do not report how they intend to get to the Crimea.

The Ukrainian foreign Ministry announced earlier appeal, in which he warned of foreign citizens and individuals without citizenship from illegal trips to the annexed Crimea.

Earlier, the German musician Patrick Badmarsh from the group M. A. N. D. Y. was not allowed to Kiev for a visit to the Crimea.

As reported, the leader of the band Akvarium Boris Grebenshchikov said that would not violate the territorial integrity of Ukraine and to serve in the Crimea.

 

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