• Anniversary Viennese ball in Moscow will be visited by the Princess Romanova

  • In Moscow Gostiny Dvor on may 20 will take place on 15-th charity Vienna ball. On this edition of "Tape.ru" the press service of the organizers of the event.

    In honor of the anniversary ball was called "Crystal", which is reflected in the decorations and the decoration of the hall. The opening ceremony will be attended by a record number of debutants — 130 pairs. The ball will visit the Princess Olga Romanov, a descendant of the Russian Royal family, a granddaughter of Grand Duke Alexander Mikhailovich and Grand Duchess Xenia Alexandrovna.

    Dance and concert dance will be accompanied by Symphony orchestra of Moscow "Russian Philharmonia" under the baton of the Austrian conductor Alfred Esve and British dance orchestra, Len Phillips Big Band and Russian jazz band "Dance-land" under the direction of Semyon Milstein.

    In the traditional gala concert will bring together stars of world Opera soloist of the Vienna State Opera Valentina Nafornita and one of the world's best tenors, Lawrence Brownlee (USA). Dancing master chief — the President of the Russian dance Union Stanislav Popov.

    The beneficiary of the charity ball will be a charity Fund "life Line".

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