Wednesday, February 1, will start selling passes to Russian Philharmonic. About it reported in a press release received by the editors".ru".
This year, one day, will open offices in Moscow and Sverdlovsk, Belgorod, Omsk, Orenburg, Primorsk, Rostov and Ryazan Philharmonic and the Ural folk art center and two St. Petersburg sites: Saint-Petersburg Capella Concert hall Jaani Kirik.
Only concert the organization has prepared more than 200 thousand tickets. Last season the Moscow Philharmonic has set an absolute record — in the first night were sold 100 thousand annual tickets.
In every place are several subscription series. In particular, in the Sverdlovsk region, buyers can select from 48 programs, which include more than 170 separate concerts — at the moment this is the highest mark in the history of the institution.
"We have now made their system due to which a person can buy on the Internet subscription, he was immediately at home print and then have to go to the cash Desk at the entrance of the supervisors passed by bar codes", — said "the Tape.ru" the Director of the Sverdlovsk Philharmonic Alexander Kolotursky.
He noted that the first day of sales is always accompanied by an influx of buyers. The institution, in addition to the main hall in Yekaterinburg, has seven branches in the region.
In Russia, the first Philharmonic appeared in the XIX century and was dedicated mainly to symphonic music. Currently students are offered a wide range of genres, from jazz to folklore.
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