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Andrei Takindang to Premiere a Song about the First Belarusian Printer

Andrei Takindang to Premiere a Song about the First Belarusian Printer
Other events
October 5
18.00 - 19.30
gallery "Labyrinth" (3rd floor)
1,5 BYN

A musical performance by Andrei Takindang and the "Echo" band will take place on October 5, as part of the international project “Belarus and the Bible”.

Musicians will premiere a song about the first Belarusian printer, Francysk Skaryna, and also will perform other favorite songs.

The event will begin at 18.00 in the gallery "Labyrinth" (hall 345).

Before a concert, you are welcome to visit the exhibition "Belarus and the Bible" (Book Museum, hall 346).

Admission is by library card or by ticket of the library's social and cultural center (1,5 BYN). Information and tickets may be obtained at the registration desk.

NOTICE! Seating is limited.
Contact telephone: (+375 17) 293 27 82.


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