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The National Library of Belarus Opens the Spring Season of the Music Hour with a Piano Concert

The National Library of Belarus Opens the Spring Season of the Music Hour with a Piano Concert
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March 7
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15:00 – 16:00
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Mr Andrei Kiranov, a frequent visitor of the National Library, pianist and composer will hold a solo concert and perform pieces by F. List, A. Drukt, S. Prokofiev, G. Sviridov, M. Mussorgsky, V. Horowitz, as well as his own compositions in the Gallery "Labyrinth" on March 7. Mr Kiranov will tell a brief story about each performed piece. The concert is organized in cooperation with the World of Classical Music art space.

We invite everyone on Saturday, March 7, at 15:00 to the Gallery "Labyrinth" (3rd floor).

Admission is free (if you have a library card or a Social and Cultural Center ticket).

For more info: (8 017) 293 27 52.

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