Kuban Cossack Choir. Christmas Concert: (on february 12, Sunday) in THE STATE KREMLIN PALACE. Purchase of tickets. & #9742; +7(495) 620-78-46.
On January 12, at the State Kremlin Palace, the Kuban Cossack Choir will for the first time present their Christmas programme, in which the best folk songs, ancient rites, Christmas carols (kolyadkas and shchedrivkas), Cossack festivities will sparkle with bright festive lights.
Every year at this time, the Kuban Cossack Choir performs a series of Christmas concerts in cities and regions of Krasnodar Krai, as well as in other regions of Russia. This season, for the first time, residents and guests of Moscow will have a unique opportunity to see their festive programme at the State Kremlin Palace.
The concert will feature an enchanting musical and theatrical performance with playful and perky carols, the Christmastide rite of “driving the goat” as well as Cossack festivities, which represent the whole palette and multifaceted power of folk culture. The audience will also take part in what is happening on the stage, this will add to their mood and allow them to immerse themselves fully in the magic of the Christmas holiday. Even well-known carols will sound here in a new way, brighter and fresher, revealing the depth of its content, leaving an unforgettable impression. In the performance of well-known artists, you will hear popular Christmas songs “In Jerusalem Bells Started Early”, “Sleep, Jesus, Sleep”, glorifying the brightest holiday of Christmas.
The premieres of Cossack folk songs recorded by the artistic director and chief conductor of the Kuban Cossack Choir Viktor Zakharchenko in the villages of Krasnodar Krai, as well as dance compositions and the audience’s favourite ballet numbers from the “Golden Fund” of the Kuban Cossack Choir will become the real New Year presents for the audience of the Christmas concert. Live singing and virtuoso playing showing rare talents and unsurpassed skill of more than a hundred artists, authentic costumes and specially recreated traditional scenery will raise the degree of emotions of everyone from the audience in the hall. Everything that happens on the stage excites the mind and chills to the point of trembling, making the audience’s eyes wet or causing unrestrained laughter.
The audience responds with a single chorus of many thousands to the greeting of the artists: “Happy New Year, Merry Christmas!”
We are looking forward to seeing you at our concert next year!