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18 July 2017 | 13:17
Classical music will sound in Moldovan villages
A group of Moldovan citizens from the diaspora donated two thousand euros for residents of the Moldovan villages for live concerts of classical music. It is about the "Moldo-Crescendo" project, founded by young Moldovan musicians, who intend to perform summer concerts in culture houses in several villages.
"Moldo-Crescendo" brings together young musicians who studied in Switzerland, Belgium, Romania, Italy, Great Britain, Finland, Germany and Russia, who decided this year to perform concerts in 9 settlements and the initiative is called "Bach at Culture House".

The concerts will take place from July 21 to August 6, in Ialoveni, Mereni, Ceadar-Lunga, Cimislia, Calarasi, Hancesti, Bahinesti, Rezina and Chisinau.

In 2016, Moldo- Crescendo performed  for the first time outside the capital, at Mimi Castle in Bulboaca and at Ciolac-Malski mansion in Bahmut.
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