First national music museum will be opened in Omsk
The idea to open first national music museum belongs to production house of Aleksey Galizdra which is a part of MKR-Media. Aleksey Zarev who is TV presenter and singer from rock-band Zement Band told about this new museum in his own TV-show called Young music of Siberia which is broadcasted on Prodvizhenie channel. In the nearest future the organizers will find a suitable place for the museum and after will collect exhibits however many people have already donated many exhibits like first edition of Fedor Shaliyapin records, antique gramophone and different posters and photos of first Siberian bands. But the most interesting thing is that this museum won't be just a place where you can look at relics but also it will be interactive place for young people where they can show their talents and other visitors will be able to participate in process of creating music.
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Famous foreign photographers will tell Tokyo stories to Omsk citizens
Soon there will be an exhibition in fashion house Roba which is devoted to Tokyo. Eighteen photographers will present their works each of them visited Tokyo but in different years. Visitors will find different kind of works like black-and-white and colour pictures also there will be documentary and conceptual photos. As it was already mentioned all photos were made in different years the earliest one were made in the 80's and belong to Chinese photographer Almond Chu who lives in Hong Kong right now but used to study in Tokyo and the lates photos were made in 2013-2014. The organizers of the exhibition told that it turned out to be very interesting because each photographer shows his own Tokyo and trying to tell his own story about this huge and mysterious city where two contrast sides coexist together - the one that called urbanistic heaven and the other is city hell.
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Names of three Omsk sportsmen will be immortalized in Sochi on the Alley of Olympic Champions
So the names of three Omsk sportsmen Olga Graph, Yana Romanova and paralympian Grigoriy Murygin will be on commemorative plaque in Sochi. This even is devoted to the anniversary of winter OLympic Games in Sochi. There will be a sculpture in Olympic park designed in the shape of two triangles where will be 887 commemorative plaques with the names of all countries which took part in the competition and also names of sportsmen who won medals in Olympic and Paralympic Games. Also there will be given an information what kind of medals each sportman won and in what sport. Our Omsk skater Olga Graph won two bronze medals, the skier Yana Romanova won silver medal and skier-paralympian Grigoriy Murygin came back from Sochi with five medals (one gold medal, two silver medals and two bronze medals).
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