14 August 2014

In his guidebook Festival Europe 2014 its author Frank Kuznik has chosen 60 of the best world music festivals of this year to follow the music for an experience you’ll never forget. From medieval chapels in Provence to epic amphitheaters on the Mediterranean coast, summer festivals offer an exciting opportunity to hear the world’s greatest musicians performing in breathtaking settings. Musical Olympus Festival was glad to become one of these events.

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11 July 2014

Organized the 6th year in a row, German-Russian Young Leaders Conference aims to create and develop a unique platform for  successful dialogue between the future elite of the two states to overcome geographical, age, information, political and other barriers via dialogue and cooperation of young leaders.

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24 June 2014

Video from the XIX International Musical Olympus Festival is available on Youtube channel: here.

04 June 2014

Bass-baritone Ao Li (China), participant of the closing concert of the Musical Olympus festival on June 1, has won the hearts of the audience with his artistry and magnificent voice, and became the winner of the Audience Award. He will receive the silver Easter egg handcrafted by the famous jeweler Vladimir Mikhailov, and will have the opportunity to perform at the festival concerts in Switzerland, Germany, and the US.

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03 June 2014

On June, 1 the concert at the Grand hall of the Shostakovich St Petersburg Academic Philharmonia concluded the XIX International Musical Olympus Festival.

Five thousand people attended this unique for St Petersburg musical festival. On May, 22 - June, 1 the audience got acquainted with the best young musicians in the world. This year, Musical Olympus gathered 35 performers from 18 countries.

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02 June 2014

On June, 1 the Grand Hall of the Shostakovich St Petersburg Academic Philharmonia hosted the final concert of the International Musical Olympus Festival. Yao-Yu Wu from Taiwan, winner of the International Competition for Young Conductors in Besancon, appeared at the conductor’s podium. The St. Petersburg Academic Symphony Orchestra of St Petersburg Philarmonia under his baton performed overture to the operetta ‘Die Fledermaus‘ (The Bat)  by J. Strauss. 

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