Free Concerts Are Back at Minsk City Hall

On January 27, the Minsk City Executive Committee and the Idea Fund announced the return of a series of free jazz and classical music concerts at the Minsk City Hall, one of the most popular events of 2015.

Natalia Kutsan, Idea Fund director, says that at the moment, the organizers are actively working on making this year’s concert project more ambitious and popular. She promised to reveal in the near future the names of the musicians, who will perform at the event for the citizens and guests of Minsk.

Free jazz concerts have been performed in the Belarusian capital since 2013. The project is titled Jazz Evenings and brings together musicians from different countries, such as Belarus, Denmark, Poland, Germany, France, and the United Kingdom.

In 2015, classical music concerts were also added to the program. On July 11, the first classical music open air concert titled Classical Music at the City Hall took place near the Upper Town concert hall in Minsk. The first day of the festival was dedicated to the music of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and other great composers. The Nemiga brass quintet and the orchestra under the baton of Ivan Kostyakhin performed at the event.

The concerts received mostly positive feedback from the audience. A lot of people of different ages gathered at the City Hall to enjoy the music.

Free Concerts Are Back at Minsk City Hall


See also:

First Classical Music Open Air in Minsk