Representatives of Uzbekistan surprised the Moscow public with their talent
Tashkent, Uzbekistan (UzDaily.com) - On 18 May, the “Museum Night” campaign was held across Russia. This is the only time in the year when cultural institutions operate in the evening and at night. Art galleries and museums, art spaces and theaters have prepared special programs for visitors: exhibitions, concerts, quests and master classes.
Representatives of Uzbekistan also left their mark on this action: our young compatriots Farhod Yuldashev and Sevara Ernazarov made a creative program in the Russian National Museum of Music. The event was organized with the support of the Embassy of Uzbekistan in Russia and diaspora organizations of the city of Moscow.
In particular, Farhod Yuldashev presented to the public a number of Uzbek folk and original songs in the original style with unusual arrangements that give traditional music a new sound. Sevara Ernazarova read gazelles and excerpts from the poems of the great poet Alisher Navoi.
As the audience noted, the creative program, which took place within the framework of the “Night of Museums”, allowed a deeper understanding and insight into the Uzbek culture, which was formed over the centuries and has an extraordinary, original and vibrant character.