Gazprom Transgaz Moscow launches campaign dedicated to 70th anniversary of Victory in Great Patriotic War
PR Service, Gazprom Transgaz Moscow
The first concert of the Kaluga Youth Symphony Orchestra conducted by Mikhail Simonyan took place on March 14, 2015 in the concert hall of the Tchaikovsky State Memorial Musical Museum and Reserve (Klin, Moscow Region). Gazprom Transgaz Moscow supported by the Plenipotentiary Representative of the Russian President in the Central Federal District will be organizing a series of patriotic music events in the regions of the Central Federal District to celebrate the 70th anniversary of the Victory in the Great Patriotic War. The Moscow Region Government also supported the concert in Klin.
Mikhail Simonyan and Leonid Bakhtalin, soloist of Moscow Operetta Theatre
Great Patriotic War veterans, students, regional culture and art leaders, schoolchildren visited the concert.
The musicians performed the 7th ‘Leningrad’ symphony by Dmitry Shostakovich, ‘Glorious’ by Glinka and ‘Roll-On, Time!’ by Georgy Sviridov, as well as other patriotic pieces.
Pyotr Ivanov, Deputy Head of the Moscow Region Government and Alena Sokolskaya, Head of the Klin District attended the concert. Pyotr Ivanov appraised it as a great pleasure. “They are talented young musicians. I am pleased that our Russian companies are becoming art patrons and sponsor the Russian culture development. The music is stunning, and the performance is very decent. Mikhail Simonyan is a talented violin player and an outstanding conductor. Today he is the youngest symphony orchestra leader in our country. The fact that he was able to establish and manage this orchestra is an evidence of his high potential. I am sure he will grow into a world star,” said Pyotr Ivanov.
After Klin, the Kaluga Youth Symphony Orchestra will deliver similar concerts in the Kaluga, Kursk, Lipetsk, Oryol, Ryazan, Tambov and Tula Regions.
Gazprom Transgaz Nizhny Novgorod supported the initiative of Gazprom Transgaz Moscow for organizing patriotic music concerts. Therefore, similar concerts will also take place in the Vladimir and Ivanovo Regions, as well as in Nizhny Novgorod. This massive tour will finish in Moscow, where the concert in Tchaikovsky Moscow State Conservatory is scheduled for December 2015.
Briefing for mass media: Konstantin Misyautov, Director for PR and Media Relations of Gazprom Transgaz Moscow (left), Mikhail Simonyan, artistic director of Kaluga Orchestra (center), Galina Belonovich, Director of Tchaikovsky Museum in Klin
A briefing for federal and regional media took place before the concert.
Gazprom Transgaz Moscow is a 100 per cent subsidiary of Gazprom supplying gas to the customers in 14 regions of the European part of Russia, as well as providing for natural gas transit to Europe and the FSU countries. The company operates more than 21 thousand kilometers of trunklines transporting circa 200 billion cubic meters of gas.
The company comprises 24 branches, including 17 line pipe operation centers, 23 compressor stations, 278 gas compressor units, 737 gas distribution stations and dispatch control stations, 23 CNG filling stations.
The company implemented an environmental management system in compliance with ISO 14001:2004.
The Moscow-based company employs 13,000 persons.
The Kaluga Youth Symphony Orchestra consists of young artists, the best students of art colleges and universities, including Tchaikovsky Moscow State Conservatory. Mikhail Simonyan, a world-famous violin player, is the artistic director of this orchestra.