All the necessary social security measures are taken by music lovers in anticipation of "Traviata". After almost half a year of complete silence, the National Philharmonic Orchestra and the "Yerevan perspectives" international music festival announce the opening of the music concert season with a concert "Traviata".
The Parliament park has been turned into a beautiful open-air concert hall. Due to social security requirements, seats are limited and tickets were sold out a few days before the concert.
The large-scale music project is charitable. All proceeds from the concert will be donated to the restoration of cultural centers affected by the blast in Beirut. The Deputy Minister of Culture emphasizes that this is not only financial but also spiritual support to the disaster-stricken Beirut.
The sounds of Verdi's heartfelt love story spread from the yard of the National Assembly to different parts of the capital, announcing that after a long period of forced idleness, the cultural life in Yerevan is gradually returning to normal.
By Nune Aleksanyan