On December 12, 2019, Russian Centre of Science and Culture organized a musical program of the Bolshoi theatre soloist Vladimir Mikhailovich Hertz entitled “Rhythms of Russia”, dedicated to the day of the Constitution of the Russian Federation.
Before the concert, RCSC employee briefly spoke about the main law of the state-the Constitution of the Russian Federation. Constitution Day is the memorable date of the adoption of the Constitution of the Russian Federation by referendum on December 12, 1993, after the historic collapse of the Soviet Union in 1990. However, the main idea of the Constitution is that the state should serve society and the people. It must work for the benefit and success of each of its citizens.
People's artist of Russia Vladimir Hertz, accompanied by pianist Ksenia Bavykina-a graduate of the Moscow state Conservatory, gave the guests a wonderful musical evening. Vladimir Mikhailovich is the owner of a sonorous, beautiful, rich bass, a graduate of the Moscow state Conservatory. He is convincing both in the Opera house and on the concert stage, has a great command of academic and pop repertoire, has a truly Chaliapin charm, and performs Russian folk songs.
The audience, including representatives of foreign diplomatic missions, as well as representatives of cultural intellectuals and partner organizations of RCSC and compatriots permanently residing in Nepal, loved the music program, and especially-Russian folk songs. The program ended with a cocktail reception.