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Win Tickets To The Russian Maslenitsa Celebration Concert!

Cadogan Hall - Win Tickets To The Russian Maslenitsa Celebration Concert!

We're giving away two tickets to a delightful concert celebrating the Maslenitsa Festival during Russian Week in London.

Competition Ends: 21/02/2017

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Enjoy a stunning showcase of traditional and contemporary Russian arts through music, song and dance at this February’s Maslenitsa Celebration Concert at Cadogan Hall.

Maslenitsa is a well-loved spring festival marking the end of the winter and the concert is the culmination of a vibrant week of activities across the capital as part of the Russian Week in London. The programme will feature a wide range of dance and music from classical and folk to crossover, performed by Russian artists and groups visiting specially for the occasion and their London-based colleagues.

Win tickets to the Maslenitsa Celebration Concert on 24 February at Cadogan Hall!

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