Federico Mondelci to play on Rustaveli Theatre stage
Famous Italian musician, saxophonist Federico Mondelci has arrived in Georgia to perform a magnificent concert together with the Tbilisi Symphonic Orchestra conducted by Nikoloz Rachveli. Famous musician will play popular compositions by Ennio Morricone, Nino Rota, Astor Piazzolla on the stage of Rustaveli Academic Drama Theatre. For the first time in Georgia, the soundtracks from four-Oscar winner film Life is Beautiful. Rustavi2 crew attended the first rehearsal of the saxophonist with the Georgian orchestra today.
The dome of Rabati Fortress in the town of Akhaltsikhe in the southwestern part of Georgia will not be changed, President Saakashvili said aftr the meeting with Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan.
Secretary General of the of the United National Movement Vano Merabishvili is expected to attend the round table dedicated to the discussion of the controversy on the restoration of Rabati Fortress - Deputy Minister of Culture has confirmed this.
Minister of Culture and Monument Protection of Georgia says the statement by the president`s administration regarding the threats of destruction of Rabati Fortress in Akhaltsikhe town of Georgia are exaggerated and politicized.
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The restoration of the Rabati Fortress proposed by the government to president a few days ago has become controversial between the majority and the minority MPs. Opposition asserts that the new government of Georgia follows the instinct of destruction, as they want to destroy everything built by the previous government of the country.
Is Rabati castle facing a threat of demolition?! - president`s press speaker Manana Manjgaladze reported the details of the letter stamped as `extra-urgent` - the document prepared by the ministries of foreign affairs and culture refer to the reconstruction of the Rabati castle in Akhaltsikhe town of Georgia.
Speaker of the parliament of Georgia Davit Usupashvili has commented on the scandalous letter sent by Georgia`s foreign minister Grigol Vashadze to the Russian authorities asking support in holding concerts and other cultural events in Moscow briefly after the August war in 2008.