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.
Preparations for the anniversary of Catholicos Patriarch of All Georgia His Holiness and Beatitude Ilia II have started. The organization group for the event planned for the 80th anniversary of the birth and the 35th anniversary of the enthronement of the Georgian patriarch held a meeting at the parliament today.
Holy Synod of the Apostolic Church of Georgia disapproves involvement of church servicemen in any political activities - the statement was released after the session of the Synod held at the Patriarch`s Residence yesterday.
A new Georgian library will be opened in Ukraine soon - the new library will be arranged on the bases of National Library of the Parliament of Georgia, which will provide the Kiev`s Georgian Library with books.
The head of the Cultural Heritage Protection Agency returned from Petersburg today. Nikoloz Vacheishvili attended the session of the World`s Cultural Heritage Committee of UNESCO. Georgian delegation presented the documents to the members of the committee to convince international ...
President of Georgia commented on the controversy of the Bagrati Temple in Kutaisi today. Patriarch`s administration of Georgia demanded suspension of restoration works and those, who objected to the ongoing restoration works, also said the restoration was done improperly ...
Minister of Culture of Georgia, Nikoloz Rurua announced at a special briefing today that the Bagrati Temple would not be removed from the list of the cultural heritage of UNESCO, as it was presumed earlier.