The children's musical theater of a young actor, with the support of the Public Chamber of the Russian Federation, continues a series of concerts for orphanages and hospices "Give art #online". Broadcasts of performances of singers, theater and film actors are carried out twice a week from the building of the Public Chamber of the Russian Federation on the website and in the social networks of the chamber, as well as on the website and on the YouTube channel of the Children's Musical Theater of a Young Actor.
On June 1 at 12:00, composer Grigory Gladkov will take part in the online meeting together with his daughter, Alexandra Gladkova, a third-year student at the Shchepkin Theater School at the Maly Theater. Grigory and Alexandra will present famous compositions from everyone's favorite cartoons and films "Plasticine Crow", "Last Year's Snow Falling", "In a Box with Pencils", "Tales of an Old Wizard" and others. Grigory Gladkov - Honored Art Worker of Russia, laureate of the Russian Government Prize, awarded by the Russian branch of the Guinness Book of Records for the publication in Russia of the largest number of records, cassettes and CDs for children, laureate of the Rolan Bykov Children's Film and Television Development Fund, twice laureate of the Ovation Music Prize, laureate of awards in the field radio and television "Radiomania" and TEFI.
The project has already been attended by: DMTYA actors, who showed excerpts from leading theater performances, theater and film actors Yegor Beroev, Ksenia Alferova, Anna Bolshova, musical actors Ilya Iva and Pavel Lyovkin, singer Diana Gurtskaya, and others.
“The project“Give Art #online”is undoubtedly important, interesting and very necessary,” shared the artistic director of the DMTYA Alexander Fedorov. - It is addressed to children who are in children's hospices, and recently orphanages have joined us - from Kabardino-Balkaria to the Far East. These are dozens of organizations and thousands of children who twice a week watch programs, concerts and creative meetings of artists, famous and just starting their careers, watch performances performed by the actors in front of them. This is really a window to the world, because children who are in such conditions, especially now, are not just in self-isolation, but in absolute isolation. Communication with people of art is not only interesting, but also adds strength, gives hope for the future. And this is important not only for children, but also for artists who come to the Public Chamber, to the studio and meet these children. These are not my words, these are the artists themselves. For them, this experience is very interesting and important. I am extremely grateful to the Public Chamber for their support, grateful to those actors and politicians who come to us and work in this project. "Give Art # Online" is open to anyone who wants to share their art and interact with our huge and amazing children's audience!"