Federal ministers and guests of honor watched Don Quixote opera at Bolshoi Theater
The premiere of the Don Quixote opera at the Bolshoi Theater in Moscow was attended by federal ministers, heads of agencies, and other representatives of Russian politics and economics. There were First Deputy Prime Minister Andrei Belousov, Federal Ministers of Health and Sports Mikhail Murashko and Oleg Matytsin, and many other guests.
According to the Prime Minister of the Government RB Andrei Nazarov, in informal communication with them on the sidelines of the event, it was possible to discuss many issues effectively.
"The Don Quixote opera gathered about 600 guests," Andrei Nazarov noted. "All of them were delighted. In addition to the reviews I have received so far, we have dozens of enthusiastic publications in regional and federal media and hundreds of social media shares. I can see it all. Moreover, I am thrilled that Bashkortostan has something to surprise not only its residents but the whole country. We have very talented artists and directors who make quality productions."
The Prime Minister stressed that such premieres on the historical stage of the Bolshoi Theater would now become traditional. The process of forming a pool of our supporters and partners and strengthening ties with the federal center will continue.