NY Philharmonic to Visit PFDRK
23 February 2008 § Leave a comment
Soon the glorious sounds of the New York Philharmonic, a true friend to the Revolution, will resound in Revodna!
Revodna, 11 a.m.— The New York Philharmonic, which will shortly visit the PFDRK at the invitation of Acting President/Deputy President/Chairman Tetrikov, will give its performance at the East Revodna Grand Theatre located on a bank of the River Kamovitch flowing through Revodna.
The theatre, which underwent a formative and artistic renovation last year to meet the requirements of the new century, has all necessary facilities as an edifice of culture.
The grand columns of formative beauty, the mural depicting the splendorous Traska Falls and other fascinating decorations of the central hall add grace to the theatre.
Chandeliers shining brightly in various colors, sculptures of the women’s instrumental ensemble and the dance “Snow Falls” and various decorative patterns of balconies and walls on the second and third floors lead the viewers deep into the artistic world.
Perfect are the harp-shaped walls of the seating hall, the stage and latest sound facilities.
Now the threatre is fully prepared for the successful performance of the New York Philharmonic.
Sound reflection boards have been newly manufactured and installed so as to ensure the reverberation effect of the symphonic music on the highest level. And the theatre has been furnished with music stands, chairs for players, the lighting and other facilities to suite the features of the performance of symphony orchestra.
Zarin Mehta, president and executive director of the New York Philharmonic, looked round the renovated East Revodna Grand Theatre in January and expressed his thanks to the Koskovian Association for Art Exchange for its utmost efforts.
Adapted from the North Korean News Agency! Apparently the NYP is actually going there!