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Published on May 8, 2020
Russian Culture House and Klingen Choir and Cultural Association Present an Online Concert. Well-known London based tenor Sipan Olah sings Victory Day songs with his ensemble. Online concert is dedicated 75th anniversary of the end of World War II
Concert programme includes popular songs: “Темная ночь - Dark Is the Night” Music: N.Bogoslovski, Lyrics: V.Agatov “Эх, дороги - Oh, roads” Music: A. Novikov, Lyrics: L. Oshanin "We'll Meet Again" music Ross Parker, lyrics Hughie Charles “Катюша- Katyusha” Music: M.Blanter, Lyrics G.Vinogradov “Журавли- Cranes” слова Р.Гамзатов, Музыка Я.Френкель “Смуглянка- Smuglyanka” Music A.Novikov, Lyrics Y.Shvedov “День победы-Victory Day” Music D.Tukhmanov, Lyrics V.Shainsky
Sipan Olah is a London-based award-winning opera singer (tenor), conductor, pianist, theorist and producer. Sipan’s solo singing performances in Armenia, Austria, Germany, Russia, Ukraine, Malta and the UK have been highly appreciated by both the general public and the media. In 2003, Sipan received a scholarship from the Vladimir Spivakov Foundation. In 2007, he won the Gold Medal in the Republic of Armenia Arts Festival. In 2014, he was awarded the Komitas Medal by the Music Union of Armenia. Based in London, the Klingen Choir and Cultural Association was founded by Sipan Olah in 2013. Over the years Sipan has performed both as a singer and a conductor in several well-known concert halls in London such as the Royal Albert Hall, Royal Festival Hall, Ealing Town Hall, Westminster’s St John’s Smith Square, Kensington’s St Cuthbert’s church, Russian Culture House in Kensington, NavasardIan Cultural Centre etc. Sipan Olah has organized many performances and was going to participate in projects dedicated to the 75th anniversary of the victory of World War II. Because of the Covid 19 pandemic all performances have been postponed, so he has decided to perform special songs with his ensemble in an online Concert dedicated to the Victory.