Seligdar became a partner of International Arctic Music Festival ‘Northern lights’

Seligdar became a General partner of the Igor Butman Quintet’s concert, which opened XII International Arctic Music Festival ‘Northern lights’ in Yakutia.

The concert of the people’s artist of Russia, famous jazzman and saxophonist Igor Butman took place on September 27 in the State opera and ballet theatre of the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia) named after D.K. Sivtsev-Suorun Omolloon and was timed to the Statehood Day of the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia).

‘Support for cultural initiatives to improve the quality of life is one of the key directions of Seligdar PJSC’s work in terms of development of the regions of operations. The Music Festival ‘Northern lights’ is one of the most important cultural events not only for the region but for the country as a whole; and it is our great pleasure to support it’, said CEO of Seligdar PJSC Sergey Tatarinov.

The International Arctic Music Festival ‘Northern lights’ is conducted annually in the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia) since 2011 and is traditionally devoted to the International Music Day celebrated on October 1. The festival organiser is the State philharmonic hall of the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia) named after G.M. Krivoshapko.

The festival concerts take place during October in Yakutsk, on the territory of the Republic and beyond and involve world scale musicians. Over the years, the festival concerts were held in Moscow, St-Petersburg, Khabarovsk, Washington (USA), Wonju (South Korea).

Earlier in April 2022, Seligdar PJSC became a General partner of the celebration devoted to the 390th anniversary of the incorporation of Yakutia into Russia, the 100th anniversary of the formation of the Yakutian Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic, the 125th anniversary of the birth of Maksim Ammosov and the anniversary of The Permanent Representation of the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia) under the President of the Russian Federation.

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