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International Summer Festival starts in Batumi
11:32 01.09.2012
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From today till September 8, International Summer Festival will be held in Batumi, which will be attended by local and international musicians.
The festival is held under the patronage of the First Lady of Georgia, Sandra Elisabeth Roelofs. The festival covers classical as well as traditional music.
The first concert is a charity concert and the money from it will be transferred to the account of the Commission of review of material aid to the oncology center for onco-patients’ treatment.
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