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First children's musical premieres in Kremlin Palace

The premiere of the first children's musical "Skazka.ru" will be held in the Kremlin Palace on November 2th-3rd, composer David Tukhmanov and poet Yuri Entin, the authors of the musical, told journalists on Tuesday. According to them, this is not a simple musical but a brightest music performance. Composer David Tukhmanov is famous for a popular song "Victory Day" and Yuri Enetin is a classic of children's songs. Many generations of children know his songs, written for remarkable cartoons - "Bremen Musicians", "Flying Ship" and "Blue Puppy".

According to Entin, the musical is a contemporary story of Kay and Gerda. Gerda is fond of music and plays the piano, and Kay is keen on computers. Gerda is looking for Kay, who was kidnapped by the virtual space.

The musical has many traditional characters of Russian fairy tales, such as Koshchei, Zmei Gorynych and Baba Yaga. They won't be frightful, but even likeable, Entin said. It will be David Tukhamov's debut on the stage. The composer will play the part of classic musician.

All in all, 180 adults and children are involved in the musical show.

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