Source Pravda.Ru

French Singer Nilda Fernandez Sings Live In Moscow

The famous French singer Nilda Fernandez, who is known as the heir of the French chanson traditions, opened a program called the French Seasons in Moscow by giving two live concerts in the Russian capital. The first of the two concerts was staged in the Tchaikovsky Concert Hall, where Nilda stunned everybody with his unusually high-pitched, fragile voice and extravagant manners. As the concert was coming to a close, he drew loud cheers from spectators by flinging all the flowers he received during the evening into the crowd, lying down and crawling offstage into the hall on his hands and knees, then standing up and moving across the rows of seats to the lobby, where his musicians struck the last chords and bid farewell to the audience.

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