The pandemic has left its mark on the cultural life of the northern city. But after night day always comes. So the young people of Norilsk, who are not indifferent to art, and first of all to its musical direction, decided that they had stayed at home enough.
Taking antiseptics and masks along with musical instruments, the young people arranged an at-home party. As before, the meeting place was the MKS anti-cafe.
“This time we decided to hold an experimental, that is, a prefabricated at-home building. The guys performed post-punk and pop music, folk songs and songs of the eighties”, Anna Galimyanova, one of the organizers of the event, said in the interview with This Is Taimyr.
Fifteen participants performed in front of the audience, who filled the anti-cafe room to capacity. Both experienced musicians and aspiring stars were among them.
The atmosphere of the meeting was in a retro style. In addition to songs, the participants performed poems, including their own composition. The photo zone was actively working.
Also, an open microphone was organized for the guests of the evening: anyone from the audience could perform.
In the future, the organizers of the party say, such meetings will become regular again.
“We are very pleased to resume our traditional paries. The guys missed each other, so a particularly warm and cozy atmosphere was felt. We are planning to meet again next month, and we will inform in social networks about this”, added Anna Galimyanova.
Text: Mikhail Tuaev, Photo: Diana Kiseleva