He brought the exhibits of the GRAMMY Museum in Russia


Гуцериев привез экспонаты музея GRAMMY в Россию
The city is holding a unique exhibition.

Гуцериев привез экспонаты музея GRAMMY в Россию

Composer, a finalist RNMP 2017 Victoria Kohan and Director of the Grammy Museum Bob Santelli

Took place in Moscow
solemn opening of Russia’s first exhibition of the Museum Grammy
in the framework of the Russian National Music Award. It
presents the costumes of Madonna, Whitney Houston, cher, Michael
Jackson (including his famous glove), signed guitar Richie
Blackmore, Adrian Smith, Eddie van Halen, figurines, GRAMMY,photos,
posters and other printed materials. Initiative and implementation conduct
the exhibition belong to the organizers of the Prize – poet and entrepreneur
Mikhail Gutseriev, the composer and producer Igor Krutoy, President
Fund Award To Yuri Kostin. The exhibition is curated by the founder and
Director of the Grammy Museum Bob Santelli.

After the ceremonial cutting of the red ribbon Bob Santelli held
tours for members of the elite of the Russian show-business. Guests
exhibition steel producers Victor Drobysh, Yana Rudkovskaya, Igor Matvienko,
Joseph Prigozhin, popular performers Nikolai Rastorguev and Valeria,
composer, a finalist RNMP 2017 Victoria Kohan and others.

From 16 December to 4 February the exhibition will be available for free visits in the shopping center “Smolensky Passage”.

Гуцериев привез экспонаты музея GRAMMY в Россию

Victor Drobysh

GRAMMY — the most famous music awards in the world, “musical Oscar”, was
established by the American Association of record companies on March 14
1958. 78, is awarded annually in the categories of 30 music
genres. At different times, this award has honored Elvis Presley, John
Lennon, The Eagles, Sinead O’connor, “Jethro Tull”, Tina Turner, George
Benson, B. B. King, Bob Dylan, U2, Sting, “Depeche Mode”. Twelve
the GRAMMY winner was a famous pianist, saxophonist, composer,
singer ray Charles. Ten-time GRAMMY winner is the author of
the popular song “Don’t Worry, Be Happy” Bobby McFerrin.

Nikolai Rastorguev