The Military Band and Honor Guard of the 154 Preobrazhensky Regiment, permanent participant of the Spasskaya Tower Festival, was given the honor to be the first to stage their individual performance on Sobornaya Square of the Main Cathedral of the Russian Armed Forces. To the sounds of Semyon Tchernetsky’s ‘Salute to the Motherland’ march, Lev Knipper’s ‘Cavalry of the Steppes’ (lyrics by
Then the audiences witnessed a performance staged by the youngest participants of the evening show. The honor to step on Sobornaya Square was given to the Combined Band of the Moscow State Budget School N. 1770, participant of the Spasskaya Tower Children and Youth Wind Band Festival. Young boys and girls performed Valery Khalilov ‘General Miloradovich’ and ‘Platz’ marches as well as several medlies of the war years and Leonid Utesov’s songs.
The Central Band of the Russian Navy named after Nikolai
The Combined Band of the Russian Airborne Forces performing together with the Song and Dance Company of the Russian Airborne Forces and Honor Guard Cadet Unit of the Ryazan Airborne Command Higher School named after Army General Margelov were among the debutants of the Thirteenth Spasskaya Tower Festival. These highly professional artists built their show program both around the