Удивительные люди – Incredibly people – Amazing people – on the Russia 1 channel ( Россия-1 ).

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Удивительные люди – The Incredible people – Amazing people  – on the Russia 1 channel ( Россия-1 ).

The brain the format developed by Endemol Shine Group continues to travel around the world.

Amazing people on the project stage gathered participants from all over Russia and the world: from Germany and Macedonia, the USA and India, China, Turkey and Mongolia, the CIS countries and the Baltic states. Guinness World Records record holders, titled mnemonics, world champions, students of previous seasons and new incredible contestants whose talents are opening up to the world just now thanks to the Amazing People show amaze spectators!

Production of WeiT Media Endemol Shine Group. Host  Александр Гуревич  ( Alexander Gurevich ) a Russian TV presenter, showman, producer and director, leading and artistic director of the One-to-One Program ( Сто к одному ), Наталья Юрьевна Рагозина ( Natalia Jurjewna Ragosina ) Natalia Ragozina  better known as, Natascha Ragosina is an unbeaten retired professional boxer who spent most of her career and was recognized as the best among middle-aged women in the world,  Васи́лий Андре́евич Ключарёв ( Vasily Klucharev )  HSE University Director of Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience,  neurobiologist and popularizer of science, specialist in neuroeconomics. Ph.D. in Biology, professor at the Higher School of Social Sciences, director of the Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience, Ольга Владимировна Шелест Olga Wladimirowna Schelest is a Russian TV presenter, actress in film, television and dubbing, one of the first MTV Россия ( MTV Russia ) videojigs (1998-2002). Winner of the TEFI Television Award in the nomination “The Best Leading of the Entertainment Program” ,“Good Morning” and the Radio Mania Prize as the best radio host «ТЭФИ» в номинации «Лучшая ведущая развлекательной программы» «Бодрое утро» и премии «Радиомания» как лучшая радиоведущая Шоу Антона Комолова и Ольги Шелест на радио «Маяк» The Anton Komolov and Olga Shelest Show on Mayak Radio), Евгений Попунаишвили ( Evgeny Popunaishvili ) Dancer, choreographer.

The Grand Theatre – National Opera in Warsaw.

The Great Theatre - National Opera in Warsaw Poland

The Grand Theatre – National Opera in Warsaw.

Opera was brought to Poland just thirty years after it first appeared in Florence, by Royal Prince Ladislaus IV Vasa. In 1628 he invited the first Italian opera troupe to Warsaw. For over 170 years the Teatr Wielki has been Poland’s grandest opera and ballet theatre. It was built in 1825–1833 to a design by the Italian architect Antonio Corazzi of Livorno.The building was converted several times. It was bombed during the siege of Warsaw in 1939 and almost completely ruined. Only the original classicist façade survived.

Stanisława Moniuszko ( Stanislaw Moniuszko ) is regarded as the father of the Polish national opera. His most famous operas are Halka and Straszny Dwór ( The Haunted Manor ). The most prominent Polish composer ot the Romantic era was Fryderyk Chopin ( Frédéric Chopin ) , who composed exclusively for piano.

In 1945–1965 the company performed on other stages while the theatre building was being restored and expanded according to designs by Bohdan Pniewski.The Polish National Opera at the Teatr Wielki continues its over 200-year tradition, producing works by Polish composers as well as world classics.

In 2002 the Teatr Wielki’s façade was crowned with a magnificent sculpture of Apollo’s Quadriga, as originally envisaged by architect Antonio Corazzi 180 years before. The sculpture is a contemporary design by Adam Myjak and Antoni J. Pastwa.

In the 1998–2002 seasons and then again from October 2008, the general director of the Teatr Wielki has been the great culture manager Waldemar Dąbrowski, who was Poland’s minister of culture in 2002–2005. The Polish National Opera’s artistic director is the great stage director Mariusz Treliński, who first occupied the post in the 2005/06 season and was reappointed in October 2008. His opera productions constitute highlights of operatic repertoire not only in Warsaw, but also in Washington, Los Angeles, St. Petersburg, Tel Aviv, Vilnius, and Bratislava.

The National Opera in Warsaw Poland features two auditoriums and a museum:

The Stanisław Moniuszko Auditorium, which seats 1,841, is the primary venue for opera, ballet and theatre performances, which run annually from September through June/July.
The Emil Młynarski Auditorium seats 248.
The Theatre Museum, accommodated in former main-floor ballrooms, is the country’s sole theatre museum.

Polish opera theaters:

The Grand Theatre in Warsaw (Polish: Teatr Wielki w Warszawie) or the Great Theatre—National Opera (Polish: Teatr Wielki—Opera Narodowa) is a theatre complex, opera company, and home of the Polish National Ballet, located on historic Theatre Square in Warsaw, Poland. The Warsaw Grand Theatre is one of the largest theatres in Europe and in the world, with a seating capacity of over 2000.
The Opera Krakowska (Kraków Opera), was founded in 1954 in postwar Kraków, Poland.
Teatr Wielki w Łodzi (The Grand Theater in Łódź) is an opera house in Łódź, Poland.
The Wrocław Opera is an opera company and opera house in Wrocław, Poland. The opera house was opened in 1841 and up to 1945 was known as the Breslau Opera.
Silesian Opera in Bytom (Polish: Opera Śląska w Bytomiu) is an opera company in Bytom, Silesia, Poland, that was founded in 1945. Its home is the former City Theatre that was built between 1898-1901. Adamo Didur was the first artistic director.
Grand Theatre, Poznań (Polish: Teatr Wielki im. Stanisława Moniuszki w Poznaniu) is a neoclassical opera house located in Poznań, Poland. It is named after famous Polish composer Stanisław Moniuszko.
The Opera Nova is an opera house located in Bydgoszcz and established in 1956, which also plays the role of a musical theater. It is one of the 10 opera houses in Poland and the only one of this size in the Kuyavian-Pomeranian Voivodeship. Opera Nova also welcomes the scene of the Bydgoszcz Buratino Puppet Theatre.
Podlasie Opera and Philharmonic – European Art Center in Białystok – currently the largest artistic institution in north-eastern Poland and the most modern cultural center in this part of Europe.

Gasteig Munich Events

My first public lecture of Miroslaw Magola took place on May 27, 1994 in Gasteig. Gasteig is a cultural center in Munich, opened in 1985, which hosts the Munich Philharmonic Orchestra. The Richard Strauss Conservatory, the Volkshochschule, and the municipal library are all located in the Gasteig. Most of the events of the Filmfest München, and many of the events of the Munich Biennale take place here.

The human magnetism of Miroslaw Magola 

 Paranormal phenomenon of Bio-physic

Gasteig Munich Events in Arts and Entertainment on May 1994

Gasteig Portrait : Source

In the 2015/2016 season, the Gasteig celebrated its 30th anniversary. Since opening its doors in 1985, it has become a centre of cultural life in Munich. Within its walls sit renowned cultural and educational institutions of the City of Munich. The name Gasteig derives from its location: on the »gachen Steig«, central and conspicuous on the right-hand riverbank of the Isar.

Programme

With more than 1,700 events per year, the Gasteig offers its audience a colourful and diverse programme. From computer courses, Jazz film festivals and pharmacy conventions to Beethoven’s Eroica.

Opening Hours

Between 8 AM and 11 PM, the building attracts more than 6,000 visitors daily. Munich’s culture and education centre was created as a place for meetings and encounters. The many halls, work rooms and foyer spaces are open to anybody working with intellectual and artistic expression.

Event Location

Besides the programme offered by the resident institutions, the public can enjoy the many cultural offers by other event organisers. The unusual atmosphere of the Gasteig provides a suitable setting for anniversaries, conventions, conferences and product presentations.

Architecture

The red brick architecture combines unity and clear lines with inner openness and creative spatial design – the result of consistent use of building materials and colours.