“Circle of Light”: unique show on Red Square

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The first international festival “Circle of Light” was held in the Russian capital from October 21 through October 23. Over 350 multimedia shows and light installations could be seen on the walls of the city’s main architectural landmarks during the festival.

The first international festival “Circle of Light” was held in the Russian capital from October 21 through October 23. Over 350 multimedia shows and light installations could be seen on the walls of the city’s main architectural landmarks during the festival.

© RIA Novosti . Grigori Sisoev / Go to the photo bankThe first international festival “Circle of Light” was held in the Russian capital from October 21 through October 23. Over 350 multimedia shows and light installations could be seen on the walls of the city’s main architectural landmarks during the festival.
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The first international festival “Circle of Light” was held in the Russian capital from October 21 through October 23. Over 350 multimedia shows and light installations could be seen on the walls of the city’s main architectural landmarks during the festival.
© RIA Novosti . Grigori Sisoev / Go to the photo bankVisitors watch the light show held as part of the 1st Moscow international festival “Circle of Light” on Red Square.
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Visitors watch the light show held as part of the 1st Moscow international festival “Circle of Light” on Red Square.
© RIA Novosti . Grigori Sisoev / Go to the photo bankThousands gathered to see the opening of the festival on Friday.
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Thousands gathered to see the opening of the festival on Friday.
© RIA Novosti . Grigori Sisoev / Go to the photo bankUnique light installations by famous German lighting designer Jerry Appelt were shown on Red Square for the first time. Jerry Appelt also created laser shows for the opening of the Sydney Olympic Games, Eurovision Song Contest 2011 in Germany, and the laser show on the Kremlin embankment held on the 65th anniversary of Victory in World War II.
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Unique light installations by famous German lighting designer Jerry Appelt were shown on Red Square for the first time. Jerry Appelt also created laser shows for the opening of the Sydney Olympic Games, Eurovision Song Contest 2011 in Germany, and the laser show on the Kremlin embankment held on the 65th anniversary of Victory in World War II.
© RIA Novosti . Grigori Sisoev / Go to the photo bankThe walls of the Kremlin, St. Basil’s Cathedral, the facade of the Historical Museum, and GUM (State Department Store) were illuminated by lasers to the beat of music composed for the festival by Dmitry Malikov.
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The walls of the Kremlin, St. Basil’s Cathedral, the facade of the Historical Museum, and GUM (State Department Store) were illuminated by lasers to the beat of music composed for the festival by Dmitry Malikov.
© RIA Novosti . Grigori Sisoev / Go to the photo bankThe designer’s vision is of roses blooming on the Kremlin walls, while the domes of St. Basil’s Cathedral will glimmer in time with the chiming bells.
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The designer’s vision is of roses blooming on the Kremlin walls, while the domes of St. Basil’s Cathedral will glimmer in time with the chiming bells.
© RIA Novosti . Grigori Sisoev / Go to the photo bankThe festival of light featured laser shows by world’s top artists, and two contests of young designers and professionals.
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The festival of light featured laser shows by world’s top artists, and two contests of young designers and professionals.
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