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England, November-December 2022

London

Kensington

Holland park

Japanese Garden

Royal Albert Hall

Jools Holland and his Rhythm and Blues Orchestra at the Royal Albert Hall, 25 Nov 2022

The Albert Memorial

Hyde Park

Victoria and Albert Museum

Beatrix Potter Exhibition “Drawn to Nature”

Lecicester Square Christmas Market

Abbey Road Studios

Sherlock Holmes Museum

Seven Dials

Covent Garden

International Gospel Choir performing in front of the Wonder Wood

Tower Bridge

Tower of London

Leadenhall Market

Chelsea Physic Garden

Battersea Park and surroundings

Sloane Square

Battersea Power Station

Big Ben and Westminster Abbey

St. James Park

Trafalgar Square

Hampstead Heath

Portobello Market

Christmas lights of Oxford and Regent’s streets

Carnaby Street

London pubs

Picturehouse, Piccadilly Circus

Brighton and Hove

Bath

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!!! 🙂

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Nick Mason’s Saucerful of Secrets, London, 24 Sept 2018

Pink Floyd famously opened the Roundhouse venue back in 1966 and yesterday Nick Mason and his supergroup Saucerful of Secrets returned there with an amazing setlist of their early classics. I was absolutely thrilled by the crystal clear sound, fantastic visuals, psychedelic music. It was like a time traveling to 60s.

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Roger Waters, Us + Them, Moscow 2018

Roger Waters in Moscow yesterday! Definitely one of the best concerts I have ever seen! Everything was amazing, sound, music, setlist which contained Pink Floyd classics and songs from Roger’s new album, show with so many interesting details. Roger almost cried and said in the end of the show after 10 minutes ovation “It’s getting very emotional”. And yes. It was very-very emotional! Of course it’s impossible to hide from politics at Roger’s shows. But he has a right to share his views even if they are controversial sometimes. Overall it was truly unforgettable experience!

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Pink Floyd Exhibition – Their Mortal Remains

I visited Pink Floyd exhibition in London last week. Absolutely worth seeing it! It is not just an exhibition but a great virtual tour through all years of Pink Floyd breathtaking music. It is divided by sections, each of which is dedicated to a particular band’s album and contains not only musical instruments, hand-written lyrics etc but also many pieces of art that had a great cultural impact on live rock performance. Each section is definitely a small world that really amazed and impressed me. The last part of an exhibition is a live show which contains a great lighting and even laser show. Everything is just beyond the imagination!!!

Pink Floyd Early Years

The Dark Side of the Moon, 1973

Wish You Were Here, 1975

The Wall, 1979

A momentary Lapse of Reason, 1987

The Division Bell, 1994

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Shine on beautiful Verona!

My summer trip to Verona was a great combination of amazing views and amazing music!

Verona is the city of glorious medieval buildings and beautiful bridges. It has been named a UNESCO WORLD Heritage Site because of importance of many historical buildings. All those views amazed me, especially tiny streets which lead to a historic center and very beautiful “piazzas”. Sometimes sightseeing can become boring but it impossible to happen in Verona, you can feel the vibes of the city, its ambiance.

It’s really an incredible feeling when you’re exploring the city, first settlement of which probably dates back to the 1st century BC. It’s even difficult to imagine what happened back then on those streets, in those houses etc, which remain the same until nowadays.

Verona is famous for its Roman amphitheatre, the Arena, found in the city’s largest piazza, the Piazza Bra. It was completed around 30 AD. I was lucky to see this amazing Arena not only from outside, but also inside, attending the concert of legendary David Gilmour.