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Tuesday, August 15, 2017

Cool and Prigogine has proposed to limit foreign music on the radio


Russian composer and producer Igor Krutoy suggested to pass a law that would limit the rotation of foreign artists on local radio stations. In his opinion, such measures will contribute to the promotion of domestic talent.


photo: Lily Sharlovskoe

The law could promote not only Russian singers, but to increase the repertoire of Russian classical crooners. As an example, he cited France, where at the legislative level to implement a fixed quota.

With a colleague agreed producer Joseph Prigogine. In his opinion, if domestic broadcast stations at least one percent was devoted to Russian folk music — it would help to save the cultural tradition of the country.

In turn his wife, singer Valeria, offered to create a radio station that would be exclusively dedicated to the traditional culture and music of Russia. The relevant question she, as a member of the presidential Council for culture and the arts, ready to pick up at the next meeting, reports RIA Novosti.

Note that these statements were made at the youth forum “Tavrida” in the Crimea. It involved about three thousand young people of creative professions.

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