The first concert of 2021 of the Tbilisi Youth Orchestra

On April 8, at 18:00, Tbilisi Youth Orchestra named after Giya Kancheli will hold the first concert of the 2021 spring season in the Theater Hall of the National Palace. This time the orchestra is conducted by Maestro Gogi Chichinadze, a well-known Georgian conductor working in Georgia and abroad, the artistic director of the Polish Baltic Philharmonic in Gdansk. The soloist …

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Women, Peace and Security Tbilisi International Conference 2020

On December 11, 12 and 13, the American Corner of the National Palace, with the support of the US Embassy, ​​hosted an online international conference about Women, Peace and Security 2020, The conference was dedicated to the 20th anniversary of UN Security Council Resolution 1325 and aimed to promote the growing role of women in the defense sector. The opening …

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Memorandum of Understanding

Memorandum of Understanding was Signed between the National Palace and Ilia State University on December 11. The memorandum was signed by the Director of the National Palace Tika Rukhadze and the Vice Rector of Ilia State University Nina Dikhaminjia. The purpose of the memorandum is to establish a partnership between the National Palace and Ilia University, increase the promotion of …

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An innovative platform for film education for young people

The National Palace and the Culture and Education Foundation present a project, an innovative film education platform for young people, which aims to develop a young audience through film art. An electronic-learning platform was created within the project- www.filmeducation.ge which includes three kinds of educational resources, learning materials, video lectures and online training courses. Video lectures, the format of which …

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Seventh Forum of Strategic Partnership of Non-Formal Education Organizations at the National Palace

The 7th Strategic Partnership Forum of Non-Formal Education Organizations was held on December 4, 2020 at the initiative of the National Palace of Student Youth,  It was attended by non-formal education organizations of multidisciplinary educational cultural sports schools operating throughout Georgia, Deputy Mayor of the capital Andria Basilaia, Deputy Chairman of the Municipal Council Marika Darchia and other invited guests …

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Report of the National Palace at Tbilisi City Assembly

The annual report of the National Palace was discussed in Tbilisi City Assembly. The meeting of the Education and Culture and Sports and Youth Affairs Commissions was held in Tbilisi local assembly. On which the deputies discussed the 2020 report of the National Palace of Student Youth and the planned projects for the future. The report, presented by the director …

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European Heritage Days at the National Palace!

On October 2-3, the National Palace joined the European Heritage Days! European Heritage Days are celebrated every autumn and are a set of events based on European values. 50 countries signatories to the European Cultural Convention are participating in European Heritage Days. The activities organized annually under the program are dedicated to various topics selected by the Council of Europe. …

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2nd Edition of Tbilisi Piano Fest

On September 29, the second edition of the Tbilisi Piano Fest ended with a concert of symphonic music at the Arto Garden. The artistic director / organizer of the project is Georgian pianist Dudana Mazmanishvili, winner of international awards. The National Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Nikoloz Rachveli and a new generation of Georgian musicians Giorgi Gigashvili and Tsotne Zedginidze performed …

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Beethoven 250 – Tao’s first post quarantine concert

In the inner garden of the National Palace, a concert of the first symphonic music after quarantine – “Dedicated to the 250th anniversary of Beethoven” was held. The concert was performed by: LV Beethoven’s overture for the ballet “Creatures of Prometheus”, op. 43.Piano Concerto No.4, C Major, Op.58Soloist – Barbara Tataradze; Conductor – Mirian Khukhunaishvili; Tbilisi Youth Symphony Orchestra was …

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Beethoven’s “Turkish March” was performed online

National Palace, Tbilisi Youth Orchestra, together with Latvian friends, congratulate you on the Independence Day of Georgia! At the initiative of the young Ambassador of Georgia to the Republic of Latvia, Akaki Tkeshelashvili, Tao and the Symphony Orchestra of the Latvian Academy of Music performed Beethoven’s “Turkish March” remotely. The video, which they worked on for a month, serves to …

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