In Moscow there will be monuments Tvardovsky and Rostropovich

In Moscow there will be monuments Tvardovsky and RostropovichMoscow mayor Sergei Sobyanin instructed to erect monuments to the poet Alexander Tvardovsky and musician Mstislav Rostropovich in the center of the capital no later than December 2012, reports RIA "Novosti" with reference to a source in city administration.In June last year the Commission of Moscow city Council on monumental art by a majority vote decided to erect a monument to the Twardowski on the embankment of Taras Shevchenko, where the poet lived. Later, the Department of cultural heritage of Moscow said about inappropriate use of territories of objects of cultural heritage for the installation of monuments, and the Commission deferred this question. In March 2011, the Commission finally approved the proposal to put on Strastnoy Boulevard monument Tvardovsky, as the poet actually lived on the waterfront of Taras Shevchenko: there his family lived, and he Twardowski lived outside the city. At the same time on the Boulevard is the editorial Board of the journal "New world", which he led for many years."In order to perpetuate the memory of the outstanding Russian musician Mstislav Rostropovich and the outstanding poet Alexander Tvardovsky, the mayor instructed them to establish their monuments to 31 December 2012", - said the Agency interlocutor.He added that the monument Tvardovsky must be installed on Strastnoy Boulevard in front of the house N5 Naryshkin on the driveway next to the building that housed the publishing house "New world", and the monument to Rostropovich - in the square at the intersection of Bryusov and Eliseevsky lanes."The installation of the monument Tvardovsky should be funded by the International public Fund "Russian peace Foundation" and the monument to Rostropovich Foundation for cultural and humanitarian programs of Mstislav Rostropovich", - said the representative of the municipality.Poet, writer Alexander Tvardovsky was born 21 June 1910 in the village of Zagorje Smolensk province. During the years of the great Patriotic war and in the early postwar years Twardowski has created a number of works that brought him fame and the love of the people, first of all, it refers to his poem "Vasily Terkin". In addition, from 1950 to 1970 (with a break from 1955 to 1957) Twardowski was the chief editor of the magazine "New world".In 1954, he was dismissed from his post as chief editor for the "democratic tendencies", which appeared in the magazine, in 1958 he returned to the "New world" for the same position, inviting him in their like - minded critics and editors.Once in 1961 in the magazine published the story of Alexander Solzhenitsyn's "One day of Ivan Denisovich, and attempts to publish his novel "Cancer ward" Twardowski becomes the "unofficial opposition". He constantly had to experience increasing pressure from conservative forces. In 1970, he was once again dismissed the chief editor and the editorial Board was subjected to the actual defeat.After leaving the magazine more and more began to make itself felt, the disease, the poet went to his dacha outside Moscow, where he spent the last days. 18 December 1971 Twardowski died in the village of Krasnaya Pakhra in the Moscow region. He was buried at the Novodevichy cemetery.Mstislav Rostropovich (27.03.1927 - 27.04.2007), people's artist of USSR, laureate of the Stalin and Lenin prizes of the USSR, State prize of the Russian Federation, is known not only as a musician but as a public figure. On the eve of the 80th anniversary of the Maestro was awarded the order "For merits before Fatherland" the first degree. The name of the great musician included among the "Forty Immortals" - honorable members of the French Academy of arts. Source: In Moscow there will be monuments Tvardovsky and Rostropovich.



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