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21 October 2015 y.
International and Regional Cultural Affairs Center has started to receive applications from interpreters, curators and volunteers that want to participate in the V Krasnoyarsk International Music Festival of the Asia-Pacific region that will be held at the end of June 2016.
Within two weeks Organizing Committee of the festival has already received about fifty applications from potential translators, curators and volunteers. E-mail messages come from novices and those who have repeatedly been involved in large-scale projects of federal and international level. Their portfolios include participation in the previous festivals of the Asia-Pacific region, Winter Olympic Games in Sochi, Summer Universiade in Kazan, International Ballet Forum “The XXI Century Ballet”, Krasnoyarsk Economic Forum, and even F1. As well as applications for participation respondents write words of gratitude to the organizers.
Ekaterina Kareva, volunteer: “I love APF! I worked as a volunteer in the Interclub at last festival in 2014. I really want to take part in the APF-2016. I have an extensive experience in major international events: First European Games-2015 in Baku, Summer Universiade in Kazan”.
Jana Ilyukhina, translator: “I worked as a translator (Japanese language) at the APF in 2014. I would like to be a part of this wonderful event once again!”
Not only the citizens of Krasnoyarsk expressed a desire to take part in the APF 2016, but respondents from Kazakhstan, Pakistan, Italy and Canada. It confirms the international status of the festival and its popularity around the world.
You can find an application form on the updated site of the Krasnoyarsk International Music Festival of Asian-Pacific region:
Moreover, we have launched a free mobile application "Krasnoyarsk APFest" with a handy search and possibility to send and application right from your phone.
All incoming information will be collected in a database. The Organizing Committee will provide more information to all applicants in the spring 2016.