In the fall, the concert "Hit Parade of the USSR" will be held in the hall of the Church Cathedrals of the Cathedral of Christ the Savior in Moscow, the Agency drew attention . Tickets for the event are already sold out.
The concert announcement is as follows:
“The USSR is a nostalgic period. Many things of that time have long since sunk into oblivion, some have been forgotten, and something can only be found in thematic museums. But music remains with us forever, bypassing space and regardless of fashion trends.
The concert will feature the TenorA of the XXI century and Vegas bands, they will perform songs by Eduard Khil, Edita Piekha, Muslim Magomayev, Iosif Kobzon and other Soviet artists.
As the Agency notes, social events are regularly held in the hall of Church Cathedrals, in particular, Valery Syutkin, Pyotr Nalich and Dmitry Dyuzhev performed there, but the concert “nostalgic for the times of the USSR” will be held for the first time.
In the USSR, atheism was actively supported by party and state bodies until 1988.
“We have to fight religion. This is the ABC of all materialism and, consequently, of Marxism. But Marxism is not materialism that stops at the ABC. Marxism goes further. He says: one must be able to fight against religion, and for this it is necessary to explain materialistically the source of faith and religion among the masses,” said Lenin.
In addition to the propaganda of atheism, in the 1920s and 1930s, state bodies carried out mass arrests and persecution of the clergy and religious preachers.