Music From the 2014 Olympics

By Chrisina Peterson

2014 Sochi Winter Olympics Theme Song - "Reach For The Top"

The Preformers

The opening ceremony to the Olympics is a very important time. For the 2014 Olympics, some of performers’ names have already been leaked. One source, The Telegraph, reported that violinist Yuri Bashmet and conductor Valery Gergiev will be performing, while another source, The Moscow Times reported that pianist Denis Matsuev will be part of the program. There have been other media outlets to revel that St. Petersburg’s Mariinsky Theater ballerina Ulyana Lopatkina will perform. None of these artists have been confirmed yet, but one crucial thing to do with the opening ceremony would be, if these type of artists are truly to preform year, it looks as though the show will have a classical music element.
2014 Sochi Winter Olympics Theme Music - "Undeniable"

Opening Ceremony

Saturday, Feb. 8th, 10pm


The opening ceremony for the 2014 Winter Olympics is expected to be a three-hour festival of which will include music and electric lights. The ceremony will be ending with a grand fireworks display. Through out the entire ceremony there will be a number of wonderful performers. There are many rumored preforms including, Russian classical music performers, along with Yulia Volkova and Lena Katina's, the memebers of t.A.T.u., the Russian pop duo. American singer Danielle Bradbery, and Russian singer Anna Netrebko are also widely suspected to be preforming. Though there are many suspected performers for the ceremony, the details of exactly who will be performing at Sochi’s opening ceremony on Friday and the closing ceremony on Feb. 23 are being tightly held.
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