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Each Wednesday, the Stravinsky foyer of the Mariinsky Theatre in St Petersburg is home to Open Wednesday, a free concert performed by some of the theatre's musicians, guests, or young up-and-coming musicians. Tickets are given out at 1.30pm (though you can arrive earlier, as places are limited) for the performance at 2pm.
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