Novomikhailovsky, RUSSIA, 2011 - It’s common for Sochi restaurants (and eateries throughout the country) to feature singers who, night after night, rely on a fixed repertoire of Russian chansons. The term “background music” is a foreign concept to these performers (often the volume is cranked up to 11) and instead of talking, patrons dance and sing. On this photo: Artur Asiryants (37) en Nadieshda Asiryants (33) in restaurant Sprut in Novomikhailovsky.
Singers Nadieshda and Artur
Novomikhailovsky, RUSSIA, 2011 - It’s common for Sochi restaurants (and eateries throughout the country) to feature singers who, night after night, rely on a fixed repertoire of Russian chansons. The term “background music” is a foreign concept to these performers (often the volume is cranked up to 11) and instead of talking, patrons dance and sing. On this photo: Artur Asiryants (37) en Nadieshda Asiryants (33) in restaurant Sprut in Novomikhailovsky.

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Date: 10 Jul 2011
Location: Novomikhailovsky Krasnodar Krai Russia
Credit: © Rob Hornstra / The Sochi Project
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