Rashid Behbudov State Song Theatre
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The Rashid Behbudov State Song Theatre (Azerbaijani: Rəşid Behbudov adına Dövlət Mahnı Teatrı) is located in Azerbaijan's capital Baku, on the Rashid Behbudov Street, and is named after Rashid Behbudov, who founded it in 1968.
The theatre's repertoire consists of folk songs, mugams and tasnifs, as well as of works of national composers like Uzeyir Hajibeyov, Gara Garayev, Fikrat Amirov or Tofig Guliyev. Popular artists, such as Zaur Rzayev, Ilhama Guliyeva, Mubariz Taghiyev, Azar Zeynalov, Zohra Abdullayeva and Aybaniz Hashimova, worked in the theatre.
The theatre is open from 9 a.m. to 18 p.m.
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