We are happy to introduce Russian Music Seasons in the palace of Great Prince Vladimir in Palace Embankment. You will not only enjoy the music of Russian composers performed by the Mikhailovsky Theatre Orchestra and invited soloists, but also tour the stunning palace interiors.
You can enjoy the exhibition of Russian ladies’ dresses of the turn of the 20th century at the Vitebsky railway station Picture Hall. Unique ladies’ ballroom, leisure, business and travel dresses, as well as hats, gloves, and umbrellas will delight travelers until the end of this year. The exhibition is free for the visitors.
On October 19, 2018 Amber Museum of Alexandre Krylov opened in Gostiny Dvor in St.Petersburg. Alexandre Krylov headed the restoration of the Amber Room in Catherine’s Palace, the eighth wonder of the world. You can learn more at the museum’s site.
Most of the choir members come from the canton of Ticino, the Italian-speaking region in southern Switzerland, the birthplace of Domenico Trezzini, whose work is inseparably connected with St. Petersburg. The concert in the Summer Gardens was devoted to Domenico Trezzini, who participated in the creation of the park.
The Orange County School of the Arts Symphony Orchestra gave thier final concert in Russia in the proclaimed Capella hall in St.Petersburg on July 24, 2018. Under the baton of Christopher Russell they performed music by Williams, Menning, Shostakovich and Glazunov.
Continuing their concert tour in Russia, Orange County Symphony Orchestra will perform tonight on July 20, 2018, in Moscow in the International House of Music.
Tonight, on July 19, 2018, the Orange County School of the Arts (OCSA) Symphony Orchestra will give their first concert in Russia in the ancient city of Vladimir. The orchestra, based in Santa Ana, CA, has been recognized nationally for both its talent and innovative programming.
Under the leadership of Founder and Music Director Christopher Russell, the orchestra performs music ranging from the Baroque period to new works.
FIFA World Cup took place in 11 Russian cities June 14 – July 15, 2018. We enjoyed orgianising trips for fans from various countries of the world, assisting them not only in attending the matches but also intorducing them to diverse history and culture of Russia in the hosting cities.
Yesterday Gatchina Palace received “Museum Olympus” prize, known as the Museum Oscar, and became the best museum of St.Petersburg in 2017.