Enjoy the world famous Mariinsky theatre performances at https://mariinsky.tv/e
Ballet dancers of the Mikhailovsky Theatre created a video in their home interiors, urging everyone to stay at home.
While you are in lockdown due to the coronavirus, 3d-tours of the Russian Museum allow you to take a virtual walk through the halls of the museum complex and temporary exhibitions. You can find them at rusmuseumvrm.ru
While being unable to visit the Hermitage due to Covid-19
you can study the vast collection of this museum on-line at www.hermitagemuseum.org
On March 1, the first day of spring, shrovetide festival with concerts, folk entertainments and traditional Russian blinis will take place in Peter and Paul Fortress, the birth place of St.Petersburg.
XIX International Ballet Festival Mariinsky will take place in St.Petersburg on March 11-22 in 2020.
More than 10,4 million tourists, including 4,9 million foreigners visited St. Petersburg in 2019, which is 26,8% growth compared to 2018.
On February 21 KGallery is opening an exhibition of Boris Kustodiev’s works from private and museum collections. The exhibition will work till April 26.
The operational headquarters for controlling and preventing the spread of coronavirus infection in St. Petersburg was established in St. Petersburg.
100 black-and-white and colour photographs embrace the period between 1957 and 2010 of Russian history. Anatoliy Boldin is one of the oldest Moscow photographers and reporters who travelled across the country and captured life “as it was”. One can visit this exhibition in the ROSFOTO Museum and Exhibition Centre February 7 – March 29, 2020.