The 22nd Chereshnevy Les Open Art Festival has begun in Moscow. It will run until July 27th. The festival program includes theatrical performances, a book fair, charity tree planting, and symphonic concerts.
Symphonic Masterpieces. Scriabin, Prokofiev, Rachmaninoff. will be performed at the Tchaikovsky Concert Hall on June 8th. Pianist Vadim Rudenko and the Bolshoi Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Vladimir Fedoseyev, will perform Scriabin’s Dreams, Rachmaninoff’s Concerto No. 1, and Prokofiev’s Romeo and Juliet Suite.
On June 21st, 22nd, and 30th, the renovated Theater on Bronnaya will present the premiere of Hamlet in Moscow, a new version of Shakespeare’s tragedy, by director Edgar Zakaryan, a student of Andrey Moguchy.
On June 24th, Natella Toidze’s World of Color exhibition will be open in GUM-Red Line.
The premiere performances of Boris Eifman’s Seagull. A Ballet Story will take place at the Bolshoi Theater from June 26th to 28th. On June 28th, the theater will also present the play Rodin, Her Eternal Idol, which is about the fate and works of sculptor Auguste Rodin and his student, lover, and muse Camille Claudel.
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