On September 27 – January 08, 2016 at Poushkine Fine Art Museum in Moscow exhibition of curious French painter Albert Marquet. He is amaizing because he discovers us one more, relatively uknown segment of great french painting of XIX-XX centuries.
International ballet festival is held at the Kremlin palace from 22 to 29 September 2016. Already for the 5th time on the stage of the State Kremlin Palace will be held performances of famous Russian theatre "the Kremlin ballet", which solo will dance artists from the world stages: American ballet theatre, the Grand Opera, National ballet of Cuba, ballet of the Vienna State Opera, etc.
The Russian Forum of Collectors is held in the Central house of artist in Moscow on September 21-25, 2016. The event is supported by Ministry of culture of the Russian Federation and the government of Moscow.
Exhibition of Giovanni Battista Piranesi is held in the Museum of Fine arts of A. S. Pushkin on 20 Sep 2016 – 13 November 2016. Piranesi was an Italian man of culture, whose activities are multifaceted in nature (engraver, draughtsman, architect, vedutista, designer, academic researcher).
This Moscow exhibition covers all aspects of Piranesi. It is a part of a demonstration in Russia of the great Italian art at the initiative of the Embassy of Italy in Russia and under the sponsorship of VTB Bank.
On September, 14 2016 the 45th season of the Moscow Chamber opera theatre named after Boris Pokrovsky started. On September, 13 the director of theatre, Oleg Mikhailov and his chief stage director Mikhail Kislyarov told about what happens in the theatre and about the plans for the upcoming theatrical season.
On September 12, 2016 Moscow theatre "Commonwealth of Taganka Actors” has opened a theatrical season 2016 / 2017. It is already 24th season of theatre. A collection of the troupe traditionally was combined with the celebration of the birthday of its artistic Director –Nikolai Gubenko, who turned 75 years old on August17, 2016.
From 13 September to 11 December 2016 at the Pushkin Museum works of Raphael will be shown. Exhibition of the great Italian painter will be held in Russia for the first time. Pictorial and graphic works will be represented there, including "self-Portrait" (1506) from the Gallery of statues and paintings paired portraits of Agnolo Doni and his wife Maddalena (1506) and "Madonna of Granduca" (1505) of the Palatine gallery (part of the complex of the Uffizi).
6 Sep 2016 Grand Symphony orchestra after Tchaikovsky made a performance at MGIMO (Moscow Institute of International relations), playing for professors and students of the Institute the two serenades — "Serenade for string orchestra" by P. Tchaikovsky and "Sun valley Serenade" by Glenn Miller. As an encore they played snippets from "the Snowstorm" by G. Sviridov. Conducted the orchestra its Director V. Fedoseyev. On that occasion, we asked the famous conductor of the interview.
In September 2016 in the Moscow Conservatoire after P. Tchaikovsky (MC) will take place a series of programs and events that will interest many people despite their professional education. The program is designed so that it includes time-tested masterpieces, and the performers are of the highest professional level is a well – established musicians of international fame, and those who are in the beginning of the recognition.
Higher music school, or Conservatory, was opened in Moscow 01(13)of september 1866, in the house of the Baroness Cherkasova on Vozdvizhenka street. Those classes that existed before and private training to play an instrument seemed not enough. The need of opening the Conservatory promoted the Russian music society headed by the brothers Rubinstein. Systematic musical education was aimed, by A. Rubinstein: "at elevating the value of Russian music and Russian artists".
In Moscow, at the Tretyakov gallery on Krymsky Val, the exhibition of Ivan Aivazovsky (1817-1900) is held. It opened on 29 July 2016, exactly 1 year to the 200 anniversary from the birthday of the artist, and runs until 20 November 2016. A month later, on 24 December 2016, it will be opened in the Russian Museum in St. Petersburg.
We know sea of Aivazovsky – it was he who approved the seascape genre in Russian art. The sea was his inspiration and specialization, it has become a means of expression of the artist throughout his life. At the same time, Aivazovsky didn't write the sea "from nature". "Storm, which I've seen at the coast of Italy, in my painting can be carried on any area of the Crimea and the Caucasus," he said.