Showing 31 results in the category Russia.
Biennial. Symphonic, chmbr, choral music, theatre and art exhibitions. Dates: 2014.
The Nizhny Novgorod State Academic Philharmony, Rostropovich Kremlin, Build 2, Nizhny Novgorod, 603082, Russian Federation
Artist representation and concert promotion for classical and folk music, chmbr orchs and ballet companies and folk dance troups.
3-1 Serebrianichesky Lane, 109028 Moscow, Russia
Appr 116, Udaltsova 4, 119415 Moscow, Russia
Promotes research, publication and performance of Russian music.
Music Department, Goldsmiths College, University of London, London, SE14 6NW
Moskovsky Prospekt 1, 428018 Cheboksary
Opera school with own theatre building.
Building 1, 25 Ulitsa Ostozhenka, Moscow 119034
Opera festival taking place in June and July each year, bringing productions of the highest professional quality to an intimate setting of extraordinary beauty at Wormsley, in the Chiltern Hills.
The Old Garage, The Green, Great Milton, Oxford, OX44 7NP, United Kingdom
Private music college providing music education at 4 levels: elementary school, primary school, secondary school, academy. Awards bachelors, masters and professional degrees.
Povarskaya st 30/36, 121069 Moscow, Russia
Festival of staged performances inc opera, music theatre and operetta. Dates: Sep-Oct.
Ulica Bolshaya Dmitrovka 5/6, Moscow, 125009, Russian Federation
Eligibility: 3 categories: aged 11 and under, ages 12-15, ages 16-19. Requirements: 3 rounds; max 5 contestants chosen for final round with orch. See website for repertoire lists. Prizes: Prizes total EUR 20,000. Entry fees: EUR 100. Location: St Petersburg. Frequency: Biennial.
School of Arts for Children N 4, Bucharestskaya str, 35, korp 1, 192071 St Petersburg
Competition for pianists, conductors and comps. Eligibility: Conductors aged under 40; pianists aged under 30; comps over the age of 16. Location: St. Petersburg. Dates: tbc. Frequency: Quadrennial.
International relations department, Saint-Petersburg Conservatoire, Teatralnaya sqr. 3, 190000 Saint Petersburg, Russian Federation
Biannual festival run by Bird Art concert agency particularly focusing on jazz bands with female vocalists. Dates: Apr & Oct.
Bronnitskata str 24, St Petersburg, 190031, Russian Federation
The Mikael Tariverdiev International Organ Competition is a unique international project launched in Russia in the end of 90's. Its significance for professional organists can be compared with the role of Tchaikovsky Competition for pianists and violinists. It is held every two years in different cities of the world, inc Europe and America, with the final tour taking place in Kaliningrad, the most western Russian city. Prizes: Monetary awards and solo recitals. Dates: Selection rounds April-Aug; final rounds Sept.
Kosmodamianskaya naberezhnaya 52, bld 8, 115054 Moscow
Tours throughout Russia and other countries as invited. Programmes inc Jewish liturgical and national music, popular Jewish and Russian songs. Up to 15 professional and 40 amateur performances per year.
2-ya Parkovaya ul, 4-24, 105037, MOSCOW
Undergrad preparatory course, inc study of Russian; main undergrad course (exams in specialism, ear tests and harmony, Russian, pno). Postgrad courses available in organ; accompaniment; string, wind and br instruments; opera and orch conducting, choral direction; chmbr music; solo singing; comp.
Bolshaya Nikitskaya street 13/6, 125009 Moscow, Russian Federation
B Nikistkaya ul 9, 125009 Moscow
The Musical Olympus International Festival is a parade of winners of the major international musical competitions. The festival concerts are held at the best venues of Saint Petersburg: the Mariinsky Theatre Concert Hall, the Grand hall of the St.Petersburg Philharmonic, the Academic Cappella and the Hermitage Theatre. Young talented musicians perform with St.Petersburg Symphony Orchestra, the Mariinsky Symphony Orchestra, the Symphonic Orchestra of the Academic Cappella.
Korablestroiteley str. 14, St.Petersburg, 199226, Russian Federation
PO Box 241, St Petersburg 191186
Novosibirsk Theatre is one of the largest theatres in the country. It is unique regarding its size and the swing of its creative life. The theatre is called the Age mate of Vicory. Evacuated treasures of Moscow and Leningrad were safe kept in the theatre during the 1940-1945 war. The Opera House is the most beautiful building in Novosibirsk. This project received the Gold Medal of Paris World Exhibition in 1937. Throughout its history the Theatre has produced more than 340 opera and ballet productions, many of which were included in the “gold reserve” of the national theatre.