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St. Petersburg Planetarium No. 1 welcomes you to the Organ Music Festival that kicks off on January 29, 2021 A total of 7 concerts are going to be held, each of them dedicated to a particular planet.


The Epiphany Festival is not only a long-term New Year's ritual of the New Opera Theatre and one of the best opera festivals in Moscow, but also an homage to the theater's founder, conductor Yevgeny Kolobov.


From January 18 to February 12, 2021, Moscow will be hosting the Second Winter International Art Festival under the art direction of People's Artist of the USSR, Maestro Yuri Bashmet.


The Christmas Festival of Sacred Music in the Moscow House of Music is dedicated to one of the most important and favorite holidays of all Christians in the world and will be held from January 14 to 24, 2021


From December 10 to 16, 2020, the XIX International Dance Open Ballet Festival will be held in St. Petersburg with the state support of the Culture Committee of the Russian Federation


Prior to the hot ceremony of burning the big Maslenitsa Dummy, partake in folk outdoor games and enjoy folklore ensembles performing traditional Russian songs, ditties and chants.


The Moscow Shrovetide festival opens a series of entertaining and enchanting city festivities of Moscow Seasons.


February 23 will see WARRIOR 2020 - an international knightly tournament and a unique medieval show unfolding in Moscow.


A fairytale ice town has reappeared at the walls of the famous Peter and Paul Fortress of Saint Petersburg. Fantasy ice animals inhabiting it are waiting for you!


The largest winter fair of the year traditionally opens in the main square of Moscow in late November and runs until the end of February.


This December, Moscow has again turned into a large festive venue, with thousands of free open-air performances, concerts, ice ballets and master classes.


The ENEA, Moscow, is hosting a festival dedicated to Baikal, the deepest lake on the planet. All comers are welcome for free.


On November 2 to 4, Tverskaya and Manezhnaya Squares of Moscow will become pedestrian zones with lots of entertainment, fairs and performances. Visitors will get acquainted with the creativity and cuisines of different nationalities of Russia and make souvenirs as a keepsake.


For the first ten days of September, Moscow will once again plunge into a series of entertaining, cultural, sports and intellectual events in honor of its 872th anniversary.


Virtuoso vocals, ancient instruments, and music stars the Barocco Nights Festival will present rare and virtuosic compositions of various genres, which sound modern and fresh again today.


Do you think Russian fashion has remained in textbooks and museums only? No way! Red is the hit of the season again!


The biggest summer open-air music festival of Moscow, Afisha Picnic, will take place in Kolomenskoye Museum Reserve on August 3, 2019. It traditionally features A-listers, with The Cure headlining this year.


Meet the Tinkoff Stereoleto 2019 featuring soul singer Rag'n'Bone Man, Russian pop rock band Mumiy Troll, fascinating Norwegian singer AURORA, the most talked about I3PEAK band and the most furious American band, Algiers! And there is more!


The largest festival of fancy dresses and trending music returns to Saint Petersburg and featurs Audiofly, Timujin, Parallels, Monolink, and many others.


On July 6 and 7, 2019, the 5th Igor Butman International Festival Jazz Seasons will take place at the Museum-Reserve Gorki Leninskie.


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