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Live Broadcasts of Russian Operas, Ballets and Symphonies
April 18, 2020 17:08

In the period of self-isolation and lockdown, would you like to make a virtual journey to the best Russian opera houses?
The Mariinsky Theater
The videos of the Mariinsky Theater performances sometimes show even more than is visible from some seats in the audience hall. So the option to watch them sitting at home might be even better than ​​going to one of the leading musical theaters in the world. Just open the site and tune in to the video broadcast. Here you can see the schedule and select a repertoire to your taste.

The Bolshoi Theater 
Despite the quarantine, the performers of the main Moscow theater will continue full-time work and stage productions online. On March 29, 2020, the ballet “Romeo and Juliet” was streamed on the Bolshoi’s website, and April 19, 2020, will see “The Jewels”.

D. D. Shostakovich Philharmonic
In the Dmitry Shostakovich Philharmonic, they have long gotten used to recording performances and conducting online broadcasts. Therefore, it can be visited even by those who cannot afford tickets. And for quarantine, this is obviously the most suitable option. Join concerts and other music performances on the website

Alexandrinsky Theater 
For the first time in its long history, the Alexandrinsky Theater has launched live online broadcasts of performances and premieres. You will be able to see the stage productions by the most prominent Russian and foreign directors in the Big Air project of the Tricolor operator. To access the broadcasts, you need to download the Tricolor Cinema and TV application, available in the App Store and Google Play. To top it all, in the theater’s group VKontakte you can watch informative lectures, master classes, meetings with theater figures, and concerts for children.

Alexandrinsky Theater (New Stage)
The New Stage of the Alexandrinsky Theater is a new place of power. Events on the New Stage can also be watched online. Broadcasts are in the official group VKontakte. Spectators will see performances by aspiring directors, concerts of modern music, lectures and events for children.

Tchaikovsky Concert Hall 
Annoying quarantine is no reason to miss out on wonderful music! The Moscow Philharmonic has announced online broadcasts of concerts that will take place in its main venue, the Tchaikovsky Concert Hall. The Home Season project is the declaration of love for music and the public. The musicians perform for free, traditionally appearing on stage at 7 pm. See the full schedule of concerts and venues on the official website of the Concert Hall

Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Stay Home Online Events Russian Opera Russian Ballet   

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