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Cultural Center "Muscovite"
April 10, 2017 21:44


"Muscovite" is one of the largest concert venues in the south-east of Moscow and offers visitors a wide variety of entertainment, from classical drama performances to contemporary music bands.
The Cultural Center "Muscovite" is a grand massive building, with the main hall for a thousand seats, several small stages and lots of premises specially equipped for classrooms and studios.
"Muscovite" houses more than forty creative teams, including children's and youth dance studios, theatrical and art workshops, vocal-instrumental ensembles, hobby clubs, children's activity centers and even an animation studio. Such diversity gives an opportunity to choose absolutely any hobby you like.
In the breaks between the creative activities, the Cultural Center welcomes to performances of world-famous music and theater stars on its enormous stage. The audience will see  performers from Russia, Europe, Turkey and Asia. In addition, since 2013 the large stage has become the hub of the Modern Theater Festival "October Revolution", which presents plays by novice authors.
The Small Hall of the Cultural Center "Muscovite" is in full charge of the MosConcert performers. The visitos will see interesting recitals, solo performances and musical concerts of Russian pop stars. In addition, MosConcert actively cooperates with various symphony orchestras, including the famous Times of the Year. The hall boasts excellent acoustics, which provides maximum enjoyment from music performances.
The Cultural Center "Muscovite" is located at the address: 46/15, Volgogradsky Prospect, next to metro station Tekstilschiki. The official website of the Cultural Center "Muscovite"


Sources: https://kudago.com 

Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Cultural Center "Muscovite" Musical Theatres    

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