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Chess & Jazz Festival in Moscow
24.07.2019 17:58
Chess & Jazz Festival in Moscow

Visitors to the upcoming Chess & Jazz Festival will enjoy their favorite intellectual game and live music in the Hermitage Garden.

      Famous chess grandmasters will hold master classes for public as well as arrange demonstration games with each other.


      On the first day of the festival, music will be performed by GoGo Penguin. The live performances of the double bass player, pianist and drummer from Manchester are notable for their skillful improvisations. By the way, it will be the very first performance of this trio in Russia.


      Headlining the second day will be jazz vocalist Gregory Porter, a double Grammy award winner.


      
When: from 7 pm on July 26 and from 2 pm on July 27, 2019

      Where: the Hermitage Garden at the address 3, Karetny Ryad Street, next to
Chekhovskaya metro station, Moscow.

      
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Moscow Parks: the Hermitage Garden




Author: Vera Ivanova

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