Dear guests, we are pleased to present for you the announcement of interesting events in Moscow near our hotel in November:
September 17 - November 30, 2019
The Pushkin State Museum presents the exhibition “Russian Jordaens. Paintings and Drawings by Jacob Jordaens from Russian Collections,” which will feature landmark pieces of Flemish artist Jacob (Jacques) Jordaens and convey the interest shown for his works in Russia. The exhibition will be the first to present almost all of the master’s paintings and drawings that are held in Russian museums: the Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts, the State Hermitage Museum, the Ekaterinburg Museum of Fine Arts, the Nizhny Novgorod State Art Museum, and the Perm State Art Gallery. One of the works will be displayed courtesy of the Holy Trinity Cathedral of the Alexander Nevsky Lavra in St. Petersburg. The exhibition shall comprise 18 paintings and 31 drawings reflecting the milestones of Jordaens’s artistic journey, the diversity of his themes and genres, and the evolution of his style.
October 17, 2019 - February 16, 2020
The exhibition, dedicated to the 175th anniversary of Vasily Dmitrievich Polenov (1844-1927), represents the work of one of the representatives of Russian painters.
September 14 - December 14, 2019
The New Tretyakov Gallery is held the International Festival of Classical Chamber Music “T Festival” with the support of the Triumph Gallery.
“T Festival” - is 7 chamber concerts of the best world performers, a museum after closing, paintings of great artists of the twentieth century and space for communication.
Russian National Unity Day.
There will be held various entertainment programs for adults and children on the streets and parks of Moscow. This year the holiday will be especially bright, magnificent and solemn. The festive program will unfold on 30 venues throughout Moscow. The center of the holiday will be Red Square.
November 4 – December 8, 2019
On the day of national unity in the Central Exhibition Hall Manege opens a unique exhibition "Memory of Generations".
The exhibition will present for the first time in a single collection the iconic works of outstanding artists, sculptors and photographers from 44 museums and private galleries in Russian cities. They will talk about the path to Victory, and how the theme of the war was reflected in the fine arts of 1940-2010.
Parade on Red Square
Every year, on November 7, a march of valor and courage takes place on Red Square in Moscow. In memory of the great historical event, a majestic march of cadets, patriotic detachments, creative collectives takes place. Traditionally, the culmination is a thematic staged performance that visually conveys the events of those days. The day ends with a gala concert and fireworks.
November 6 - 10
The Moscow Planetarium will host the festive program “The Universe of Knowledge”, dedicated to the 90th anniversary of the country's main star house.
In the Great Star Hall on November 6 at 18:10 the premiere screening of the film "The Colorful Universe" will take place. Visitors will see the sky in different ranges of electromagnetic radiation, as well as unique celestial objects and phenomena.
On a free tour "Unknown Planetarium" you can see the telescopes and learn about all the secrets of the Moscow planetarium. The event will be held on November 6, 7 and 8. Beginning at 14:10. To visit the tour, you must buy a ticket to the Great Star Hall.
Events for children are organized in Lunarium, where a free tour "Interactive" will take place. Young visitors will try to create clouds and experience optical illusions. The tour will be held three times a day - at 12:00, 14:00 and at 16:00.
November 10 -20
The 11th Vivacello festival dedicated to the cello art will open in the Zaryadye concert hall.
VIVACELLO is the only festival in our country dedicated to violoncello music. It was created in 2008 thanks to the initiative of the famous cellist Boris Andrianov and the support of the cultural and charity foundation of Iveta and Tamaz Manasherovy U-Art: You and Art. The uniqueness of the festival lies in the fact that the violoncello is presented in completely different forms: it sounds with a jazz band and a guitar, accompanied by an orchestra and video art, in theatrical productions.