Events in Moscow

Art, music and cultural events are essential part of Moscow life, the world famous ballet and opera at The Bolshoi, and a concert of iconic musician or singer such as Al Jarreau, Mark Knopfler, Elton John, Joe Cocker, UB 40 can be discovered in Russian capital. Our Events calendar will keep you up to date on what's happening locally in Moscow.

Events in Moscow, February 2017

Artplay, Moscow

Rink overlook the Yauza, Andronicus monastery and the historical center of Moscow. Cloakrooms, skates rental, shop with skate sharpening, cafe, an observation d...


Sokolniki Park, Moscow

The Gorka is a renovated ice-hill for sledge driving and tubing. 45 minutes of real winter fun will cost 200-400 rubles – it depends on the day of the week an...


Gorky Park, Moscow

This year it’s Gorky Park who is first to open an ice rink. And not a simple one: the project is made by modern street artists and the opening will gather NZCA Lines from UK and Deep Fried Friends. Come get lost in ice labyrinth, dance to synth pop and Peruvian motives, enjoy the magic illumination.   

Events in Moscow, March 2017

Moscow

How did the political thaw of 1953-68 - the period of great expectations - feel to Russian capital? Let's find out through the prism of social life, science, cinema, literature, music and fine art. The exhibition includes canvas by Jury Zlotnikov, Alexander Labas, and other painters, "paper architecture” by NRE (New Resettlement Element - futuristic urban project), the World Exhibition 1967 samples, photos, jazz concerts records, first editions of collections by Evtushenko, Voznesensky, Sapgir, Rozhdestvensky, re-editions of works by Pasternak and Mandelstam, and many more. 


Lumiere Brothers Gallery, Moscow

2017 is when Russia celebrates 200 years since the birth of the pride of the country - Ivan Aivazovsky. In his works the sea is an independent character having its own personality and mood. The new exhibition differs from others both in visual content and in technical support; visitors are invited to have a whole new experience and admire canvas in dynamics. Nikolay Roerich was more a man of mountains, and you can feel the energy of his canvas at the same exhibitional hall.


Lumiere Brothers Gallery, Moscow

Igor Gnevashev (1936-2016) came to photography during the epoch of Khrushchev Thaw, but even for that period there was too much truth in photos taken by him. Rolan Bykov called his works “the mastery of simplicity”; unfortunately leading magazines were not ready for such kind of art. He started to document filming and worked with Sergey Bondarchuk, Andrey Tarkovsky, Eldar Ryazanov, Nikita Mikhalkov and many other directors. His photo of Jury Jakovlev was placed on the cover of the book “Icons 1960-1980”, and his chronicle of Russian cinema was awarded with “Golden Eye of Russia”