enjoye listening to the best Russian violinists...they performed the pieces from Glinka, Mussorgsky, etc.
I've recently discovered there are frequent free concerts in Rakhaminov's Hall and in the Small Hall of the Conservatory, offering a great chance to attend classical music events that are somewhat less mainstream. The schedule is on the website. I attended a well-curated selection of pieces by Moscow composers from the 1960s and a gala by young award-winning violinists supported... More
Almost finished renovation of the wonderful concert hall. there are 2 main hall - called big and small which represents their capacity of seats. Big hall has a best acoustics in all Moscow, with superb variation of concerts - classical, performed by Russian and top-world performers, tango and solo. considering tickets - parterre is good, might be price, parterre in... More
My wife and I regularly attend concerts at the Moscow Conservatory. Having been in Moscow for 14-plus years, visits there are a regular feature of our cultural life and one of the reasons we stay here. The concerts are affordable and consistently of extremely high caibre. Just approaching the building, you are are often greeted by a symphony of voices... More
The acoustic of the Big Hall is the best one in Russia, both for solo piano and gray orchestra. The history of the Big Hall is attracting leading musicians of the world. The public is very demanding, but warm.
There are several halls, usually the concerts are either in the Grand Hall, Small Hall or Rakhmaninov Hall. All of them are good. The Grand hall of the Moscow conservatory is magnificent! Top notch acoustics, the sound is terrific. The hall is very beautiful, there are portraits of great composers there. It's definately the best hall in Moscow.
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