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Online Exhibitions and Theater Performances from Russia
April 15, 2020 13:13


Since March, the cultural life of the Russian capital city has changed its format and moved to the web. A number of museums, theaters and art galleries have prepared new online programs for the global audience.

The Tsaritsyno Museum-Reserve has prepared an extensive virtual program. During quarantine, you can find out the peculiarities of the ruling style of Empress Catherine II and embark on the “Journey from Peterhof to Tsaritsyno”. Local Photo Collections will make it possible for you to wander around the Tsaritsyno Park at different times of the year, see the Grand Palace from a bird's eye view and visit the luxurious halls of the Imperial House. The site of the Tsaritsyno Museum-Reserve also has a lot of interesting things to show, with its collection containing the art objects, which are usually presented in show cases.

The Mayakovsky Museum invites you to virtual exhibitions dedicated to poet Vladimir Mayakovsky and his sister, who popularized the works of her brother. Several exhibitions are dedicated to the creative heritage of the futurist poet.

The Moscow Astronautics Museum, like many other cultural centers, has prepared an online program with exhibits and excursions. The exhibition “Who Will be Selected to Become Astronauts” will introduce viewers to the participants of the first ever space squad. The project "Yuri Gagarin: the First Space Flight" will reveal the details of the biography of the famous test pilot.

The Scriabin Memorial Museum has organized an internet channel with classical music concerts and prepared exhibitions dedicated to the life and work of the outstanding Russian composer.

The Moscow State Philharmonic has launched the Home Season project, in which famous Russian musicians will perform for on-line listeners. The series of unusual concerts was opened by Denis Matsuev.


The Sovremennik Theater has launched a Literary Soirees Marathon with the theater’s actors reading Anton Chekhov’s short stories.

The Stanislavsky Electric Theater has prepared drama performances, operas and lectures. New performances will be available on the Theater Vkontakte page.

The Alexandrinsky Theater invites you to watch their plays remotely.


The Pushkin Museum welcomes you to virtual tours of the current exhibitions. For children, the curators prepared a special program in applications and social networks.

You can take a virtual walk around the Hermitage Museum as well. Besides, on the museum’s website you can watch a new iPhone single-shot film about the museum.

The Moscow Museum of Modern Art has prepared the project “At Home with MMOMA” for adults and children: it provides a whole range of online classes, courses, lectures, and educational videos.

The State History Museum offers visiting virtual exhibitions dedicated to life in ancient Moscow.

 




Author: Vera Ivanova

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