A Cat on a Hot Tin Roof - a new stage production by Kama Ginkas


The Moscow New Generation Theatre has delighted its audience with a new production by Kama Guinkas: "Cat on a Hot Tin Roof" by Tennesse Williams. A deeply touching work about the acceptance of oneself, of one's nature and personality. As always in Guinkas, we try to understand in a bunch of family relationships where love is and how to both not lose it and not lose oneself. The role of Big Daddy is played by a splendid Valery Barinov.

Daria Kotyukh's marathon of performances


An unprecedented event: Daria Kotyukh is making a marathon of shows today on October 19th: first, "Peer Gynt" will appear on stage in sand drawing with the Creato-Project Orchestra; then a premiere of Rimsky-Korsakov's opera "Mozart and Salieri" in the digital graphics design (2 performances) with the Saint-Petersburg Youth Opera, then "Mozart-Bach" concert dedicated to two geniuses. Never seen! We wish her every success!

Daria Kotyukh has created "Carmina Burana" by C. Orff


On October 12th and 13th, St. Petersburg music lovers were captivated by Carl Orff's "Carmina Burana" in digital graphics design by Daria Kotyukh.

Daria Kotyukh - Digital Graphics for Mozart's Requiem


Daria Kotyukh started this new season 2019-2020 with a world premiere: "Requiem" by Mozart for which she realized a digital graphics design in the St. Anne Church in St. Petersburg. It was her acclaimed by the audience debut in a new way of digital art that is close to her heart. The show was impressive and deserved a standing ovation.

Next performances are on October 2 and 3, 2019 with the Orchestra and Choir of the Youth Opera of St. Petersburg at the St. Anne Church.

Katerina Barsukova makes her debut in Poland


Katerina Barsukova makes her debut in Poland on Septembre 29th, 2019. She will present a world premiere of "Sheherazade" by N. Rimsky-Korsakov with the Sinfonia Varsovia orchestra conducted by Aleksandar Markovic. The event is all the more important since Katerina will perform at the Warsaw National Opera during the famous festival "Szalone Dni Muzyki". We wish her plenty of success!

The Moscow Russian Patriarchate Choir on tour in France


Le Choeur du Patriarcat russe de Moscou is back to France to delight the public of the three great festivals: Festival "Voix et musiques au Prieuré" (August 12), Festival "Musiques sacrées - Musique du monde" in Sylvanès (August 14) and Music Festival of Comminges (August 15). 

Bach on sand - a new video clip


A new video clip on "Bach on Sand" show by Katerina Barsukova, sand-art, & Dmitri Makhtin, violin, has just come out.

Imagine an old temple where time stops, where a dream becomes a reality just for a second, this unique second that will be immediately erased like a grain of sand flying to eternity ...

They brought the house down


A very nice review about the Moscow Russian Patriarchate Choir's debute in Ireland, Dundalk:

"The choir’s sound was extraordinary. In the seventeenth-century architecture of the church they achieved a punchiness that could have belonged to an ensemble five times their size. In louder passages, higher overtones bounced and crashed around the ceiling of the church and created a crackling effect that I couldn’t decide was in the building or in my ears.

It says a lot that this performance, which brought the house down, was only the third-best concert of the festival."


The Moscow Russian Patriarchate Choir on tour in Ireland


The Moscow Russian Patriarchate Choir makes its debut in Ireland at the "The Stations of the Sun" Festival on June 22nd, 2019. The Irish audience will hear a really special program from Ancient Orthodox singing to the masterpieces of great classic masters such as Tchaikovski, Rachmaninov and Sviridov, as well as the works of the contemporary composers John Tavener, who adopted Russian Orthodoxy, Vladimir Martynov and Alexander Beliaev.

The choir is eager to visit the Irish land of legend and ancient civilization, a land of song and music. 

Katerina Barsukova - Oratorio about the Holy Land. Farewell Hour in Jerusalem.


Katerina Barsukova took part in a great charity project. She had been worked for several months on a sand-decoration for the "Oratorio about the Holy Land. Farewell Hour in Jerusalem". The performance will be held on the occasion of the celebration of the Orthodox Easter in Sergiyev Posad on May 6th, 2019 with the singers of the Mariinsky Theatre, Choir of the Moscow Theological Academy and Philharmonic Choir « Yaroslavna », conducted by Vladimir Kontarev. The original idea of the project belongs to Sister Ephrosinia. 

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