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29.08.2016
NIKOLAI PETROV’S INTERNATIONAL MUSICAL KREMLIN FESTIVAL

XV Jubilee International Musical Kremlin Festival Named After Nikolai Petrov

The XV Jubilee International Musical Kremlin Festival named after Nikolai Petrov will be held in the Pashkov House and the Armoury Chamber of the Moscow Kremlin from April 5th until April 13th, 2014.

In early April the Armoury Chamber of the Moscow Kremlin will follow its tradition and gather lovers of classical music for one of Moscow’s key cultural events – Nikolai Petrov’s International Musical Kremlin Festival that celebrates its XV Anniversary this year.

The International Musical Kremlin Festival was founded in 2000 by Nikolai Petrov – brilliant piano virtuoso, teacher, prominent public figure and Professor at the Moscow State Conservatory. The festival has been bearing the name of the untimely deceased musician since 2012.

The festival has been contributing to the national traditions of instrumental performance for a decade and a half uniting emerging and world-renowned musicians from around the globe. It knits together all those who generously devote themselves to music and art. Each year Musical Kremlin engages new performers and clears the way to a productive artistic life for young talents.

Over its years-long history the festival has introduced a number of dominant names to the artistic world and each of their owners has played an essential role in this spectacular musical event.

The Armoury Chamber of the Moscow Kremlin is a permanent venue for the festival. The grandeur of its museum interior, beautiful music and elegant audience create the unique atmosphere that the festival is known for. This year Musical Kremlin is going to expand its traditional scope and open with a one-of-a-kind concert in the Pashkov House.

Link to the official column of the festival

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