Wooden Gods from Perm region, Tuvinian throat singing, an Australian version of Porgy and Bess and other events
Russia's top museums develop new systems for marking their showpieces with secret symbols to prevent theft
Moscow affirms a steady trend of Russo-British normalization and emphasizes that both countries are against any negative impact that political fluctuations might have on their relationship
An important stop on the highway to Archangelsk, Velsk also offers interesting architectural monuments and a center for the study of traditional arts and culture
Nobel Prize winner Solzhenitsyn’s anniversary; a grand festival of classical music; a night marathon of the year’s best commercials; and Balkan rock and American jazz
Vasily Sinaisky, the head conductor and musical director of the Bolshoi Theater, has filed his resignation from the Bolshoi Theater, Vladimir Urin, general director of the Bolshoi Theater, told Interfax
There are more than 50 theaters in Moscow. Theater buffs are bound to find something to their liking in the Russian capital, whether they are visiting for a few days or making Moscow their home for a few years.
In their celebrations of America’s most traditional holiday, émigrés find a way to embrace an American identity while paying tribute to their roots
Mikhail Prokhrov is known in New York as the owner of the Brooklyn Nets, but now the charitable fund that bears his name is bringing art from Siberia to the borough
With over 250 events in the works, the year of cultural exchange between Russia and Britain will see an unprecedented showcase of Russian culture in the UK
Diana Vishneva, a Russian ballet dancer, presented her “On the Edge” project on the stage of Segerstrom Center for the Arts in California
Famous clowns from USA, France, Spain will come to the Global Clowns' Festival on November 14th
Yuri Bashmet unveiled his new project: the First All-Russian Youth Symphony Orchestra.
New European theater, German cinema, Ennio Morricone's concert, Plato's “The Republic” set to music, and more
"My History. The Romanovs", an exhibition to mark the 400th anniversary of the dynasty, opened in Moscow. It features 3D installations and interactive content
135 years ago, on November 5, 1878, in the provincial town of Khvalynsk, a baby boy was born to a shoemaker and maid: Kuzma Petrov-Vodkin, one of the most original Russian artists of the first decades of the 20th century. His works caused fierce controversy, ranging from enthusiastic praise to disdainful ridicule.
The Flacon exhibition and retail center in Moscow will soon host the Open Worlds Day festival, which opens on Nov. 1. The focus of the event is on comics, which are something of a new genre in Russia
The Mari people are one of the oldest ethnic groups living in the Russian Federation. Finno-Ugric peoples settled the territory in what is now European Russia dating back to prehistoric times.
Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs denies the involvement of the center in intelligence- gathering activities
Use your imagination to interpret Russsian nation's soul, admiring these pics. Today in Image'n'Nation: "The fantasy world of ants" by Russian photographer Andrei Pavlov.