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Moscow International House of Music. Svetlanov Hall.
Moscow

Moscow International Music House, House of Music - multi-cultural center, one of the largest in Russia and the World Philharmonic complexes, aiming at the development of contemporary performing arts. In three rooms of house music - Svetlanov, chamber, theater, and the scene of summer cafe "Music terrace" (in fact, the fourth concert stage center) on a daily basis are performances by Russian and foreign symphony orchestras, chamber ensembles, solo instrumentalists, opera singers and ballet, theater, jazz, pop and folk groups, international forums and festivals, recitals and presentations, gala shows and conferences.

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Uploaded: 01/07/2011
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