Special programs prepared by museums, houses of culture and libraries

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Special programs prepared by museums, houses of culture and libraries

In 2007, he won the Paderewski Piano Competition in Poland, and in 2013 became a finalist at the Van Cliburn Piano Competition in Fort Worth. In 2014, Mndoyants topped the list of laureates of the III International Myaskovsky Competition for Young Composers.

The Cleveland International Piano Competition is held every three years for young musicians between the ages of 18 and 30. First Prize includes $ 75,000 in cash, New York debut solo concert, CD recording on Steinway Records & Sons.

A spring ball “Student Spring” will be held in Moscow, the press service of the Russian Youth Union reports.

The venue for the event will be the Moscow State University of Civil Engineering. The ball will be attended by about 500 students from more than 15 universities of the Central Federal District.

The program of the event includes three dance departments, a ballroom mail, a photo zone, musical divertissements with performances by creative teams from Moscow and the Moscow region, as well as a competition program in the directions “Best staged dance” and “Best dance couple”.

In total, the dance program will include over 10 classical dances.

The founders of the First Moscow Spring Student Ball are the Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation, “Russian Youth Union”, ASO of Russia.

The ball is held as part of the cultural program of the Moscow International Education Fair.

More than 1.5 thousand students of Moscow art schools have applied for grants from the Mayor of Moscow, the press center of the City Department of Culture reports.

In 2016, the grant fund is 2.6 million rubles.

Starting this year, grants will be divided into three degrees: 20 1st degree laureates will receive 50,000 rubles, 80 2nd and 3rd degree laureates – 25 and 15,000 rubles each.

The first round of the competition will be held in 10 nominations – playing the piano and organ, strings and wind instruments, folk and pop art, as well as painting, theater and choreography.

The second and third stages will take place in the summer of 2016. 300 participants will be admitted to the second stage, and 100 to the third.

The jury, which will evaluate the talents of the contestants, will include Vladimir Spivakov, Yuri Bashmet, Igor Butman, Nikolai Tsiskaridze, Vladimir Vasiliev, Nadezhda Babkina and others.

The awards ceremony will take place on November 3 at the Moscow International House of Music.

More than two thousand works were submitted to the Friends of the German Language competition, the press service of the Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation reports.

This year, works were sent from 69 subjects of the Russian Federation, as well as Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Moldova, Ukraine, the Republic of Belarus and Germany.

The leader in the number of participants from one region was the Omsk region (162 participants).

The competition is held in 10 nominations. The largest number of applications was received within the nomination of artworks (drawing) – 806 works. In the nomination “Family” (“My family tale”) – 262 works and the ethnographic nomination (“Herzlich willkommen in …”) – 245 works.

The names of the laureates in each of the nominations will be published starting from April 2016 on the official page of the Competition.

The competition is held to popularize the German language and culture. Its organizers are the International Union of German Culture (ICCC) with the support of the Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation, the Federal Agency for Ethnic Affairs, the Goethe-Institut in Moscow, the Helmholtz in Moscow and the Central Administration of Schools Abroad in Moscow (ZfA).

A presentation of a new creative project by composer Igor Krutoy – a disc of songs for children “Draw this World” took place in the capital.

The new collection includes popular songs that have repeatedly sounded in large-scale television projects for children, as well as musical premieres. 

Some compositions not only became real musical hits, but a kind of anthem for children’s charity projects. Thus, “Christmas Song”, written with words by Igor Nikolaev, was created for the charity project “Christmas Song of the Year”, which annually brings together more than 3,000 children from orphanages and boarding schools in Russia, and the song “Dreaming a Dream” (lyrics by Igor Nikolaev) was created specially for the charitable foundation “No Orphanhood”. 

“Working with children, writing for children is as pleasant as it is responsible. I would like to please, not to deceive the expectations of the little listener, ”said Igor Krutoy.

Russian pop stars came to congratulate the composer: Igor Nikolaev, Ani Lorak, Dominik Joker, Valeria and Joseph Prigogine, Oleg Gazmanov and other popular musicians. 

The honorary guests of the evening were representatives of the Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation: First Deputy Minister of Education and Science of the Russian Federation Natalya Tretyak, Deputy Minister of Education and Science Veniamin Kaganov, as well as Director of the FSAU GNII ITT “Informika” Kirill Kazakov. 

“This is a rather important project, it allows our children to reveal their talents, it forms in them the brightest, kindest feelings, love for their family, for their homeland, friendship, mutual support,” Natalya Tretyak emphasized. “And it is important that from a very young age our guys grow up as real people.”

The Deputy Head of the Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation noted that such projects should be replicated throughout the Russian Federation, expressed confidence in its success and said that the ministry would support such programs. 

As part of the event, a presentation of the beginning of cooperation between the Sochi Park theme park and the Igor Krutoy Academy of Popular Music took place.

All-Russian youth historical quest “To Berlin!” will be held on April 16, according to the Federal Agency for Youth Affairs.

The quest will be dedicated to the final campaign, which marked the victory of Soviet troops over Nazi Germany. He will introduce the participants to the main stages of the Berlin offensive.

The game will take place according to a scenario in which the events of the operation will be presented in chronological order.

Any citizen of the Russian Federation over the age of 14 can become a participant in the quest. To register for the event, you must contact the head of the regional offices of the Victory Volunteers before April 15.

All-Russian public movement “Volunteers of Victory” conducts quests to study the history of the Great Patriotic War. About 30 thousand people took part in the quests “Blockade of Leningrad” and “Battle of Stalingrad”.

Library Night 2016 will be held in Moscow from 23 to 24 April.

The main event of the action will be “Library Night on Triumfalnaya”. Writers, poets, journalists and musicians will perform in front of the guests.

Themed pavilions will operate on the square. Visitors will also be able to participate in sweepstakes and hero definition essay conclusion flash mobs.

Most of the events are timed to coincide with the Year of Russian Cinema. The Cinema Library named after S.M. Eisenstein, “Library Night” will be dedicated to the 25th anniversary of the legendary “Kinotavtra”. The guest will be the creator of the festival, producer Mark Rudinstein.

The Moscow Cinema chain of cinemas will host free screenings of legendary films – Solaris, Andrei Rublev, A Few Days in the Life of I.I. Oblomov “,” Garnet Bracelet “and others.

Museums, cultural centers and libraries have prepared special programs.

The full program of events will be posted by April 18 on the website yalublyumoskvu.rf.

“Moscow will celebrate the Day of Historical and Cultural Heritage, according to the press service of the Moscow Department of Culture.

More than 450 events await Muscovites and guests of the city, including exhibitions, lectures, quests and concerts.

More than 200 sites will be involved in the action: museums, parks, libraries, theaters and cinemas. More than 130 museums will open their doors free of charge and conduct holiday tours.

On this day, more than 40 quests will be held in the city, where you can get acquainted with the history and architecture of Moscow.

Special programs will be prepared by the State Darwin Museum, V.A. Tropinin, State Literary Museum, Muzeon Park of Arts, Vorontsovo and Kuskovo estates, N.V. Gogol, the theater on Malaya Bronnaya and other cultural institutions.

The coordinator of the Days of Historical and Cultural Heritage of Moscow is the Moscow Center for Museum Development.

Domestic films, included in the list of the top 100, will be shown to children for free, the press service of the Ministry of Culture of the Russian Federation reports.

“Unfortunately, it’s hard to find time in the busy schedule of study sessions, but since these films are an excellent tool for studying history and literature, we came up with the idea that they will be shown in cinemas,” said Russian Minister of Culture Vladimir Medinsky.

He added that teachers or educators will take children to cinemas.