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The tickets were hard to get online for this particular concert. And when we got them in the end, on the day of the concert, they were expensive. The performance itself was world class especially the conductor. The first half of this particular concert was...More
Some of my favorite pianists are from here. I could hear many pianos from open windows. It has three concert halls then everyday they have concert. I found Rachmaninoff hall . There is only small plate.
The Grand Hall needs no introduction, one must come here and experience it his/herself.
While waiting for your show, you could visit the Oval Hall and learn a little more about the history of this place.
I come here often, and I am still getting...More
This is a lovely concert hall (with comfortable chairs, which is rather rare...).
We enjoyed a great concert with wonderful seats, great acoustics and a cheap price tag (apx. 30 US$ per ticket).
A perfect way to spend an evening.
We went to 2 concerts one in the main hall and one in a smaller room in the side building. Amazing acoustics and the level of the performers extraordinary. If you are classical buff [like me] or just like good music, it is a MUST....More
Sitting in the Great Hall for a concert at the superb Moscow Conservatory is a treat. The acoustics of the room are fantastic, and it's awe-inspiring to see the portraits staring into the room. The ticket managers speak little to no English, but they will...More
Heard a wonderful performance by Nikolai Lugansky- world class pianist in considerable demand with the best orchestras around the world.
Book directly with the box office, be patient and they're very helpful-don't get ripped off by agencies, there's no need to deal with them!
I've recently discovered there are frequent free concerts in Rakhaminov's Hall and in the Small Hall of the Conservatory, offering a great chance to attend classical music events that are somewhat less mainstream. The schedule is on the website. I attended a well-curated selection of...More