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Moscow on Wednesday: Legends, Bombs and Virtuosos

Virtuosos of Moscow Chamber Orchestra performs Telemann, Kancheli, Boccherini and Sumera. Soloist and conductor Andres Mustonen (violin).

Legend: Brian Helgeland tells the story of twin gangsters Reggie and Ronnie Kray, two of the most notorious criminals in British history, and their organized crime empire in the East End of London during the 1960s. Stars Tom Hardy, Emily Browning and Taron Egerton. In English; Russian subtitles.

Pyat Zvyozd-Novokuznetskaya. In the Arkadia mall, 8 Sredny Ovchinnikovsky Pereulok. Metro Novokuznetskaya. 495-916-9169. At 3:10, 8:05 and 10:35 p.m.

Norwegian Cinema: Louder Than Bombs: The fractious family of a father and his two sons confront their different feelings and memories of their deceased wife and mother, a famed war photographer. Directed by Joachim Trier, stars Jesse Eisenberg, Rachel Brosnahan and Amy Ryan. In English and French; Russian subtitles.

Formula Kino Gorizont. 21/10 Komsomolsky Prospekt. Metro Frunzenskaya. 800-250-8025. At 7:30 p.m.

Virtuosos of Moscow Chamber Orchestra performs Telemann, Kancheli, Boccherini and Sumera. Soloist and conductor Andres Mustonen (violin). Dom Muzyki Svetlanov Hall. 52 Kosmodamianskaya Naberezhnaya, Bldg. 8. Metro Paveletskaya. 495-730-1011. At 7 p.m.

Leo Records: TriO, the Orchestra of Moscow Composers Ensemble of Soloists, the Andrei Solovyov Ensemble, Goat's Notes and guests. Kozlov Club. 16 Olimpiisky Prospekt, Bldg. 2, at the Art&Shock Complex. Metro Prospekt Mira. 926-952-0077. At 8:30 p.m.

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