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Soloists of the Bolshoi Theater will perform in the open air again!

The Moscow city event calendar creats every year Muscovites and visitors of the capital with more and more interesting formats for recreation. So, for the second year in a row, theatergoers and connoisseurs of the classics can not leave Moscow in pursuit of the tours of their favorite theater, but enjoy singing the Bolshoi soloists under the open air. Petrovsky Palace, loudly declaring the project "Opera in the Palace" as far back as 2016, this season increased the number of evenings and prepared special packages that allow not only to enjoy the singing of people’s and honored artists of Russia, but also after the concert to admire the gastronomic reconstruction - the original menu, created by the hotel's chef, inspired by hotels imperial past.

The project "Opera in Palace" became one of the TOP 5 best events in the world according to Prestigious Stars Awards 2016 in London and this year the organizers do not intend to reduce the bar. Brunches in the open air, children's birthdays in the style of "Little Princess" and much more offers the hotel this season Muscovites and guests of the capital. "Feast of the Feasts" and "Daylight Illumination" are just a few epithets that the Palace deserved from the Muscovites.

To have a glass of sparkling and enjoy the opera Muscovites and guests of the capital can every Thursday from May 25, 2017 and until September 14, 2017. To find out the current program, to make reservation and learn more about the project, you can on the website or by phone: +7 495 633 66 33


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Andrey Shemyakin

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