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Watch a Concert at Garage Museum

Garage Museum of Contemporary Art launches its self-isolation program.

Verevka Ensemble Anna Antipova / Garage Museum of Contemporary Art

Garage Museum of Contemporary Art is launching a series of online events and activities today with an unusual concert. The St. Petersburg group Verevka Ensemble will give an online concert of microtonal improvisation. The 90-minute concert, which begins at 7 p.m. Moscow time, will be performed on acoustic guitars with bows. It’s part of the “Quiet, Please” program of concerts at the museum.

There’s more information about the group and concert in English here, along with the link to start watching. 

While you’re in a Garage art kind of mood, check out their “landing page” of events in Russian here

Note that Moscow does not observe daylight savings time and is now three hours ahead of London and seven hours ahead of New York.

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