On August 15, 1990, Victor Tsoi, widely accepted as the founder of Russian rock, lost his life in a car accident. RBTH presents a collection of his most popular songs.
A pop group of triplets, who use traditional instruments, released a Korean version of 'Delfini.'
This year’s Spasskaya Tower festival will be dedicated to 70th anniversary of WWII victory
RBTH's guide to the music makers you need to know
Anna Netrebko, Thomas Hampson, and Deborah Voigt will give master classes at the Academy
Famed musical competition welcomes new generation
Celebrated Russian baritone Dmitri Hvorostovsky, who was recently diagnosed with a brain tumor, will undergo medical treatment at one of London's cancer hospitals, a source close to the singer's family told Interfax on June 25
Two thirds of contestants in piano category eliminated in 1st round after large numbers allowed through auditions
Siberian shadow dancers reached the finals of British talent show
Performances will be staged in Perth and Melbourne
Albina Shagimuratova and Julia Lezhneva to perform at Covent Garden
'A Million Voices' beaten to top spot by Sweden's 'Heroes'
Young singer receives support from former entrants and Moscow police
Yuri Temirkanov awarded 'A Life for Music' prize in Italy
Valery Gergiev and Denis Matsuev on tour in Spain, France
The pop star will perform her song “A million voices”
Organizers for the contest, held every four years, received submissions from 44 countries
At the Grammy awards on Sunday, Feb. 8, the choral group Conspirare from Austin, Texas took home the award for “Best choral performance” for their program of Russian Orthodox hymns and prayers entitled “The Sacred Spirit of Russia”
Musicians from U.S., France, Italy and Germany to feature on juries of Russia’s most respected music contest
Two British musicians delving into the musical roots of folk bands