OPENING CEREMONY:

Monday, Feb. 24

Royal Festival Hall

Tchaikovsky Symphony Orchestra concert

The Tchaikovsky orchestra is Russia’s oldest symphony orchestra. It was founded in 1930 and has a reputation as one of the best in the world. Its artistic director and chief conductor Vladimir Fedoseyev  has previously served as principal conductor of the Vienna Symphony.

Tuesday, Feb. 25


Tabernacle Theatre 

«Crystal World» of Victor Pelevin

Director: Sergei Shchedrin

Wednesday, Feb 26

Waterstones, Piccadilly Среда, 26 февраля 2014, 18.30


“Le Cirque де Charles le Tannnes” will perform The Frog Princess fairy-tale (version for adults)

Director: Elena Novikova

Thursday, Feb. 27

Erarta Gallery

Erarta’s London gallery presents the exhibition Red Gift, an exploration of the Krasnodar region of Russia through the intensely expressive paintings of Dmitry Kochanovich, Sergey Yashin and Vladimir Migachev.


Thursday, Feb. 27

The evening of Russian cuisine in Mari Vanna

Friday, Feb. 28

Mayfair Hotel Cinema


A retrospective of Russian prize-winners movies and animation of non-fiction festival ‘A message to a human’ directed by Alexei Uchitel.

Saturday, March 1

Guildhall


British-Russian Gala concert

CLOSING CEREMONY:

Sunday, March 2

Trafalgar Square

Maslenitsa Festival and concert including Russia’s bands and musiciants

For more information visit the website www.maslenitsa.co.uk