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Denis Matsuev, a Remarkable Russian Pianist at Royal Festival Hall – 20 Jan

Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky: The Seasons, Op.37b

Franz Liszt: Mephisto Waltz No.1


Robert Schumann: Kreisleriana, Op.16

Sergey Rachmaninov: Sonata No.2 in B flat minor, Op.36 (vers. rev. 1931)

Denis Matsuev has established himself as a remarkable pianistic force.

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Ensemble Productions presents Russian Season in London 2015

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Venera Gimadieva sings Rachmaninoff in a celebration of Tatar Music - 1 April

 ‘Pearls of Tatar Music’ at Royal Festival Hall

April 1, 2015


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The British premiere of the Oratorio St. Matthew Passion by Metropolitan Hilarion Alfeyev - 8 February

Ensemble Productions Presents the British premiere of the oratorio St. Matthew Passion by Metropolitan  Hilarion Alfeyev will take place on 8 February 2015 at London’s prestigious Cadogan Hall. It promises to be one of the most significant events outside Russia presenting the musical heritage of the Orthodox Church.

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The Russian Virtuosi of Europe with Boris Grenbenshikov 9 January at Cadogan Hall

This is a concert you will be glad you came to! The Russian Virtuosi of Europe together with the Father of Russian Rock, Boris Grebenshikov will show you the true meaning of Virtuosi in their concert at Cadogan Hall on January 9.   

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Victoria Daineko Live in London - 5 Feb 2015 @ Dstrkt London

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The Russian Ballet Icons Gala 2015 will celebrate its 10th anniversary in a special retrospective performance dedicated to the history of Russian Ballet

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Eugene Onegin by Vakhtangov State Academic Theatre of Russia on 18-21 February 2015

Vakhtangov State Academic Theatre of Russia

Eugene Onegin

by Alexander Pushkin

18 - 21 February 2015 / 19:00

Tickets: £10–55

Conceived with breathtaking beauty and poetic poignancy by one of Russia’s most prestigious companies, this is the first-ever theatrical adaptation of Pushkin’s novel in verse.

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The World's End Market

You’d be forgiven for thinking that from the outside, World’s End Market looks like an old fashioned pub and perhaps this is the main pinnacle of its instant charm. Make it through the front door and you’ll be surprised to learn that this is actually a rather trendy restaurant and late night bar with a modern and quirky feel. As the name may suggest, World’s End Market serves up a flavoursome selection of dishes and sources all of it’s fresh ingredients from local produce.

A culinary first for the hip end of the King’s Road, the food here is simplistic to really savour the good quality of meat and fish on offer, nothing is prepared beforehand and this is reflected in the freshness of the dishes. Colchester Oysters seem to be the favoured choice of appetiser here and rightfully so as they come served with the restaurant’s delicious market sauce to really create an appetite for what’s to come.