Cultural choice for the best 7 events for the next 7 days
Director Alexander Barkar decided to reconsider Michael Bulgakov’s cult novel based on the principle of symphonism. This concept of music easily expands the principles into drama – the struggle for opposing principles, the development of multiple stories at once, and the multi-faceted nature. By the way, the main players in the production are Daria Moroz and Igor Mirkurbanov.
Raduga Disco Club is hosting a two-day party. First – DJ sets from Simple Symmetry and Masha Volum, and the next day – full power shows with i96y, Yssue, Raumtester, Mashkov and Laud Band. They also say that the lineup can be amazing.
The Voznesensky Center hosts a festival at the Peredelkino Writers’ House – it’s time to celebrate Andrei Voznesensky’s birthday. Guests can visit the book fair and three new exhibition projects, listening to the voices of the writers’ ducks in the play by Andrei Rodinov and Ekaterina Tropolskaya on their way to the Soviet era. The evening concludes with performances by Andrei Rodinov, Ilya Rubinstein and Alexei Nadzarov.
A series of poetry evenings resume in the secret room of the Richter Hotel – this time by Alexander Gordev, a multi-disciplinary artist.
At Deep Fried Friends Restaurant, chef Anton Kovalkov will make his debut outside of the season. Sorghum porridge on the menu with coconut milk with cherry and caramel oil, green shashlikka with zest, feta and wild garlic, baked eggs with hot parmesan and Caesar salad, catzu sando with sliced fire and slightly salted pumpkin. A package of biscuits with sweets, boiled milk and blueberries is offered.
Leveldva opens a private exhibition with photographer Yulia Trifonova. Chef Andrey Kaplunov has prepared a special menu, which includes a long-boiled beef shoulder blade with egg yolk, chicken soup with wontons, artichoke baked with yogurt. And two more author cocktails – aperitif Italian rose wine Coke liqueur and tequila with melon and lime. Sergey Oranzh will be responsible for accompanying the music on this day.
Daniel Zack creates his work with the help of a unique technique. The sculptor develops a special algorithm by translating the objects and events around us into programming language: the movement of the waves and the sun’s rays, as well as the wind. Therefore, each of its shapes is a reflection of many common, sometimes invisible events for us, often in a familiar way. For example, the Inflow series is for natural energy, but the plastic boundary series looks like a pile of sand.