We invite all fans of chamber classical music to visit the “Russian Musical Seasons” in one of the most magnificent ancient buildings of St. Petersburg - in the palace of Grand Prince Vladimir. This monumental building is a masterpiece of architecture - majestic and elegant, made in the best traditions of the great Renaissance.
Tickets without service charge! For guides and excursion groups discounts!
We welcome all the lovers of russian culture to the conert-show "Rusian Musical Seasons" in Romanov dynasty palace.
Before the concert all the guests of the palace will be welcomed with a glass of champagne. Everyone will be invited to a small tour through the palace rooms to get familiar with the life of a noble family. The museum curator will reveal the secrets of the famous family. You can also expect a little surprise from professional artist – your personal silhouette.
The main event of the evening is a concert-show of classical music! The program includes a collection of outstanding compositions written by Russian composers, you will hear an extraordinary vocal of Mariinsky theatre soloists and unique performance of young talents of Russia, and the last but not the least, you will know a lot of interesting facts and stories about Russian composers and composers whose life is connected with Russia.
The evening will immerse you into the unforgettable atmosphere of the time of the Russian aristocracy!
- 2-hour classical music experience at St Petersburg’s Palace
- Visit of the unique palace of the Romanov dynasty (Tsar's family of Russia)
- Sip on a glass of sparkling wine and see the beautiful main halls of the house on a pre-concert tour
- Professional guide will tell you secret facts about the Palace and its owners
- Enjoy a 1-hour concert in the magnificent Hall, performed by a St Petersburg orchestra, vocal singers of Mariinsky theatre and Young talents of Russia
- Absorb the splendid setting as you enjoy music by Russian composers such as Tchaikovsky, Stravinsky, Prokofiev etc.
The palace of Grand Duke Vladimir Alexandrovich was built in the second half of the XIX century for the son of Emperor Alexander II Vladimir. The architect of the palace project was the architect A. Rezanov, who was known by that time as one of the founders of the Cathedral of Christ the Savior in Moscow. The opening of the palace was timed to a solemn event - the marriage of Grand Duke Vladimir Alexandrovich with the Duchess of Mecklenburg-Schwerin in 1874.
Today the palace belongs to the Russian Academy of Sciences, and therefore was named "House of Scientists". Academy of Sciences all this time carefully keeps the magnificent décor of the ceremonial halls, the grandeur of the grand duke's offices. The palace is located on the embankment of the Neva River opposite the Peter and Paul Fortress, next to the Winter Palace. Outwardly, the building resembles an Italian palazzo of the 15th century. The palace has a magnificent grand staircase, exquisite interiors, in which the most diverse styles are represented: from the Renaissance, rococo to the Russian style.