Moscow. Kremlin. The museum of Moscow Kremlin. Our special correspondent Alexey Nevsky. Yesterday, on the 10th of October, “Polish Gifts” international festival opened in Kremlin Armory and is going to last for two weeks.
As our special correspondent reports from the ground, famous Russian and foreign musicians are expected to play classic at this international festival. It’s notable that a well-known German company KNAUF supported the event as an official partner.
At the festival’s opening, the head of the Corporate Communications Service, Leonid Los, delivered a welcome speech to the event’s participants and guests.
On the first day, the concert was held entitled “Worlds of Sergey Diaghilev. Russian Seasons.” Within the framework of the Third international festival “Polish Gifts”, the works of Russian composers were played by Brahms Trio ensemble, the Mariinsky Theatre’s performer, Askar Abdrazakov and a young Japanese pianist, Kanon Matsuda.
It is no coincidence that KNAUF acts as a partner with Kremlin Armory – the company has been rendering assistance in reconstruction of the Armory’s premises for years.