Concert Zoloto. Last Sunday of summer at the Jewish Museum Automatic translate
Еврейский музей и центр толерантности
ул. Образцова, д. 11, стр. 1А
August 25, 2019, Sunday
The Jewish Museum and Tolerance Center says goodbye to the summer: on the last Sunday of August, the museum prepared a program of free events for visitors of all ages. In the afternoon there will be a children’s play “Everything in a row”, adults at this time will be able to visit sightseeing tours of the main exhibition. In the evening, the Zoloto band will perform a special concert on the veranda of the museum. The entrance to the museum will be free throughout the day.
Program of events:
12:00 - opening of the museum
14:00 - performance for children “Everything in a row” (4+)
Have you talked with tea for a long time? Did you manage to get off the ground at least a meter? Where is the pain hiding? Or is she not at all? The main characters of the play - squirrel, elephant, bug and others - will try to philosophically answer these questions. The play was created based on four fairy tales from the collection of the Dutch writer Toon Tellegen, "Not Everyone Can Fall." The action takes place visiting the author: we will go to Amsterdam, where Tellegen comes up with his own plots.
13:00, 15:00, 17:00 - sightseeing tour "From antiquity to perestroika"
Together with the guides, museum visitors will go on a journey through the centuries-old history of the Jewish people in Russia and abroad, as well as get acquainted with its culture and religious tradition. Visiting excursions is paid, a ticket can be purchased on the museum website or at the box office.
20:30 - concert of the Zoloto band
Zoloto is an original electronic music with experimental male vocals, boring lyrics and bright interspersed live instruments. Project frontman Vladimir Zolotukhin is known as a former member of Cardio Beat and a semi-finalist of the X-Factor Russia show.
On the veranda of the Jewish Museum, Zoloto will perform songs from his latest album, "8 Months in Vegas." Most accurately, perhaps, about the work of Zoloto said musical critic of Kommersant Boris Barabanov:
“… These are songs that were waiting for those who did not have a relationship with hip-hop and who turned back from teenage viral hits. Zolotukhin found a promising formula for adult pop music: pinched guitar busting, restrained beat, melodic moves reminiscent of the Brothers Grim, Boombox, Leonid Agutin and Sergey Sirotkin.
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