Contemporary Museum of Calligraphy gave classical music concert

The last Sunday the Contemporary Museum of Calligraphy has briefly turned into a chamber concert hall, as Galina Skobeleva (laureate of the international competitions and performer in Stanislavsky and Nemirovich-Danchenko Moscow Academic Musical Theatre) and Natalia Anurova (laureate of the international competitions, performer in the Russian National Orchestra directed by Mikhail Pletnev) gave a brilliant performance of the pieces by Jean-Marie Leclair and Eugene Ysaye, immersing the audience into the air of the 17th-19th century France.

Later a talk about multidimensional branches of art, global exhibitions in Paris, the Belgian crown, the violin school and much more, followed.