The World Calligraphy Museum will hold consultations with leading experts of the Center for the Study of Handwriting under the leadership of Larisa Drygval
April 26, 2020 at 15:00 at the World Calligraphy Museum there will be a master class on the topic “Career Guidance on Handwriting. Find your way," and by appointment, consultations will be conducted under the leadership of Larisa Drygval by leading experts of the Handwriting Research Center - Moscow office of Inessa Goldberg's Institute of Graphoanalysis (Israel).
“Here you have the spirit of calligraphy,” says the artist Samir Sayegh, pointing to one long fluid brushstroke on canvas. “It is energy that gives it balance. This energy comes from a certain set of feelings — feelings that are deep inside — and the contemplation of who you are as a human being. Life, love, fear, anxiety, stress… all these feelings. This internal spectrum of emotions is what moves the hand and gives it a sense of steadfast purpose.”
The Museum of Russian Gusli and Chinese Guqin invites everyone to take part in the creative meeting "Psalm Music: Gusli in the World Christian Culture". The old Russian spiritual music ensemble Sirin Choir Choirmaster Andrey Kotov and the Co-owner of the Museum of Russian Gusli and Chinese Guqin Dmitry Paramonov will provide an introduction to the world Gusli traditions and the Russian culture of playing spiritual music in everyday life
This weekend, on February 22, our first concert was held in the newly opened Museum of Russian Gusli and Chinese Guqin. Listeners plunged into the ancient sound of the world for a while. Psalms and old songs, soldiers' songs, round dance songs, wedding and calendar-ritual songs on ancient instruments reconstructed in the Gusli Art Workshop were performed by the ensemble of the Gusli Art Workshop