The concerts here are first class and worth visiting. Ticket prices vary, but are generally good value.
If you want to hear the classic music or feel the sound of the real instruments - it's a nice place! Almost always you can buy the tickets before the concert (30 minutes before), the acoustics is great, no need to seat in the first rows, repertoire is available in the internet. Every spring they organize guitar festival (Guitar's Virtuosos)... More
I visited the Tchaikovsky Concert Hall on a Thursday evening. It is easily found by the Mayakovskaya Metro station, just remember to exit at the station nearest to the rear of the train as the entry is literally in front of you when you get out. The hall is a bit older, and I guess from an aesthetic perspective I... More
It's the worst hall in Moscow. Bad, poor and half-empty sound. There's one thing I've noted - no matter who performs there and what is being performed, the audience leaves the hall immediately once the concert is over. Barely any demand of ancores, they just want to get out of there faster. Atmosphere in the hall is so depressing. But... More
You can reach the Hall by using the Metro Mayakovskaya. The concert hall has great acoustics, a roomy stage, unpretentious backdrops and moderately comfortable seats. An intelligent and varied audience usually fills most the hall. The programs may start late, a very common phenomenon in Russia. Like all the concerts that I have attended in Moscow though, the best part... More
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