Week-End Agenda

  • Danylovsky Rynok: A showcase of the city’s ongoing gentrification, this giant Soviet-era farmers market is now largely about deli food cooked and served in myriad little eateries, including such gems as a Dagestani dumpling shop and a Vietnamese pho-soup kitchen. Even if you’re not shopping, it’s entertaining to peruse the tables piled high with multi-coloured produce: homemade cheese and jam, golden honey straight from the hive, vibrantly coloured spices pouring out of plastic bags, slippery silver fish posing on beds of ice, and huge slabs of meat hanging from the ceiling. More info: http://danrinok.ru
  • Dancing lessons: Do you like jazz? Jazz is about moving, dancing, feel the rhythm… Jazz was loved at the beginning of the 20th century, when large jazz orchestras sang everywhere. That’s how jazz is still loved now around the world.There are several varieties of dances for jazz music, but all of them are connected by common ideas of freedom and improvisation. Actually, this is the main distinctive features of jazz.
    Go to jazz dancing lessons this weekend, moreover it’s free ! More info: https://igoevent.com/msk/event
  • Mozart Requiem: The Saint Peter and Paul’s Cathedral will open its doors to all who dream of hearing an immortal masterpiece in the stunning atmosphere and acoustics of the temple. Soloists, Chamber Orchestra “instrumental Chapel” and Choir named after A. D. Kozhevnikova under the guidance of the conductor Victor Lutsenko will perform the “Requiem” by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. More info: https://collegiummusicum.ru/concerts/