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4 June

Platonovfest - Day #3


At the third day of the festival there were opened two exhibitions, were held two press conferences with the participants of the festival, performances and concerts.


During the day, there were held two press conferences at the House of Journalists. The first one was devoted to the performance “Wanderers”. The director of the performance Verа Kamyshnikova and the actors of the Lensoviet Academic Theatre Veronika Favorskaya and Oleg Fedorov took part at the press conference as well as the director of the theatre Valeriy Gradkovskiy and the theatre’s dramaturg Vera Matveeva. At the second press conference the journalist talked to the musicians of Vision String Quartet from Germany: Jakob Encke, Daniel Stoll, Sander Stuart and Leonard Disselhorst.

Also during the day, two exhibitions were opened at the I.N. Kramskoy Voronezh Regional Art Museum. In the exhibition “Sergei Romanovich: Making Paintings That Stay” there were presented the paintings from the collection of the I.N. Kramskoy Voronezh Regional Art Museum and from private collections.

Seeing the Invisible is the first ever exhibition of tactile art in Russia, that reproduce famous works from the collection of the Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts. This project was made in association with PAO Sberbank and Visa Payment Gateway.

Natalia Makerova, head of the Vs. Meyerhold Apartment Museum, gave a lecture “Meyerhold and Golovin. A union of the director and artist” at the Exhibition Hall at Kirova, 8. Also at the art-centre “Commune” there was held an art session with the novelist Roman Senchin and the presentation of his new novel “Flooding zone”.


In the evening the young band from Germany Vision String Quartet performed for the first time in Russia. The performance “Wanderers” of the Lensoviet Academic Theatre directed by Verа Kamyshnikova was shown at the stage of the Voronezh Academic Drama Theatre A.Koltsov.

At the Opera and Ballet Theatre there was held a performance “Tango-Show” of Tango Metropolis Dance Company from Argentina in collaboration with Chekhov International Theatre Festival and Regional Fund in support of Chekhov International Theatre Festival.