Galina Stolyarova

News 1 month ago

From Don Quixote to Rudolph Nureyev

From Don Quixote to Rudolph Nureyev

News 1 month ago

Dancer and choreographer Johan Kobborg is in St. Petersburg with a new Don Quixote ballet and a new Nureyev film.

News 2 months ago

St. Petersburg Marks its Revolutionary Centenary With Caviar and Circuses

St. Petersburg Marks its Revolutionary Centenary With Caviar and Circuses

News 2 months ago

In St. Petersburg, the centennial of the Russian Revolution has gone largely commercial and populist

News 3 months ago

Hermitage Puts on First Ever All-Digital Exhibition

Hermitage Puts on First Ever All-Digital Exhibition

News 3 months ago

For the first time, the Hermitage Museum is hosting an exhibition without a single original item.

City 1 year ago

From the Archive: The Hermitage Hosts Architect Zaha Hadid

From the Archive: The Hermitage Hosts Architect Zaha Hadid

City 1 year ago

The avant-garde Pritzker Prize-winning architect Zaha Hadid is enjoying a retrospective display in St. Petersburg — one of the most architecturally conservative cities in Europe, where commitment to historic preservation is high ...

City 2 years ago

Yekaterinburg: Russia's Next Capital of Culture

Yekaterinburg: Russia's Next Capital of Culture

City 2 years ago

If you ask the average person what comes to mind when they think of Yekaterinburg, they'll probably say that it's a highly polluted industrial city and the site where the Romanov family ...

City 3 years ago

Taking Tchaikovsky to Small Towns in the Urals

Taking Tchaikovsky to Small Towns in the Urals

City 3 years ago

A new outreach effort is bringing the arts to some of Russia's more rural areas, much to the joy of eager locals.

City 3 years ago

'Gangland' Writer Sees Russia's Shifting Underworld

'Gangland' Writer Sees Russia's Shifting Underworld

City 3 years ago

From gang wars to the avalanche of counterfeit goods, this is the transition that St. Petersburg's criminal underworld has made over the past two decades, according to Andrei Konstantinov, a prominent Russian ...

City 3 years ago

Provincial Media Attempts to Extort Eifman Ballet

Provincial Media Attempts to Extort Eifman Ballet

City 3 years ago

It is well-known that the Kremlin has tightened its grip on the dissemination of all news, to the point that it is questionable whether any objective journalism has survived in Russia.

City 4 years ago

Prizewinning 'Bribe' Monument Seeks a Site

Prizewinning 'Bribe' Monument Seeks a Site

City 4 years ago

A nationwide competition began in June of last year for the design of the best monument commemorating bribes. However, with the competition now finished, the future of the winning monument remains uncertain.

Business 4 years ago

St. Petersburg Sculpture Park Seeks Owner

St. Petersburg Sculpture Park Seeks Owner

Business 4 years ago

The St. Petersburg miniature sculpture park, which contains small versions of some of the city's architectural marvels, from Alexander's Column and the Hermitage to St. Isaac's Cathedral and the Church on the ...