10.09.2018
10:00—20:00

Vladivostok, Marine Terminal, Quay No.30, Quay No.33

Museums, exhibitions, attractions

SCF Far East Tall Ships Regatta 2018

On 9–14 September Vladivostok will host the Russian stage of the SCF Far East Tall Ships Regatta 2018. Russian vessels Nadezhda and Pallada, Japanese Kaiwo Maru and Ami, Indonesian Bima Suci and Korean ship Koreana are to take compete in the regatta. About 15 C and D class yachts from China, South Africa and Russia are to join in.
As a part of the event, EEF 2018 participants, guests and Vladivostok residents will have an opportunity to visit tall ships – regatta participants.
Ships are located:
Quay No.30 – Kaiwo Maru, Bima Suci
Quay No.33 – Nadezhda, Pallada, Koreana

For quays access, please, have your EEF 2018 participant's badge and passport ready.

Please, note that Quay No.33 is open for Russian citizens only.

We kindly ask you to carefully read the tall ships access rules before your visit.

10.09.2018
10:00—19:00

6, Ulitsa Petra Velikogo, Vladivostok

Museums, exhibitions, attractions

City Museum

Open Ocean Halls: Pacific Time
Cities by the ocean follow their own rhythm. Time is measured in partings and meetings, by anticipating and returning. Time and space are perceived differently here, in a way that cannot be counted in seconds or kilometres. ‘Open Ocean Halls: Pacific Time’ is a tale of the rhythm of Vladivostok, a rhythm that has been lived, is lived, and will be lived for generations.
Ships and People: The Russian-Japanese War
This exhibition features the people and ships involved at the end of the war between the Russian and Japanese empires. The city of Vladivostok and the Pacific Fleet played a vital part in this war. The ships of the Vladivostok cruiser squadron were involved in the campaigns and many of those who fought in the war were natives of the city. Personal belongings, photographs, and diary entries provide an opportunity to look at the key episodes in the Russian-Japanese War without a textbook, living their stories of victory and defeat.

You can gain entry to the museum by showing your EEF 2018 badge.
Please note that guided tours and other additional services must be paid for separately.

10.09.2018
10:00—19:00

7b, Ulitsa Arsenieva, Vladivostok

Museums, exhibitions, attractions

Arseniev’s Memorial House Museum

The brick building dates from the early twentieth century. It is the only surviving house in Russia where the prominent traveller, explorer, and writer Vladimir Arseniev lived with his family and worked. The previously unknown Ussurian Territory was opened up thanks to his work in various fields of science (geology, geography, toponymy, cartography, biology, archaeology, ethnography, history, and others). Filling in the blanks on geographical, ethnographic, and other maps, he not only made a vital contribution to opening up the territory, but also created a full picture of life there through artistic works like Dersu Uzala and In the Sikhote-Alin Mountains.

You can gain entry to the museum by showing your EEF 2018 badge.
Please note that guided tours and other additional services must be paid for separately.

10.09.2018
10:00—19:00

9, Ulitsa Sukhanova, Vladivostok

Museums, exhibitions, attractions

Sukhanov House Museum

The only museum devoted to the tsar’s official in Russia and one of the few surviving nineteenth-century wooden mansions in Vladivostok. The family of Alexander Sukhanov, the Senior Advisor in the Primorsky Regional Government who, in 1891, received a valuable gift from the future Nicholas II in person – a portrait and a Bure gold watch ‘for the excellent condition of the roads and good order in the region’, lived in this house for a quarter of a century.

You can gain entry to the museum by showing your EEF 2018 badge.
Please note that guided tours and other additional services must be paid for separately.

10.09.2018
18:00—21:00

Primorsky Stage of the Mariinsky Theatre (20, Ulitsa Fastovskaya, Vladivostok)

Museums, exhibitions, attractions

Planet Tchaikovsky exhibition

This exhibition devoted to the International Tchaikovsky Competition, drawing on the collections of the Russian National Museum of Music and the archives of the competition itself, will present photographs depicting the competition opening and closing ceremonies, competitors drawing lots to determine the order in which they will perform, auditions, jury discussions, the triumph of tutors, and the award of prizes, as well as items illustrating the life and work of this great Russian composer.

The exhibition is located on the ground floor in the atrium of the Primorsky Stage of the Mariinsky Theatre Great Hall and is open to all those visiting the theatre to see a production.

10.09.2018
19:00—21:00

Primorsky Stage of the Mariinsky Theatre (20, Ulitsa Fastovskaya, Vladivostok)

Theatrical performances, concerts

Yuri Bashmet and the All-Russian Youth Symphony Orchestra

The All-Russian Youth Symphony Orchestra was founded in 2012 under the direction of Yuri Bashmet. The orchestra’s original line-up comprised 79 young musicians aged between 9 and 21 from 28 Russian towns.
The orchestra, which is the only one of its kind in Russia, was formed on the basis of a nationwide competition for classical musicians that was unique in its conception and scale. The competition finalists had a unique opportunity to take part in master classes given by leading global musicians and perform with them at the orchestra’s debut concerts.

A ticket is required to attend this event; tickets can be purchased via your personal web office.
The price of these tickets is not included in the package.

11.09.2018
08:00—20:00

Building C, Level 5

Museums, exhibitions, attractions

Kuzbass Art Gallery

Kuzbass Art Gallery is a unique space which combines history with modernity, and technology with a classical approach to exhibiting works of art.
The paintings and sculptures on display will create a retrospective exhibition – these are works produced in the course of the last 70 years, from the 1950s onward.
In the interactive art space, visitors will have the opportunity to get to know works of art in more detail with the help of ‘living canvas’ technology.

Admission is free for all EEF 2018 participants.

11.09.2018
10:00—20:00

Russky Island, 25 Akademika Kazyanova Ulitsa

Museums, exhibitions, attractions

Primorsky Aquarium

The Primorsky Aquarium is the world’s third largest aquarium. The total interior area exceeds 37,000 m²: almost five football pitches are concealed within the building, which is built in the form of a slightly opened white oyster. The left wing of the aquarium holds the main pool with a 70-metre underwater tunnel. The right wing features a dolphin aquarium with a pool and stands that can accommodate 800 spectators. It’s the country’s first and only aquarium that is part of the Russian Academy of Sciences.
The exhibitions are devoted to a single scientific concept: visitors can trace a path from the beginning of ocean life to its present diversity in all of the planet’s seas and climatic zones. Around 500 species of marine life have been brought together under the Aquarium’s ‘shell’, with the largest including a walrus, dolphins and Beluga whales.

A display of marine mammal skills is held in the Aquarium’s dolphinarium at 11:00 and 15:00.

Please present your EEF 2018 badge to gain access to the Aquarium.

11.09.2018
10:00—19:00

6, Ulitsa Petra Velikogo, Vladivostok

Museums, exhibitions, attractions

City Museum

Open Ocean Halls: Pacific Time
Cities by the ocean follow their own rhythm. Time is measured in partings and meetings, by anticipating and returning. Time and space are perceived differently here, in a way that cannot be counted in seconds or kilometres. ‘Open Ocean Halls: Pacific Time’ is a tale of the rhythm of Vladivostok, a rhythm that has been lived, is lived, and will be lived for generations.
Ships and People: The Russian-Japanese War
This exhibition features the people and ships involved at the end of the war between the Russian and Japanese empires. The city of Vladivostok and the Pacific Fleet played a vital part in this war. The ships of the Vladivostok cruiser squadron were involved in the campaigns and many of those who fought in the war were natives of the city. Personal belongings, photographs, and diary entries provide an opportunity to look at the key episodes in the Russian-Japanese War without a textbook, living their stories of victory and defeat.

You can gain entry to the museum by showing your EEF 2018 badge.
Please note that guided tours and other additional services must be paid for separately.

11.09.2018
10:00—19:00

7b, Ulitsa Arsenieva, Vladivostok

Museums, exhibitions, attractions

Arseniev’s Memorial House Museum

The brick building dates from the early twentieth century. It is the only surviving house in Russia where the prominent traveller, explorer, and writer Vladimir Arseniev lived with his family and worked. The previously unknown Ussurian Territory was opened up thanks to his work in various fields of science (geology, geography, toponymy, cartography, biology, archaeology, ethnography, history, and others). Filling in the blanks on geographical, ethnographic, and other maps, he not only made a vital contribution to opening up the territory, but also created a full picture of life there through artistic works like Dersu Uzala and In the Sikhote-Alin Mountains.

You can gain entry to the museum by showing your EEF 2018 badge.
Please note that guided tours and other additional services must be paid for separately.

11.09.2018
10:00—19:00

9, Ulitsa Sukhanova, Vladivostok

Museums, exhibitions, attractions

Sukhanov House Museum

The only museum devoted to the tsar’s official in Russia and one of the few surviving nineteenth-century wooden mansions in Vladivostok. The family of Alexander Sukhanov, the Senior Advisor in the Primorsky Regional Government who, in 1891, received a valuable gift from the future Nicholas II in person – a portrait and a Bure gold watch ‘for the excellent condition of the roads and good order in the region’, lived in this house for a quarter of a century.

You can gain entry to the museum by showing your EEF 2018 badge.
Please note that guided tours and other additional services must be paid for separately.

11.09.2018
10:00—20:00

6 Korabelnaya embankment, Vladivostok

Museums, exhibitions, attractions

S-56 Memorial Submarine

The S-56 was commissioned by the Pacific Fleet on 20 October 1941. Following the orders of the Supreme High Command Headquarters on 7 October 1942 she joined other submarines and left Vladivostok for Polyarniy base to reinforce the Northern Fleet. Having sailed a distance totaling 17 thousand miles through 2 oceans and 9 seas the S-56 arrived to Polyarniy on 8 March 1943.
After the Great Patriotic War in October 1954 the submarine took the Northern Sea Route to return to Vladivostok and continued its service within the Pacific Navy, becoming one of the first submarines to complete a journey around the world.

On the day of the 30th anniversary of the victory in the Great Patriotic War the decommissioned submarine was open for visits at Korabelnaya embankment as part of the Pacific Fleet Naval History Museum.

You can gain entry to the museum by showing your EEF 2018 badge.
Please note that guided tours and other additional services must be paid for separately.

The museum may be difficult to visit for people with limited mobility.

11.09.2018
10:00—19:00

ARTETAGE Exhibition Halls (25, Ulitsa Fokina, Vladivostok)

Museums, exhibitions, attractions

Points of Intersection

An exhibition of works by Moscow artists Anatoly Vlasov, Olga Dushechkina, Larisa Kucherenko, Alexey Mironov, Vladimir Potemkin and Vladimir Fomichev. The project is curated by Larisa Kucherenko, an experienced artist and the inspiration behind the Artist’s Workshop art school in Moscow. Larisa was born, raised and educated in Vladivostok. Since 2010 her works have been shown in private galleries and museums of contemporary art in Paris, Brussels, Belgium, the USA, Vietnam, France, Moscow, and Orsk. Points of Intersection is a one hundred per cent concentration of painting in a small space.

Admission is free.

11.09.2018
11:00—19:00

Primorye State Art Gallery (12, Ulitsa Aleutskaya, Vladivostok)

Museums, exhibitions, attractions

The Great Karl: Works by Karl Bryullov and His Students from the Collection of the State Russian Museum

This exhibition from the State Russian Museum is stunning in its scope and abundance: 50 works by perhaps the most brilliant Russian artist of the nineteenth century, Karl Bryullov (1799–1852), and 20 outstanding works by his students and contemporaries. Vladivostok has never seen the like!

It will make a huge impression on all visitors to the exhibition, regardless of their age, education, and social status. Everyone will find something to admire, something to talk about, and events and promotions organized by the staff of the Primorye State Art Gallery to attend, from lectures, guided tours, and master classes to balls, concerts, and competitions.

You can gain entry to the exhibition by showing your EEF 2018 badge.

Please note that guided tours and other additional services must be paid for separately.

11.09.2018
15:30—17:45

Building C, Level 5

Evening events, receptions

Opening of Kuzbass Art Gallery

The opening ceremony will be accompanied by a tour featuring Kuzbass-born actress of the stage and screen Alena Babenko. Visitors will enjoy a performance piece given by soloists from the Flexx ballet troupe. They will also be the first to visit the gallery’s bar, where they can enjoy a tasting session of Kuzbass teas.
The exhibition will feature an interactive zone with a screen on which pictures will ‘come to life’.
At the ceremony, guests will be treated to a screening of the film The Moth, a discussion with the leading actress and producer Alena Babenko, and an autograph session.

Admission is free for all EEF 2018 participants.

11.09.2018
17:00—19:00

Artists Union of Russia Primorye Exhibition Halls (14a, Ulitsa Aleutskaya, Vladivostok)

Museums, exhibitions, attractions

Graphic Art: Cherkasov, Ivankin, Mashanov

A joint celebration of the Days of Peace in the Pacific from leading Russian graphic artists as part of the ‘I Sing, My Fatherland’ series of events. The project was created as a means to unite the artistic space in Russia. The artists work in very different genres, styles, and graphic techniques, but what they have in common is their philosophical interpretation of what is happening in the world today. They have chosen the subtle medium of graphic art for this purpose.

Admission is free.

11.09.2018
18:00—19:00

Building C, Level 5

Evening events, receptions

Arts evening with Evgeny Grishkovets

Kuzbass Art Gallery

Evgeny Grishkovets is a playwright, film actor, stage director, novelist, and musician; he comes from the capital of Kuzbass and is an Honoured Citizen of the city of Kemerovo.
It was Grishkovets who taught the public that a theatrical performance is not so much a show as it is an intimate dialogue; he is a writer who superlatively captures the atmosphere of our everyday lives.
At this event, Art Gallery guests will have the chance to participate in a Q&A on Grishkovets’ work and discuss the influence his home town had on his journey to becoming an actor. Grishkovets will also be signing autographs.

Admission is free for all EEF 2018 participants.

11.09.2018
18:00—23:00

Angar Loft (4, ul. Sakharny Klutch, Okeanskaya District, Vladivostok)

Evening events, receptions

Youth Business Party

18:00–19:30 Boat trip
20:00–23:00 Angar Loft

The Rospredprenimatel Federal State Budgetary Institution supported by the Federal Agency for Youth Affairs organize the Youth Business Party. The event aims to contribute to youth entrepreneurship development and establish a youth business community.
The participants, including young entrepreneurs from all over Russia, will go on an exciting boat trip along the Vladivostok coastline. The voyage will be followed by a reception at the Angar Loft. Alexander Bugayev, Head of the Federal Agency for Youth Affairs will welcome the guests. The event is planned in a form of a controlled networking session, which aims at helping young entrepreneurs meet the right people to build long-term, prospective connections. The evening programme will be brightened up by a performance from the Aura cover band.

Access by invitation of the EEF 2018 Organizing Committee.

11.09.2018
18:00—22:00

Primorsky Stage of the Mariinsky Theatre (20, Ulitsa Fastovskaya, Vladivostok)

Museums, exhibitions, attractions

Planet Tchaikovsky exhibition

This exhibition devoted to the International Tchaikovsky Competition, drawing on the collections of the Russian National Museum of Music and the archives of the competition itself, will present photographs depicting the competition opening and closing ceremonies, competitors drawing lots to determine the order in which they will perform, auditions, jury discussions, the triumph of tutors, and the award of prizes, as well as items illustrating the life and work of this great Russian composer.

The exhibition is located on the ground floor in the atrium of the Primorsky Stage of the Mariinsky Theatre Great Hall and is open to all those visiting the theatre to see a production.

11.09.2018
19:00—22:10

Primorsky Stage of the Mariinsky Theatre (20, Ulitsa Fastovskaya, Vladivostok)

Theatrical performances, concerts

The Tsar’s Bride (opera)

A premiere performance on the Primorsky Stage of the Mariinsky Theatre. The Tsar’s Bride is an opera in four acts by Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov, based on the drama by Lev Mey adapted by Ilia Tyumenev, and directed by Vyacheslav Starodubtsev. The opera’s world premiere took place on 22 October 1899 at Mamontov’s Private Russian Opera in Moscow. The Tsar’s Bride is a realist lyrical drama filled with poignant moments on stage. At the same time, the opera’s distinctive feature lies in the predominance of rounded arias, ensembles, and choruses based on beautiful, malleable, and penetratingly expressive melodies.

A ticket is required to attend this event; tickets can be purchased via your personal web office.
The price of these tickets is not included in the package.

11.09.2018
19:30—23:30

FEFU Campus, Russky Island

Evening events, receptions

Open-Air Cinema

The open-air cinema will screen Russian live-action and animated films released between 2016 and 2018 for Forum participants and guests.

Admission is free for all EEF 2018 participants.

12.09.2018
08:00—20:00

Building C, Level 5

Museums, exhibitions, attractions

Kuzbass Art Gallery

Kuzbass Art Gallery is a unique space which combines history with modernity, and technology with a classical approach to exhibiting works of art.
The paintings and sculptures on display will create a retrospective exhibition – these are works produced in the course of the last 70 years, from the 1950s onward.
In the interactive art space, visitors will have the opportunity to get to know works of art in more detail with the help of ‘living canvas’ technology.

Admission is free for all EEF 2018 participants.

12.09.2018
10:00—20:00

Vladivostok, Marine Terminal, Quay No.30, Quay No.33

Museums, exhibitions, attractions

SCF Far East Tall Ships Regatta 2018

On 9–14 September Vladivostok will host the Russian stage of the SCF Far East Tall Ships Regatta 2018. Russian vessels Nadezhda and Pallada, Japanese Kaiwo Maru and Ami, Indonesian Bima Suci and Korean ship Koreana are to take compete in the regatta. About 15 C and D class yachts from China, South Africa and Russia are to join in.
As a part of the event, EEF 2018 participants, guests and Vladivostok residents will have an opportunity to visit tall ships – regatta participants.
Ships are located:
Quay No.30 – Kaiwo Maru, Bima Suci
Quay No.33 – Nadezhda, Pallada, Koreana

For quays access, please, have your EEF 2018 participant's badge and passport ready.

Please, note that Quay No.33 is open for Russian citizens only.

We kindly ask you to carefully read the tall ships access rules before your visit.

12.09.2018
10:00—20:00

Russky Island, 25 Akademika Kazyanova Ulitsa

Museums, exhibitions, attractions

Primorsky Aquarium

The Primorsky Aquarium is the world’s third largest aquarium. The total interior area exceeds 37,000 m²: almost five football pitches are concealed within the building, which is built in the form of a slightly opened white oyster. The left wing of the aquarium holds the main pool with a 70-metre underwater tunnel. The right wing features a dolphin aquarium with a pool and stands that can accommodate 800 spectators. It’s the country’s first and only aquarium that is part of the Russian Academy of Sciences.
The exhibitions are devoted to a single scientific concept: visitors can trace a path from the beginning of ocean life to its present diversity in all of the planet’s seas and climatic zones. Around 500 species of marine life have been brought together under the Aquarium’s ‘shell’, with the largest including a walrus, dolphins and Beluga whales.

A display of marine mammal skills is held in the Aquarium’s dolphinarium at 11:00 and 15:00.

Please present your EEF 2018 badge to gain access to the Aquarium.

12.09.2018
10:00—19:00

6, Ulitsa Petra Velikogo, Vladivostok

Museums, exhibitions, attractions

City Museum

Open Ocean Halls: Pacific Time
Cities by the ocean follow their own rhythm. Time is measured in partings and meetings, by anticipating and returning. Time and space are perceived differently here, in a way that cannot be counted in seconds or kilometres. ‘Open Ocean Halls: Pacific Time’ is a tale of the rhythm of Vladivostok, a rhythm that has been lived, is lived, and will be lived for generations.
Ships and People: The Russian-Japanese War
This exhibition features the people and ships involved at the end of the war between the Russian and Japanese empires. The city of Vladivostok and the Pacific Fleet played a vital part in this war. The ships of the Vladivostok cruiser squadron were involved in the campaigns and many of those who fought in the war were natives of the city. Personal belongings, photographs, and diary entries provide an opportunity to look at the key episodes in the Russian-Japanese War without a textbook, living their stories of victory and defeat.

You can gain entry to the museum by showing your EEF 2018 badge.
Please note that guided tours and other additional services must be paid for separately.

12.09.2018
10:00—18:00

66 Svetlanskaya ulitsa, Vladivostok

Museums, exhibitions, attractions

Pacific Fleet Naval History Museum

The building number 66 along the Svetlanskaya street that used to be known as the Officer’s Block is an artistic and historical heritage site today. The museum exhibition takes up 11 rooms and covers the history of the Pacific Fleet from 1731 to present day.
In addition to the indoor display the museum contains the Arms Yard exhibition with authentic military equipment and fragments of vessels that took part in battles of the Pacific Fleet throughout its lengthy history.

You can gain entry to the museum by showing your EEF 2018 badge.
Please note that guided tours and other additional services must be paid for separately.

12.09.2018
10:00—18:00

Russky Island

Museums, exhibitions, attractions

Voroshilovskaya Battery Memorial

Voroshilovskaya Battery is one of the unique fortification structures in the world. It remained on duty for 63 years safeguarding the marine passage to Vladivostok. During the reform of the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation the battery was decommissioned on 30 July 1997 and joined the Pacific Fleet Naval History Museum.

You can gain entry to the museum by showing your EEF 2018 badge.
Please note that guided tours and other additional services must be paid for separately.

The memorial is not suitable for visits by people with limited mobility

12.09.2018
10:00—19:00

7b, Ulitsa Arsenieva, Vladivostok

Museums, exhibitions, attractions

Arseniev’s Memorial House Museum

The brick building dates from the early twentieth century. It is the only surviving house in Russia where the prominent traveller, explorer, and writer Vladimir Arseniev lived with his family and worked. The previously unknown Ussurian Territory was opened up thanks to his work in various fields of science (geology, geography, toponymy, cartography, biology, archaeology, ethnography, history, and others). Filling in the blanks on geographical, ethnographic, and other maps, he not only made a vital contribution to opening up the territory, but also created a full picture of life there through artistic works like Dersu Uzala and In the Sikhote-Alin Mountains.

You can gain entry to the museum by showing your EEF 2018 badge.
Please note that guided tours and other additional services must be paid for separately.

12.09.2018
10:00—19:00

9, Ulitsa Sukhanova, Vladivostok

Museums, exhibitions, attractions

Sukhanov House Museum

The only museum devoted to the tsar’s official in Russia and one of the few surviving nineteenth-century wooden mansions in Vladivostok. The family of Alexander Sukhanov, the Senior Advisor in the Primorsky Regional Government who, in 1891, received a valuable gift from the future Nicholas II in person – a portrait and a Bure gold watch ‘for the excellent condition of the roads and good order in the region’, lived in this house for a quarter of a century.

You can gain entry to the museum by showing your EEF 2018 badge.
Please note that guided tours and other additional services must be paid for separately.

12.09.2018
10:00—20:00

6 Korabelnaya embankment, Vladivostok

Museums, exhibitions, attractions

S-56 Memorial Submarine

The S-56 was commissioned by the Pacific Fleet on 20 October 1941. Following the orders of the Supreme High Command Headquarters on 7 October 1942 she joined other submarines and left Vladivostok for Polyarniy base to reinforce the Northern Fleet. Having sailed a distance totaling 17 thousand miles through 2 oceans and 9 seas the S-56 arrived to Polyarniy on 8 March 1943.
After the Great Patriotic War in October 1954 the submarine took the Northern Sea Route to return to Vladivostok and continued its service within the Pacific Navy, becoming one of the first submarines to complete a journey around the world.

On the day of the 30th anniversary of the victory in the Great Patriotic War the decommissioned submarine was open for visits at Korabelnaya embankment as part of the Pacific Fleet Naval History Museum.

You can gain entry to the museum by showing your EEF 2018 badge.
Please note that guided tours and other additional services must be paid for separately.

The museum may be difficult to visit for people with limited mobility.

12.09.2018
10:00—18:00

6 Korabelnaya embankment, Vladivostok

Museums, exhibitions, attractions

Memorial Ship Krasny Vimpel

The ship has been launched in Finland in 1911 as a steam frigate. During the Civil War she was commissioned by the Siberian Navy of the Far Eastern Republic as a 2nd Class messenger ship manned by a military crew. In 1923 she was given the status of a patrol vessel and renamed Krasny Vimpel (The Red Pennon). Krasny Vimpel became one of the first military ships of the Far Eastern Naval Forces. Her duties included border patrol, hydrographic works and support of Strana Sovetov hydroplane.
28 July 1958 the Military Council of the Pacific Fleet decommissioned the vessel. She became a memorial ship and is now docked at the Korabelnaya embankment in Vladivostok.

You can gain entry to the museum by showing your EEF 2018 badge.
Please note that guided tours and other additional services must be paid for separately.

The ship is not suitable for visits by people with limited mobility

12.09.2018
10:00—19:00

ARTETAGE Exhibition Halls (25, Ulitsa Fokina, Vladivostok)

Museums, exhibitions, attractions

Points of Intersection

An exhibition of works by Moscow artists Anatoly Vlasov, Olga Dushechkina, Larisa Kucherenko, Alexey Mironov, Vladimir Potemkin and Vladimir Fomichev. The project is curated by Larisa Kucherenko, an experienced artist and the inspiration behind the Artist’s Workshop art school in Moscow. Larisa was born, raised and educated in Vladivostok. Since 2010 her works have been shown in private galleries and museums of contemporary art in Paris, Brussels, Belgium, the USA, Vietnam, France, Moscow, and Orsk. Points of Intersection is a one hundred per cent concentration of painting in a small space.

Admission is free.

12.09.2018
10:00—19:00

Artists Union of Russia Primorye Exhibition Halls (14a, Ulitsa Aleutskaya, Vladivostok)

Museums, exhibitions, attractions

Graphic Art: Cherkasov, Ivankin, Mashanov

A joint celebration of the Days of Peace in the Pacific from leading Russian graphic artists as part of the ‘I Sing, My Fatherland’ series of events. The project was created as a means to unite the artistic space in Russia. The artists work in very different genres, styles, and graphic techniques, but what they have in common is their philosophical interpretation of what is happening in the world today. They have chosen the subtle medium of graphic art for this purpose.

Admission is free.

12.09.2018
10:00—19:00

Arseniev State Museum of Primorsky Region (20, Ulitsa Svetlanskaya, Vladivostok)

Museums, exhibitions, attractions

Historic Milestones on the Map of Russia, from the Collection of the Moscow Kremlin Museums

This collaboration between the Moscow Kremlin Museums and the Arseniev State Museum of Primorsky Region examines the phenomenon of Russia as the world’s largest nation state, a status which it has maintained for over three hundred years.
Primorsky Territory has been accorded the honour of being the first region to receive exhibits from Russia’s oldest museum. The exhibition consists of splendid works of art produced in the court workshops of the Russian tsars, symbols of the country’s ‘power and glory’.
Visitors will see genuine world-famous masterpieces such as the ‘Trans-Siberian Railway’ Easter egg made by Carl Fabergé’s jewellery company, as well as items which have never previously left the repositories of Russia’s principal treasure house.

You can gain entry to the exhibition by showing your EEF 2018 badge.
Please note that guided tours and other additional services must be paid for separately.

12.09.2018
11:00—19:00

Primorye State Art Gallery (12, Ulitsa Aleutskaya, Vladivostok)

Museums, exhibitions, attractions

The Great Karl: Works by Karl Bryullov and His Students from the Collection of the State Russian Museum

This exhibition from the State Russian Museum is stunning in its scope and abundance: 50 works by perhaps the most brilliant Russian artist of the nineteenth century, Karl Bryullov (1799–1852), and 20 outstanding works by his students and contemporaries. Vladivostok has never seen the like!

It will make a huge impression on all visitors to the exhibition, regardless of their age, education, and social status. Everyone will find something to admire, something to talk about, and events and promotions organized by the staff of the Primorye State Art Gallery to attend, from lectures, guided tours, and master classes to balls, concerts, and competitions.

You can gain entry to the exhibition by showing your EEF 2018 badge.

Please note that guided tours and other additional services must be paid for separately.

12.09.2018
16:30—17:30

Building C, Level 5

Evening events, receptions

Arts evening with Vladimir Mashkov

Kuzbass Art Gallery

Vladimir Mashkov is a Soviet and Russian actor, a theatre and film director, a scriptwriter, and a film producer. He is Artistic Director at the Oleg Tabakov Theatre, winner of the Nika, Golden Eagle, and TEFI prizes for film and TV, and both an Honoured Artist and a People’s Artist of the Russian Federation.
The event will take the form of a Q&A on Mashkov’s creative development, his new projects, and his plans for the future. Mashkov will also be signing autographs.

Admission is free for all EEF 2018 participants.

12.09.2018
17:00—20:00

Sportivnaya Naberezhnaya

Theatrical performances, concerts

‘Far Eastern Constellation’ Cultural Festival

The festival will present the best artistic collectives from the nine regions that make up Russia’s Far Eastern Federal District. The concert programme celebrates the eightieth anniversary of the founding of Primorsky Territory. The event will take place on Sportivnaya Naberezhnaya. Located on the banks of Amur Bay, this embankment is a favourite place for locals and visitors to relax. It stands out due to its accessibility, its pedestrian areas, and its wide variety of cafés and attractions for children and adults alike.
On 12 September, collectives representing Kamchatka Territory and Sakhalin and Amur Regions will perform.

Admission is free.

12.09.2018
18:00—22:00

Primorsky Stage of the Mariinsky Theatre (20, Ulitsa Fastovskaya, Vladivostok)

Museums, exhibitions, attractions

Planet Tchaikovsky exhibition

This exhibition devoted to the International Tchaikovsky Competition, drawing on the collections of the Russian National Museum of Music and the archives of the competition itself, will present photographs depicting the competition opening and closing ceremonies, competitors drawing lots to determine the order in which they will perform, auditions, jury discussions, the triumph of tutors, and the award of prizes, as well as items illustrating the life and work of this great Russian composer.

The exhibition is located on the ground floor in the atrium of the Primorsky Stage of the Mariinsky Theatre Great Hall and is open to all those visiting the theatre to see a production.

12.09.2018
19:00—22:20

Primorsky Stage of the Mariinsky Theatre (20, Ulitsa Fastovskaya, Vladivostok)

Theatrical performances, concerts

Ballet extravaganza: The Sleeping Beauty

This vibrant and monumental production of Tchaikovsky’s ballet, based on Charles Perrault’s eponymous tale and featuring Konstantin Sergeyev’s version of Marius Petipa’s classic choreography, has been adapted for the Primorsky Stage by Eldar Aliev and features sets and costumes designed by Vyacheslav Okunev. The ballet was composed in 1889, and first performed on 3 January 1890 at the Mariinsky Theatre in St. Petersburg by the St. Petersburg Imperial Troupe. The Sleeping Beauty is a globally-acknowledged masterpiece, and has been performed in various theatres throughout the world for more than a hundred years.

A ticket is required to attend this event; tickets can be purchased via your personal web office.

The price of these tickets is not included in the package.

12.09.2018
19:30—23:00

The Marine restaurant (3rd Floor, 1, Ulitsa Nizhneportovaya, Vladivostok (Sea Terminal)

Evening events, receptions

What? Where? When?

Visitors can take part in the legendary game, testing themselves as experts and enjoying an intellectual show compered by Mikhail Skipsky, an expert in the What? Where? When? Club and twice winner of the Crystal Owl, and Andrey Maximov, the well-known actor and scriptwriter. The theme for the evening will be ‘Golden Heads of the World’. Questions from geniuses of today and of past centuries, whose discoveries and achievements have contributed to the progress of science and technology, the development of world culture and art, will be specially selected for Forum delegates.

Please be informed that the game is played in Russian.

Premium and Standard Package participants may attend the event by invitation and must register in advance. Detailed information is available in your personal web office.

12.09.2018
19:30—23:30

FEFU Campus, Russky Island

Evening events, receptions

Open-Air Cinema

The open-air cinema will screen Russian live-action and animated films released between 2016 and 2018 for Forum participants and guests.

Admission is free for all EEF 2018 participants.

12.09.2018
20:00—22:00

Primorsky Stage of the Mariinsky Theatre, Chamber Hall (20, Ulitsa Fastovskaya, Vladivostok)

Theatrical performances, concerts

Melodies of Autumn 2018 concert

Featuring soloists:
Ran Matsumoto (violin, Japan)
Miyamoto Miki (vocals, Japan)
Moriya Junko (piano, Japan)
The concert is part of the Year of Japan in Russia.

A ticket is required to attend this event; tickets can be purchased via your personal web office.

The price of these tickets is not included in the package.

12.09.2018
21:00—23:00

‘Far East Street’ exhibition main stage, FEFU Campus, Russky Island

Evening events, receptions

Beauty of the Far East Street 2018

A chance for members of the fair sex from across the Far Eastern Federal District and guest region Kemerovo to compete for the ‘Beauty of the Far East Street’ title. Participants will show off their talents, participate in a public speaking competition, and present the uniqueness and distinctiveness of their region. A truly vibrant and action-packed show awaits.

Admission is free for all EEF 2018 participants.

13.09.2018
08:00—20:00

Building C, Level 5

Museums, exhibitions, attractions

Kuzbass Art Gallery

Kuzbass Art Gallery is a unique space which combines history with modernity, and technology with a classical approach to exhibiting works of art.
The paintings and sculptures on display will create a retrospective exhibition – these are works produced in the course of the last 70 years, from the 1950s onward.
In the interactive art space, visitors will have the opportunity to get to know works of art in more detail with the help of ‘living canvas’ technology.

Admission is free for all EEF 2018 participants.

13.09.2018
10:00—20:00

Vladivostok, Marine Terminal, Quay No.30, Quay No.33

Museums, exhibitions, attractions

SCF Far East Tall Ships Regatta 2018

On 9–14 September Vladivostok will host the Russian stage of the SCF Far East Tall Ships Regatta 2018. Russian vessels Nadezhda and Pallada, Japanese Kaiwo Maru and Ami, Indonesian Bima Suci and Korean ship Koreana are to take compete in the regatta. About 15 C and D class yachts from China, South Africa and Russia are to join in.
As a part of the event, EEF 2018 participants, guests and Vladivostok residents will have an opportunity to visit tall ships – regatta participants.
Ships are located:
Quay No.30 – Kaiwo Maru, Bima Suci
Quay No.33 – Nadezhda, Pallada, Koreana

For quays access, please, have your EEF 2018 participant's badge and passport ready.

Please, note that Quay No.33 is open for Russian citizens only.

We kindly ask you to carefully read the tall ships access rules before your visit.

13.09.2018
10:00—20:00

Russky Island, 25 Akademika Kazyanova Ulitsa

Museums, exhibitions, attractions

Primorsky Aquarium

The Primorsky Aquarium is the world’s third largest aquarium. The total interior area exceeds 37,000 m²: almost five football pitches are concealed within the building, which is built in the form of a slightly opened white oyster. The left wing of the aquarium holds the main pool with a 70-metre underwater tunnel. The right wing features a dolphin aquarium with a pool and stands that can accommodate 800 spectators. It’s the country’s first and only aquarium that is part of the Russian Academy of Sciences.
The exhibitions are devoted to a single scientific concept: visitors can trace a path from the beginning of ocean life to its present diversity in all of the planet’s seas and climatic zones. Around 500 species of marine life have been brought together under the Aquarium’s ‘shell’, with the largest including a walrus, dolphins and Beluga whales.

A display of marine mammal skills is held in the Aquarium’s dolphinarium at 11:00 and 15:00.

Please present your EEF 2018 badge to gain access to the Aquarium.

13.09.2018
10:00—19:00

Arseniev State Museum of Primorsky Region (20, Ulitsa Svetlanskaya, Vladivostok)

Museums, exhibitions, attractions

Historic Milestones on the Map of Russia, from the Collection of the Moscow Kremlin Museums

This collaboration between the Moscow Kremlin Museums and the Arseniev State Museum of Primorsky Region examines the phenomenon of Russia as the world’s largest nation state, a status which it has maintained for over three hundred years.
Primorsky Territory has been accorded the honour of being the first region to receive exhibits from Russia’s oldest museum. The exhibition consists of splendid works of art produced in the court workshops of the Russian tsars, symbols of the country’s ‘power and glory’.
Visitors will see genuine world-famous masterpieces such as the ‘Trans-Siberian Railway’ Easter egg made by Carl Fabergé’s jewellery company, as well as items which have never previously left the repositories of Russia’s principal treasure house.

You can gain entry to the exhibition by showing your EEF 2018 badge.
Please note that guided tours and other additional services must be paid for separately.

13.09.2018
10:00—19:00

6, Ulitsa Petra Velikogo, Vladivostok

Museums, exhibitions, attractions

City Museum

Open Ocean Halls: Pacific Time
Cities by the ocean follow their own rhythm. Time is measured in partings and meetings, by anticipating and returning. Time and space are perceived differently here, in a way that cannot be counted in seconds or kilometres. ‘Open Ocean Halls: Pacific Time’ is a tale of the rhythm of Vladivostok, a rhythm that has been lived, is lived, and will be lived for generations.
Ships and People: The Russian-Japanese War
This exhibition features the people and ships involved at the end of the war between the Russian and Japanese empires. The city of Vladivostok and the Pacific Fleet played a vital part in this war. The ships of the Vladivostok cruiser squadron were involved in the campaigns and many of those who fought in the war were natives of the city. Personal belongings, photographs, and diary entries provide an opportunity to look at the key episodes in the Russian-Japanese War without a textbook, living their stories of victory and defeat.

You can gain entry to the museum by showing your EEF 2018 badge.
Please note that guided tours and other additional services must be paid for separately.

13.09.2018
10:00—19:00

7b, Ulitsa Arsenieva, Vladivostok

Museums, exhibitions, attractions

Arseniev’s Memorial House Museum

The brick building dates from the early twentieth century. It is the only surviving house in Russia where the prominent traveller, explorer, and writer Vladimir Arseniev lived with his family and worked. The previously unknown Ussurian Territory was opened up thanks to his work in various fields of science (geology, geography, toponymy, cartography, biology, archaeology, ethnography, history, and others). Filling in the blanks on geographical, ethnographic, and other maps, he not only made a vital contribution to opening up the territory, but also created a full picture of life there through artistic works like Dersu Uzala and In the Sikhote-Alin Mountains.

You can gain entry to the museum by showing your EEF 2018 badge.
Please note that guided tours and other additional services must be paid for separately.

13.09.2018
10:00—19:00

9, Ulitsa Sukhanova, Vladivostok

Museums, exhibitions, attractions

Sukhanov House Museum

The only museum devoted to the tsar’s official in Russia and one of the few surviving nineteenth-century wooden mansions in Vladivostok. The family of Alexander Sukhanov, the Senior Advisor in the Primorsky Regional Government who, in 1891, received a valuable gift from the future Nicholas II in person – a portrait and a Bure gold watch ‘for the excellent condition of the roads and good order in the region’, lived in this house for a quarter of a century.

You can gain entry to the museum by showing your EEF 2018 badge.
Please note that guided tours and other additional services must be paid for separately.

13.09.2018
10:00—18:00

66 Svetlanskaya ulitsa, Vladivostok

Museums, exhibitions, attractions

Pacific Fleet Naval History Museum

The building number 66 along the Svetlanskaya street that used to be known as the Officer’s Block is an artistic and historical heritage site today. The museum exhibition takes up 11 rooms and covers the history of the Pacific Fleet from 1731 to present day.
In addition to the indoor display the museum contains the Arms Yard exhibition with authentic military equipment and fragments of vessels that took part in battles of the Pacific Fleet throughout its lengthy history.

You can gain entry to the museum by showing your EEF 2018 badge.
Please note that guided tours and other additional services must be paid for separately.

13.09.2018
10:00—18:00

Russky Island

Museums, exhibitions, attractions

Voroshilovskaya Battery Memorial

Voroshilovskaya Battery is one of the unique fortification structures in the world. It remained on duty for 63 years safeguarding the marine passage to Vladivostok. During the reform of the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation the battery was decommissioned on 30 July 1997 and joined the Pacific Fleet Naval History Museum.

You can gain entry to the museum by showing your EEF 2018 badge.
Please note that guided tours and other additional services must be paid for separately.

The memorial is not suitable for visits by people with limited mobility

13.09.2018
10:00—20:00

6 Korabelnaya embankment, Vladivostok

Museums, exhibitions, attractions

S-56 Memorial Submarine

The S-56 was commissioned by the Pacific Fleet on 20 October 1941. Following the orders of the Supreme High Command Headquarters on 7 October 1942 she joined other submarines and left Vladivostok for Polyarniy base to reinforce the Northern Fleet. Having sailed a distance totaling 17 thousand miles through 2 oceans and 9 seas the S-56 arrived to Polyarniy on 8 March 1943.
After the Great Patriotic War in October 1954 the submarine took the Northern Sea Route to return to Vladivostok and continued its service within the Pacific Navy, becoming one of the first submarines to complete a journey around the world.

On the day of the 30th anniversary of the victory in the Great Patriotic War the decommissioned submarine was open for visits at Korabelnaya embankment as part of the Pacific Fleet Naval History Museum.

You can gain entry to the museum by showing your EEF 2018 badge.
Please note that guided tours and other additional services must be paid for separately.

The museum may be difficult to visit for people with limited mobility.

13.09.2018
10:00—18:00

6 Korabelnaya embankment, Vladivostok

Museums, exhibitions, attractions

Memorial Ship Krasny Vimpel

The ship has been launched in Finland in 1911 as a steam frigate. During the Civil War she was commissioned by the Siberian Navy of the Far Eastern Republic as a 2nd Class messenger ship manned by a military crew. In 1923 she was given the status of a patrol vessel and renamed Krasny Vimpel (The Red Pennon). Krasny Vimpel became one of the first military ships of the Far Eastern Naval Forces. Her duties included border patrol, hydrographic works and support of Strana Sovetov hydroplane.
28 July 1958 the Military Council of the Pacific Fleet decommissioned the vessel. She became a memorial ship and is now docked at the Korabelnaya embankment in Vladivostok.

You can gain entry to the museum by showing your EEF 2018 badge.
Please note that guided tours and other additional services must be paid for separately.

The ship is not suitable for visits by people with limited mobility

13.09.2018
10:00—19:00

ARTETAGE Exhibition Halls (25, Ulitsa Fokina, Vladivostok)

Museums, exhibitions, attractions

Points of Intersection

An exhibition of works by Moscow artists Anatoly Vlasov, Olga Dushechkina, Larisa Kucherenko, Alexey Mironov, Vladimir Potemkin and Vladimir Fomichev. The project is curated by Larisa Kucherenko, an experienced artist and the inspiration behind the Artist’s Workshop art school in Moscow. Larisa was born, raised and educated in Vladivostok. Since 2010 her works have been shown in private galleries and museums of contemporary art in Paris, Brussels, Belgium, the USA, Vietnam, France, Moscow, and Orsk. Points of Intersection is a one hundred per cent concentration of painting in a small space.

Admission is free.

13.09.2018
10:00—19:00

Artists Union of Russia Primorye Exhibition Halls (14a, Ulitsa Aleutskaya, Vladivostok)

Museums, exhibitions, attractions

Graphic Art: Cherkasov, Ivankin, Mashanov

A joint celebration of the Days of Peace in the Pacific from leading Russian graphic artists as part of the ‘I Sing, My Fatherland’ series of events. The project was created as a means to unite the artistic space in Russia. The artists work in very different genres, styles, and graphic techniques, but what they have in common is their philosophical interpretation of what is happening in the world today. They have chosen the subtle medium of graphic art for this purpose.

Admission is free.

13.09.2018
12:00—21:00

Primorye State Art Gallery (12, Ulitsa Aleutskaya, Vladivostok)

Museums, exhibitions, attractions

The Great Karl: Works by Karl Bryullov and His Students from the Collection of the State Russian Museum

This exhibition from the State Russian Museum is stunning in its scope and abundance: 50 works by perhaps the most brilliant Russian artist of the nineteenth century, Karl Bryullov (1799–1852), and 20 outstanding works by his students and contemporaries. Vladivostok has never seen the like!

It will make a huge impression on all visitors to the exhibition, regardless of their age, education, and social status. Everyone will find something to admire, something to talk about, and events and promotions organized by the staff of the Primorye State Art Gallery to attend, from lectures, guided tours, and master classes to balls, concerts, and competitions.

You can gain entry to the exhibition by showing your EEF 2018 badge.

Please note that guided tours and other additional services must be paid for separately.

13.09.2018
16:00—19:00

Sportivnaya Naberezhnaya

Theatrical performances, concerts

‘Far Eastern Constellation’ Cultural Festival

The festival will present the best artistic collectives from the nine regions that make up Russia’s Far Eastern Federal District. The concert programme celebrates the eightieth anniversary of the founding of Primorsky Territory. The event will take place on Sportivnaya Naberezhnaya. Located on the banks of Amur Bay, this embankment is a favourite place for locals and visitors to relax. It stands out due to its accessibility, its pedestrian areas, and its wide variety of cafés and attractions for children and adults alike.
On 13 September, collectives representing Khabarovsk Territory, the Jewish Autonomous Region, and Chukotka Autonomous Area will perform.

Admission is free.

13.09.2018
18:00—21:00

Primorsky Stage of the Mariinsky Theatre (20, Ulitsa Fastovskaya, Vladivostok)

Museums, exhibitions, attractions

Planet Tchaikovsky exhibition

This exhibition devoted to the International Tchaikovsky Competition, drawing on the collections of the Russian National Museum of Music and the archives of the competition itself, will present photographs depicting the competition opening and closing ceremonies, competitors drawing lots to determine the order in which they will perform, auditions, jury discussions, the triumph of tutors, and the award of prizes, as well as items illustrating the life and work of this great Russian composer.

The exhibition is located on the ground floor in the atrium of the Primorsky Stage of the Mariinsky Theatre Great Hall and is open to all those visiting the theatre to see a production.

13.09.2018
18:30—20:30

Primorsky Regional Philharmonic (15, Ulitsa Svetlanskaya, Vladivostok)

Theatrical performances, concerts

Carnival of Venice

The musical theatre production The Carnival of Venice is a synthesis of music and theatre, a costume show that amazes with its variety of styles and originality of artistic performance, and a display of the Philharmonic’s most brilliant vocalists, accompanied by the Pacific Symphony Orchestra. In the refined atmosphere of the old hall, the audience will enjoy the most dramatic scenes from various operettas and musicals.
The Pacific Symphony Orchestra is conducted by Honoured Artist of Russia Anatoly Smirnov, directed by Ekaterina Kuchuk, and includes artists from the Primorsky Regional Philharmonic and the Primorsky Stage of the Mariinsky Theatre.

A ticket is required to attend this event; tickets can be purchased via your personal web office.

The price of these tickets is not included in the package.

13.09.2018
19:00—20:00

‘Far East Street’ exhibition main stage, FEFU Campus, Russky Island

Evening events, receptions

An Hour of Silent Cinema

A screening of Dziga Vertov’s 1929 silent film Man with a Movie Camera accompanied by the Jazz Quartet Classic ensemble. This event will appeal to people of all ages and tastes. The audience will be transported back a hundred years to a time when music was the most important part of cinema.

Admission is free for all EEF 2018 participants.

13.09.2018
19:00—21:00

Primorsky Stage of the Mariinsky Theatre (20, Ulitsa Fastovskaya, Vladivostok)

Theatrical performances, concerts

Bruch. Schumann. Shostakovich. Tchaikovsky concert

A concert by the Primorsky Stage of the Mariinsky Theatre Symphony Orchestra, featuring soloists:
Ivan Bessonov (piano, Russia), winner of the 19th Eurovision Young Musicians competition, Ziyu He (violin, China), Tae Hyung Kim (piano, South Korea), and Kanon Matsuda (piano, Japan). Led by Principal Conductor of the Primorsky Stage Pavel Smelkov.

A ticket is required to attend this event; tickets can be purchased via your personal web office.
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The price of these tickets is not included in the package.

13.09.2018
20:00—22:00

‘Far East Street’ exhibition main stage, FEFU Campus, Russky Island

Evening events, receptions

‘Far East Street’ exhibition closing ceremony

The closing ceremony will include performances by some of the region’s best group acts. Prizes will also be awarded to the winners of the various Far East Street creative competitions. The audience can look forward to a quiz with prizes from the regions.

Admission is free for all EEF 2018 participants.

14.09.2018
10:00—19:00

Arseniev State Museum of Primorsky Region (20, Ulitsa Svetlanskaya, Vladivostok)

Museums, exhibitions, attractions

Historic Milestones on the Map of Russia, from the Collection of the Moscow Kremlin Museums

This collaboration between the Moscow Kremlin Museums and the Arseniev State Museum of Primorsky Region examines the phenomenon of Russia as the world’s largest nation state, a status which it has maintained for over three hundred years.
Primorsky Territory has been accorded the honour of being the first region to receive exhibits from Russia’s oldest museum. The exhibition consists of splendid works of art produced in the court workshops of the Russian tsars, symbols of the country’s ‘power and glory’.
Visitors will see genuine world-famous masterpieces such as the ‘Trans-Siberian Railway’ Easter egg made by Carl Fabergé’s jewellery company, as well as items which have never previously left the repositories of Russia’s principal treasure house.

You can gain entry to the exhibition by showing your EEF 2018 badge.
Please note that guided tours and other additional services must be paid for separately.

14.09.2018
19:00—21:00

Sportivnaya Naberezhnaya

Theatrical performances, concerts

‘Far Eastern Constellation’ Cultural Festival Gala Concert

The festival will present the best artistic collectives from the nine regions that make up Russia’s Far Eastern Federal District. The concert programme celebrates the eightieth anniversary of the founding of Primorsky Territory. The event will take place on Sportivnaya Naberezhnaya. Located on the banks of Amur Bay, this embankment is a favourite place for locals and visitors to relax. It stands out due to its accessibility, its pedestrian areas, and its wide variety of cafés and attractions for children and adults alike.

Admission is free.

14.09.2018
19:00—21:00

Primorsky Regional Philharmonic (15, Ulitsa Svetlanskaya, Vladivostok)

Theatrical performances, concerts

Concert by the Triumph vocal quartet

This Far Eastern quartet, which holds the title of the People's Collective of Khabarovsk Territory, will present a collection of their best songs to the audience. The concert is divided into two parts. Both will include Spanish, Italian, and Neapolitan songs which have captivated the entire world. An equal share of the programme will be dedicated to Russian-language songs, complemented by the quartet’s own compositions.

A ticket is required to attend this event; tickets can be purchased via your personal web office.

The price of these tickets is not included in the package.

15.09.2018
17:00—20:00

Sportivnaya Naberezhnaya

Theatrical performances, concerts

‘Far Eastern Constellation’ Cultural Festival

The festival will present the best artistic collectives from the nine regions that make up Russia’s Far Eastern Federal District. The concert programme celebrates the eightieth anniversary of the founding of Primorsky Territory. The event will take place on Sportivnaya Naberezhnaya. Located on the banks of Amur Bay, this embankment is a favourite place for locals and visitors to relax. It stands out due to its accessibility, its pedestrian areas, and its wide variety of cafés and attractions for children and adults alike.
On 15 September, collectives representing Primorsky Territory, the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia), and Magadan Region will perform.

Admission is free.

16.09.2018
17:00—20:00

Sportivnaya Naberezhnaya

Theatrical performances, concerts

‘Far Eastern Constellation’ Cultural Festival

The festival will present the best artistic collectives from the nine regions that make up Russia’s Far Eastern Federal District. The concert programme celebrates the eightieth anniversary of the founding of Primorsky Territory. The event will take place on Sportivnaya Naberezhnaya. Located on the banks of Amur Bay, this embankment is a favourite place for locals and visitors to relax. It stands out due to its accessibility, its pedestrian areas, and its wide variety of cafés and attractions for children and adults alike.
On 16 September, there will be performances from the Primorsky Regional Philharmonic Variety Orchestra and soloists.

Admission is free.