"Music Meetings in the Kremlin" is a new music project of the Moscow Kremlin Museums, which has already been acclaimed by our audience. Two concerts linked by a single theme - the musical masterpieces of the great Romanticists – opened the music series this spring.The first of which featured the works of Johannes Brahms and Antonin Dvorak performed by the famous Borodin Quartet and the laureate of the XV International Tchaikovsky Competition Dmitry Masleev (piano). The second reception – "Franz Liszt and Russian Romanticism Music" – was a recital by pianist D. Masleev, who performed masterpieces by Russian Romantic composers Sergei Rachmaninoff, Nikolai Medtner, Mily Balakirev, César Cui, and others, as well as by the great Romantic Franz Liszt, whose work is closely tied with Russia. The "New Year’s Mood" concert, which continued the theme of Romanticism in music, was completely sold out.

The next "Music Meeting in the Kremlin" entitled "Spring Dreams" will be held on 6 March.