This hall is named after great Russian conductor Evgeni Svetlanov.
The large foyer is fronted with marble in light color tones. The winter garden has a beautiful view of theMoskva River and the Novospassky Monastery.
The hall itself is paneled with Siberian larch wood which is reputed to be the best “acoustic” wood in the world.
The biggest organ in Russia built by two leading Germancompanies, Glatter-Götz and Klais, is the gem of the concert hall.This instrument has 84 stops, 4 manuals and possesses unparalleled sound abilities.
Svetlanov Hall has attracted the worldпїЅs music elite from its very first season.
High rating projects are constantly held on its stage.
The debut performance of the National Philharmonic of Russia created by Vladimir Spivakov took place in autumn 2003 at Svetlanov Hall.
The bronze bust of Evgeny Svetlanov by sculptor Mikhail Anikushin is installed in the foyer of Svetlanov Hall. The bust was donated to the Performing Arts Center by the widow of the great composer.
This hall with pillars is decorated in green and purple tones.
Excellent acoustic enables to hold both recitals and symphonic concerts.
The hall is furnished with a movable positive organ with seven stops and one manual made by German company Glatter-Götz.
Chamber Hall constantly hosts the stars from all over the planet.
It also became an excellent launching pad for the talented Russian youth
including the grant holders of Vladimir Spivakov International Charity Foundation.