The Russian Institute for the History of Arts joint events dedicated to Piotr Tchaikovsky
From 9 to 13 April 2018, within the framework of the cooperation agreement of the P.I.Tchaikovsky Museum-Estate (Votkinsk, Udmurt Republic) and the Russian Institute for the History of Arts in the homeland of the great Russian composer, a series of events was held as follows:
1) a series of lectures under the general title “The Music Class: The Art of Academic and Ethnic, Classical and Contemporary Art” (with the participation of Dr. I.V.Matzievsky, G.V.Tavlai, PhD, G.V.Kovalevsky, PhD, N.V.Alexandrova, research associate, O.V.Kolganova, PhD [Russian Institute for the History of Arts, St.Petersburg]);
2) the round table “The status and prospects of the research work of the Piotr Tchaikovsky Museum-Estate”;
3) the opening of the exhibition “In honor of Piotr Tchaikovsky” (from the funds of the P.I.Tchaikovsky Museum-Estate of and private collections of V. Pakhomov [Tchaikovsky] and E. Shutov [Izhevsk]);
4) scientific readings “Tchaikovsky unites” with international participation, which includes reports and speeches of composer Geoffrey Preter, Professor Iowa State University [USA], doctor I.V.Matsievsky, G.V.Tavlai, PhD, G.V.Kovalevsky, PhD, N.V.Alexandrova, research associate, (the event has been organized by Consulate General of the United States of America in Ekaterinburg, Udmurt State University, Department of International Cooperation and Public Relations of the UdSU).
According to the Museum-Estate, “15 lectures were read over three days of joint events program, attended by more than 600 students, teachers, museum staff, local historians”. The museum employees express their gratitude to all those who helped in the organization of the program.
The participants, in turn, express their deepest gratitude to the Tatiana Neganova – the director of P.I.Tchaikovsky Museum-Estate, as well as to all the museum staff for the warm and cordial welcome, the organization of excursions, the preservation of the atmosphere of comfort and kindness that once reigned in the house Ilya Petrovich and Alexandra Andreevna Tchaikovsky.