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Michael Nyman, Concert in Moscow.

This one off spectacular Moscow event will showcase Dziga Vertov's groundbreaking silent reissued, re-mastered work with a remarkable twist:  featuring Michael Nyman score. Dziga Vertov's “A Sixth Part of the World” is one of the key films in cinematic history showing Russian life in the early 20th Century - people of the city at work and play. Vertov uses all the cinematic techniques at his disposal; dissolves, split screen, slow motion and freeze frames, to produce a work that is exhilarating and intellectually brilliant.

This unique and unusual concert experience features silent film with orchestra accompanying live on stage and will create a night of memories to last a lifetime.

Dziga Vertov was a Soviet pioneer documentary film -maker, newsreel director and cinema theorist. His filming practices and theories influenced  today’s  documentary moviemaking so much that  the most known cinema figures  such as Leni Riefenstahl, Jean-Luc Godard, Chris Marker and Jean Rouch consider themselves Dziga Vertov’s followers.

Back in 1926 „A sixth part of the world”, innovative propaganda film, demonstrated  the Soviet Union’s  grand economic and industrial possibilities to the whole world .and now for the first time is coming back to  Moscow enhanced by Michael Nyman’s magnificent music .

One of the most prestigious concert halls of Moscow - Barvikha LUXURY VILLAGE Concert Hall was chosen to showcase “A Sixth Part of the World”, Michael Nyman project.

Barvikha Luxury Village concert hall is now one of the world’s most modern high-tech state of the art venues. Its events include the best theatre and choreographic productions, tours of the world’s top performers, movie premieres and tournaments, performances for children and musicals.

Stylish interior of the concert hall is the creation of the world-renowned architect and designer Antonio Citterio. Front panoramic windows framed with elegant vertical cedar panels fill the room with natural light creating a spacious feeling, but at the same time keeping a cosy chamber atmosphere.