“How do the frescoes of the Sistine Chapel sound? Michelangelo and Bach - Titans of the Baroque "

Artists paint pictures inspired by music. Composers compose Pictures at an Exhibition. The visual and temporary arts are in an eternal dialogue.

Music and visual feed each other.

With the help of music, we will transport our listeners to different eras, sound the artistic salons of Paris, the musical living rooms of the Winter Palace and even the frescoes of the Sistine Chapel.

  • DATE 25.11.2021
  • Country Russia
  • City Moscow
  • Place Cultural Centro Ismail Akhmetov


Date Event Name
25.11.2021, 19:00 “How do the frescoes of the Sistine Chapel sound? Michelangelo and Bach - Titans of the Baroque "
Russia, Moscow, Cultural Centro Ismail Akhmetov


Анна Вихрова

Anna Vikhrova

Historian, art critic, lecturer, curator of exhibition and educational projects. Graduated from the Faculty of History of the Moscow State Pedagogical University, the Department of the Ancient World and the Middle Ages. Professional experience at the Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts - 26 years. She went through all the steps of the career ladder: from a courier to a senior researcher at the Museum.

"In the ocean of contemporary art, I am guided by the" watched eye ", since for 26 years I have been spending 24/7 among the masterpieces of world art in museums and private interiors"
Басиния Шульман

Basinia Shulman

Laureate of international competitions, graduate of the Moscow Conservatory, student of Eliso Virsaladze, is a prominent representative of the Russian piano school. Touring in Russia and abroad, Basinia performs in prestigious concert halls around the world. Along with the academic repertoire, the artist offers improvisational interpretations of classical works, collaborates with jazz musicians, and experiments with crossover projects.

For many years, Basinia Shulman has been the creator and producer of various musical drama productions and educational programs that are successfully staged at various concert venues.