Performing arts in Russia, Ukraine and nations of the former Soviet Union have earned an esteemed reputation around the world. From renowned classical music, ballet, opera and folk dance, to celebrated playwrights, composers, directors, singers and dancers, many Soviet and Post-Soviet names are synonymous with excellence in music, dance and theater. And to give visitors an introduction to performing arts in Eastern Europe, Central Asia and the Caucasus, we’ve listed some of the must attend theaters, concert halls and festivals where you’ll be able to attend live performances.
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