Celebrate the Defender’s Day with Spasskaya Tower at the Central Children’s Store in Luybyanka
A gala concert will take place on February the 24th to celebrate the Defender’s Day and the Centenary of the Russian Army at the Central Children’s Store in Luybyanka with the support of the Spasskaya Tower Directorate
On Saturday the 24th, all Central Children’s store visitors will be offered performances by four talented children’s bands, permanent participants of the Children’s Bands Festival held in the framework of the Spasskaya Tower for Children programme.
The audience will be offered performances by wind bands of the Children’s Wind Instruments Music School No. 2 under V. Isaev, Children’s Music School named after A. Goldenweizer under A. Volkov, Music Association of the Academic Preparatory School No. 1534 under K. Vasolyonok, Children’s Music School named after V. Stasov under its artistic director and chief conductor, honoured artist of Russia R. Imaev.
Concert starts at: 13.00
Address: 5/1, Teatralny proezd, Moscow
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A SATURDAY FULL OF MUSIC IS AHEAD OF YOU!
Spasskaya Tower for Children project launched in 2012 was established by the initiative of the Spasskaya Tower International Military Music Festival to enhance patriotic values in the young generations.
The programme of the project is very extensive; it includes a lot of entertainment and educational events: the Festival of Children’s and Youth Wind Bands, the Interregional Competition of Youth Honor Guards, musical flash mobs, master classes and much more.
The Directorate of the Festival pays serious attention to the development of its social program, constantly increasing and improving daytime activities at the riding arena and at the children’s area, which everyone can freely visit during the Festival.
In 2018, the Eleventh Spasskaya Tower International Military Music Festival will be held August 24th to September 2nd, 2018 on Red Square.
Central Kids Store on Lubyanka is a unique destination for family and children’s leisure, combined with a full range of shopping offer for kids. The legendary store is the flagship of the children’s industry. It is a point of attraction for Muscovites and visitors to the capital.
The total area of CDM is 73,000 square meters. Over 20% of the leasing area is dedicated to edutainment concepts: KidBurg City of Professions, Innopark, Alice, Eyebyrint, Dinopark. Among the shops are Hamleys World, Disney, H&M Kids, Olant, BHS, Mothercare, GAP Kids, Stokke, Reima, Silver Cross, Pelican, Gulliver, Beba Kids, Sanetta, Acoola, Petit Bateau, Magia Detstva and many others.
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The company is one of the five largest real estate developers in Moscow. The total area of the development projects implemented by Hals-Development is 1.6 million sq m. In 2016 and 2017, the company commissioned seven real estate projects with a total area of about 600,000 sq m: 1st and 2nd stages of the business-class Nasledie Residential Complex, elite Wine House Quarter, Peking Gardens Apartment Complex, IQ-Quarter (International Business Center Moscow-City), and elite Teatralny Dom Quarter.
The total area of real estate under construction in the company’s portfolio is over 800,000 sq m. Four projects are currently under construction: 3rd stage of the business-class Nasledie Complex, multifunctional Iskra-Park Complex, Dostoyanie Residential Complex, and Nevskaya Ratusha project in Saint Petersburg.
The company’s portfolio includes currently operating commercial real estate: SkyLight Business Center, Danilovsky Fort Business Center, Peking Hotel, shopping and entertainment complex Central Kids Store, Kamelia resort complex in Sochi, and other projects in Moscow and other regions of Russia.