Cultural programme

February 14
10:00–17:30
Sirius Science and Art Park Laboratories (Main Media Centre, ground floor)
Tour of Sirius Science and Art Park This tour will focus on important discoveries, high technologies and professions of the future. It includes visiting ‘Poligony’ (testing grounds) s...
This tour will focus on important discoveries, high technologies and professions of the future. It includes visiting ‘Poligony’ (testing grounds) science & art exhibition (5 venues that will tell you about the most high-end areas of today’s science – from studying the basics of living cells to creating human machine interfaces and working with Big Data), the ‘Smart City’ exhibition and the Park’s 4 research labs (Prototyping / Ceramics / Biohacking / Nanotechnologies).

The tour is by invitation only. Invitations can be obtained at the cultural and sporting programmes stand (by entrance 1, 1st floor). Please note invitations are limited.

Tour schedule:
10:00–11:30 (in Russian)
11:30–13:00 (in Russian)
14:00–15:30 (in English)
16:00–17:30 (in Russian)

Contact: Venera Shamsutdinova (+7 964 945 83 56, shamsutdinova.vf@talantiuspeh.ru)
19:00–21:00
Winter Theatre (2, Teatralnaya Ul., Sochi)
Gala concert presented by the Youth Symphony Orchestra of Russia, conducted by Yuri Bashmet The Youth Symphony Orchestra of Russia was founded in 2012. It is formed from more than 100 young musicians aged between 10 and 22, who hail from m...
The Youth Symphony Orchestra of Russia was founded in 2012. It is formed from more than 100 young musicians aged between 10 and 22, who hail from more than 40 Russian towns and cities.
In addition to performing in venues across Russia every year, the ensemble has also enjoyed great success in a number of legendary European concert halls, including the Wiener Musikverein (Vienna), the Auditorium Verdi (Milan), the Royal Concertgebouw (Amsterdam), and the Berliner Philharmoniker, as well as at the UN Headquarters in Geneva.
In September 2018, the orchestra embarked on its first tour of Asia, with concerts in Singapore, Shanghai, Beijing, and Seoul.
The young musicians participated in the 22nd Winter Olympic Games Closing Ceremony in Sochi in 2014, and in the 2018 FIFA World Cup Opening Ceremony in Russia.

A ticket is required to attend this event; these can be purchased via your personal web office.
Tickets must be paid for separately by Forum participants.
19:30–22:30
Baikal restaurant (2a, Olimpiysky Prospekt, Sochi)
Non Trivial Pursuit with Alexander Drouz This intellectual game show is devoted to Russia’s cities and regions in history and in modern times.
The aim is to increase knowledge of Russ...
This intellectual game show is devoted to Russia’s cities and regions in history and in modern times.
The aim is to increase knowledge of Russia, its multinational and multicultural environment, and its attractiveness as a place for investment.
Entitled ‘A BIG COUNTRY’, the quiz will feature questions that reveal both the historical context and the specific aspects of development in Russia’s regions today.
Presenters – Alexander Drouz and Mikhail Skipsky.

The event is open by invitation to Premium and Standard package participants. Advance registration is required.
You can find more detailed information in your personal web office.
February 15
10:00–13:00
Sirius Science and Art Park Laboratories (Main Media Centre, ground floor)
Tour of Sirius Science and Art Park This tour will focus on important discoveries, high technologies and professions of the future. It includes visiting ‘Poligony’ (testing grounds) s...
This tour will focus on important discoveries, high technologies and professions of the future. It includes visiting ‘Poligony’ (testing grounds) science & art exhibition (5 venues that will tell you about the most high-end areas of today’s science – from studying the basics of living cells to creating human machine interfaces and working with Big Data), the ‘Smart City’ exhibition and the Park’s 4 research labs (Prototyping / Ceramics / Biohacking / Nanotechnologies).

The tour is by invitation only. Invitations can be obtained at the cultural and sporting programmes stand (by entrance 1, 1st floor). Please note invitations are limited.

Tour schedule:
10:00–11:30 (in Russian)
11:30–13:00 (in English)
Contact: Venera Shamsutdinova (+7 964 945 83 56, shamsutdinova.vf@talantiuspeh.ru)
15:30–16:30
Orange Forum hall (right foyer, Main Media Centre)
Un Amore Cosi Grande concert The Tenors of the XXI Century present Un Amore Cosi Grande, a fascinating classical concert performance with which the ensemble usually make their ...
The Tenors of the XXI Century present Un Amore Cosi Grande, a fascinating classical concert performance with which the ensemble usually make their debut on the world’s most prestigious stages. The programme includes operatic arias, excerpts from classical operettas, Spanish and Neapolitan songs, and well-known melodies from the repertoire of the great tenors: Mario Lanza, Giuseppe Di Stefano, Luciano Pavarotti, José Carreras, and Plácido Domingo.
Accompanying the tenors on piano will be the ensemble’s Artistic Director Dmitry Sibirtsev. The audience will have the chance to enjoy such hit classics as Nessun Dorma, La Danza, La donna è mobile, Caruso, Dicitencello Vuie, Granada, Bésame Mucho, and many more.
Guests will also be treated to a performance on piano by Mikhail Mikhailov, who participated in the February educational programme at the Sirius Education Centre.

Free entry for all Forum participants.
19:00–21:00
Winter Theatre (2, Teatralnaya Ul., Sochi)
Play: Don’t Leave Your Planet A play based on Antoine de Saint-Exupery’s The Little Prince.
Featuring Konstantin Khabensky, Yuri Bashmet, and the Moscow Soloists Chamber En...
A play based on Antoine de Saint-Exupery’s The Little Prince.
Featuring Konstantin Khabensky, Yuri Bashmet, and the Moscow Soloists Chamber Ensemble.
Director and Production Designer – Viktor Kramer, Composer – Kuzma Bodrov.
Produced in collaboration with the Sovremennik Theatre.

A ticket is required to attend this event; these can be purchased via your personal web office.
Tickets must be paid for separately by Forum participants.
February 16
19:00–21:30
Winter Theatre (2, Teatralnaya Ul., Sochi)
Gala opening concert for the Winter International Arts Festival in Sochi ‘A dialogue across time and space’ – these are perhaps the best words to describe the programme for the 12th Winter International Arts Festival in ...
‘A dialogue across time and space’ – these are perhaps the best words to describe the programme for the 12th Winter International Arts Festival in Sochi’s opening concert, which combines the bright serenity of Viennese Classicism with the vivid dramatic expression of Romanticism and a mosaic of music from the present day.
Soloists:
José Vicente Castelló (French horn, Spain), Lore Binon (soprano, Belgium), Daijin Kim (piano, Republic of Korea), Yuri Bashmet (viola), Mihaela Martin (violin, Germany), Frank Campos (trumpet, USA).
The Moscow Soloists Chamber Ensemble
Artistic Director, Conductor, and Soloist: Yuri Bashmet.
The programme will include pieces by Haydn, Mozart, Weber, Hummel, Wieniawski, Valery Voronov, Patrick De Clerck, and Zhiyi Wang.

A ticket is required to attend this event; these can be purchased via your personal web office.
Tickets must be paid for separately by Forum participants.
February 14
10:00–17:30
Sirius Science and Art Park Laboratories (Main Media Centre, ground floor)
Tour of Sirius Science and Art Park This tour will focus on important discoveries, high technologies and professions of the future. It includes visiting ‘Poligony’ (testing grounds) s...
This tour will focus on important discoveries, high technologies and professions of the future. It includes visiting ‘Poligony’ (testing grounds) science & art exhibition (5 venues that will tell you about the most high-end areas of today’s science – from studying the basics of living cells to creating human machine interfaces and working with Big Data), the ‘Smart City’ exhibition and the Park’s 4 research labs (Prototyping / Ceramics / Biohacking / Nanotechnologies).

The tour is by invitation only. Invitations can be obtained at the cultural and sporting programmes stand (by entrance 1, 1st floor). Please note invitations are limited.

Tour schedule:
10:00–11:30 (in Russian)
11:30–13:00 (in Russian)
14:00–15:30 (in English)
16:00–17:30 (in Russian)

Contact: Venera Shamsutdinova (+7 964 945 83 56, shamsutdinova.vf@talantiuspeh.ru)
19:00–21:00
Winter Theatre (2, Teatralnaya Ul., Sochi)
Gala concert presented by the Youth Symphony Orchestra of Russia, conducted by Yuri Bashmet The Youth Symphony Orchestra of Russia was founded in 2012. It is formed from more than 100 young musicians aged between 10 and 22, who hail from m...
The Youth Symphony Orchestra of Russia was founded in 2012. It is formed from more than 100 young musicians aged between 10 and 22, who hail from more than 40 Russian towns and cities.
In addition to performing in venues across Russia every year, the ensemble has also enjoyed great success in a number of legendary European concert halls, including the Wiener Musikverein (Vienna), the Auditorium Verdi (Milan), the Royal Concertgebouw (Amsterdam), and the Berliner Philharmoniker, as well as at the UN Headquarters in Geneva.
In September 2018, the orchestra embarked on its first tour of Asia, with concerts in Singapore, Shanghai, Beijing, and Seoul.
The young musicians participated in the 22nd Winter Olympic Games Closing Ceremony in Sochi in 2014, and in the 2018 FIFA World Cup Opening Ceremony in Russia.

A ticket is required to attend this event; these can be purchased via your personal web office.
Tickets must be paid for separately by Forum participants.
19:30–22:30
Baikal restaurant (2a, Olimpiysky Prospekt, Sochi)
Non Trivial Pursuit with Alexander Drouz This intellectual game show is devoted to Russia’s cities and regions in history and in modern times.
The aim is to increase knowledge of Russ...
This intellectual game show is devoted to Russia’s cities and regions in history and in modern times.
The aim is to increase knowledge of Russia, its multinational and multicultural environment, and its attractiveness as a place for investment.
Entitled ‘A BIG COUNTRY’, the quiz will feature questions that reveal both the historical context and the specific aspects of development in Russia’s regions today.
Presenters – Alexander Drouz and Mikhail Skipsky.

The event is open by invitation to Premium and Standard package participants. Advance registration is required.
You can find more detailed information in your personal web office.
February 15
10:00–13:00
Sirius Science and Art Park Laboratories (Main Media Centre, ground floor)
Tour of Sirius Science and Art Park This tour will focus on important discoveries, high technologies and professions of the future. It includes visiting ‘Poligony’ (testing grounds) s...
This tour will focus on important discoveries, high technologies and professions of the future. It includes visiting ‘Poligony’ (testing grounds) science & art exhibition (5 venues that will tell you about the most high-end areas of today’s science – from studying the basics of living cells to creating human machine interfaces and working with Big Data), the ‘Smart City’ exhibition and the Park’s 4 research labs (Prototyping / Ceramics / Biohacking / Nanotechnologies).

The tour is by invitation only. Invitations can be obtained at the cultural and sporting programmes stand (by entrance 1, 1st floor). Please note invitations are limited.

Tour schedule:
10:00–11:30 (in Russian)
11:30–13:00 (in English)
Contact: Venera Shamsutdinova (+7 964 945 83 56, shamsutdinova.vf@talantiuspeh.ru)
15:30–16:30
Orange Forum hall (right foyer, Main Media Centre)
Un Amore Cosi Grande concert The Tenors of the XXI Century present Un Amore Cosi Grande, a fascinating classical concert performance with which the ensemble usually make their ...
The Tenors of the XXI Century present Un Amore Cosi Grande, a fascinating classical concert performance with which the ensemble usually make their debut on the world’s most prestigious stages. The programme includes operatic arias, excerpts from classical operettas, Spanish and Neapolitan songs, and well-known melodies from the repertoire of the great tenors: Mario Lanza, Giuseppe Di Stefano, Luciano Pavarotti, José Carreras, and Plácido Domingo.
Accompanying the tenors on piano will be the ensemble’s Artistic Director Dmitry Sibirtsev. The audience will have the chance to enjoy such hit classics as Nessun Dorma, La Danza, La donna è mobile, Caruso, Dicitencello Vuie, Granada, Bésame Mucho, and many more.
Guests will also be treated to a performance on piano by Mikhail Mikhailov, who participated in the February educational programme at the Sirius Education Centre.

Free entry for all Forum participants.
19:00–21:00
Winter Theatre (2, Teatralnaya Ul., Sochi)
Play: Don’t Leave Your Planet A play based on Antoine de Saint-Exupery’s The Little Prince.
Featuring Konstantin Khabensky, Yuri Bashmet, and the Moscow Soloists Chamber En...
A play based on Antoine de Saint-Exupery’s The Little Prince.
Featuring Konstantin Khabensky, Yuri Bashmet, and the Moscow Soloists Chamber Ensemble.
Director and Production Designer – Viktor Kramer, Composer – Kuzma Bodrov.
Produced in collaboration with the Sovremennik Theatre.

A ticket is required to attend this event; these can be purchased via your personal web office.
Tickets must be paid for separately by Forum participants.
February 16
19:00–21:30
Winter Theatre (2, Teatralnaya Ul., Sochi)
Gala opening concert for the Winter International Arts Festival in Sochi ‘A dialogue across time and space’ – these are perhaps the best words to describe the programme for the 12th Winter International Arts Festival in ...
‘A dialogue across time and space’ – these are perhaps the best words to describe the programme for the 12th Winter International Arts Festival in Sochi’s opening concert, which combines the bright serenity of Viennese Classicism with the vivid dramatic expression of Romanticism and a mosaic of music from the present day.
Soloists:
José Vicente Castelló (French horn, Spain), Lore Binon (soprano, Belgium), Daijin Kim (piano, Republic of Korea), Yuri Bashmet (viola), Mihaela Martin (violin, Germany), Frank Campos (trumpet, USA).
The Moscow Soloists Chamber Ensemble
Artistic Director, Conductor, and Soloist: Yuri Bashmet.
The programme will include pieces by Haydn, Mozart, Weber, Hummel, Wieniawski, Valery Voronov, Patrick De Clerck, and Zhiyi Wang.

A ticket is required to attend this event; these can be purchased via your personal web office.
Tickets must be paid for separately by Forum participants.

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