Steklov Mathematical Institute

Lomonosov Moscow State University

General Information

Preliminary program

Practical information

Dedicated to S.I.Adian

Cultural events in Moscow

Pictures from the conference


Russian Foundation for Basic Research

Russian Academy of Sciences

Kurt Gödel Society (Austria)

Moscow Symposium on Logic, Algebra and Computation
Steklov Mathematical Institute
February 8-10, 2006

Concerts in Moscow from 5th till 9th February 2006

Below are some classical music concerts in Moscow around the time of the conference. All concerts begin at 19:00 unless stated otherwise. Prices usually not exceed $10 (unless stated otherwise).

Sunday, Feb. 5

  • Moscow Conservatory, Main Hall: Gidon Kremer (violin). "After Bach".
  • Tickets from $50, charity performance to support leukemia-sick children.

    Tuesday, Feb. 7

  • The House of Music: "The magic of baroque". Opera music. Pergolesi, Haendel. Soloists: Wilke, Debord, Ken Gould. "Teleman consort" orchestra.
  • Moscow Conservatory, Rakhmaninov Hall: Mikhail Lidsky (piano). Chopin, Schumann.
  • Orchestrion: Mikhail Pletnev and Russian National Orchestra. Beethoven concerts No.1,4. (Tickets up to $100, beginning at 8 pm.)
  • Wednesday, Feb. 8

  • Moscow Conservatory, Main Hall: Rafal Blechacz (piano). Chopin.
    Quote: "... Rafal Blechacz [read Blekhach] is a twenty years old genius. Poland has been waiting for thirty long years for such a pianist! Rafal conquered an array of brilliant Japanese competitors..."
  • Moscow Conservatory, Small Hall: Irina Osipova (piano). Schubert, List, Schubert-List.
  • Tchaikovsky Hall: Evening of musical jokes, parodies and encores. Rossini, Mozart, etc. Misha Rakhlevsky and "Kremlin" chamber orchestra.
  • Orchestrion: Mikhail Pletnev and Russian National Orchestra. Beethoven concerts No. 2,3. (Tickets up to $100, beginning at 8 pm.)
  • Thursday, Feb. 9

  • Moscow Conservatory, Main Hall: Tchaikovsky Symphonic Orchestra, conductor Vladimir Fedoseyev. Weber, Saint-Saens.
  • Moscow Conservatory, Small Hall: Quartet evening, M.I Glinka Quartet. Tchaikovsky, Chausson.
  • Moscow Conservatory, Rachmaninov Hall: The class of Prof. Zenaishvili. Clavier phantasies of Bach and cembalo music of 17-18 centuries.
  • Orchestrion: Mikhail Pletnev (piano) and Russian National Orchestra. Beethoven concert No.5. (Tickets from about $100, beginning at 8 pm.)
  • The House of Music: Nilda Fernandez, "the golden voice of France".