The Moscow State Conservatory named after Tchaikovsky Ppetra - the main concert hall of the capital, where concerts of classical music. The conservatory also higher musical education institution, the second of the founding of a conservatory in Russia (1866). Along with the St. Petersburg Conservatory it is one of the leading music schools of the country.
Nikolai Rubinstein created the Moscow Conservatory in 1866, he organized on the basis of the Moscow branch of the Musical classes of the Imperial Russian Musical Society. During the existence of the Conservatory of its walls came distinguished musicians and performers. Among them, Dmitri Shostakovich, Alexander Scriabin, Michael Starokadomsky, Aram Khachaturian, Leonid Kogan and many other prominent musicians, conductors, composers and musical figures of modern times and the past years.
Every day, in the three halls of the Conservatory - Big, Small and Rachmaninov - concerts of leading Russian and foreign performers and groups.