The old English courtyard was built at the beginning of the 16th century, in the era of Ivan the Terrible.
This unique architectural monument survived many eras and at the end of the 20th century became a museum
(which was opened by Queen Elizabeth II of Great Britain herself)
Under the arches of the chambers of the Old English Courtyard, we hold October cycle concerts.
The program of concerts is to match the mansion: the music of the composers of the Baroque era, Vivaldi, Telemann, Marais.
The program will be performed on historical instruments: baroque oboe, lute and viola da gamba.
Performers - chamber ensemble "Les Moscovites":
Philip Nodel (baroque oboe, recorder)
Asya Grechishcheva (lute, theorba, baroque guitar)
Alexander Gulin (cello, viola da gamba)