Cast: Chulpan Khamatova, Veronika Kozhukharova (saxophone) and Polina Kondratkova (pianoforte). On the works: M. Tsvetaeva "Mother and Music", B. Akhmadulina "The Tale of Rain", verses by M. Tsvetaeva. Today the name Chulpan Khamatova is familiar not only to the theater and cinema audience, but to every inhabitant of our country. They know Chulpan as an actress, the founder of the Give Life Foundation, a public figure. A young, talented, popular actress became the absolute leader of the generation, a moral guide for many. The ability to choose unique creative material (let us recall the roles of Bella Akhmadulina, Lara in "Doctor Zhivago") and the inner tuning fork of the actress give special trust to the plays and films with her participation. So, and "Music Lessons" have arisen not casually: unique poetry, music and a thin actor's embodiment - all has converged in performance-monologue. When the delicate figure of an actress with a laconic hairdo appears in the tangle of words and music, in a black, strict dress, the image-association is born to the viewer. These are the great poets Tsvetaeva and Akhmadullina, whose poems sound, and actresses-legends: Juliet Mazina and Edith Piaf. The play "Music Lessons" is not a theater blockbuster, it is a show-soul, quiet, subtle, full of trepidation, music and poetry. As Bella Akhmadulina said: "... the piano and you are two strong silence, two weak throats: music and speech." If you like poetry and music, come, if - no, then, especially, come. Maybe it's time to try to hear great poetry. And, believe me, Chulpan Khamatova is an ideal guide to the world of words and music. "This is not just a performance - it's our furious desire to share the possibility of escape from an emasculated, unfeeling reality. We are "today's" saxophonist Veronica Kozhukharov, pianist Polina Kondratkova and actress Chulpan Khamatova - two great women, two great poets Marina Tsvetaeva and Bella Akhmadulina, will take their hands. A great insolence to read this prose and poems from the stage, but the joy that they give outweighs any fear. And squinting, we still dive into this beautiful element. Together with you! "- says Chulpan Khamatova, and she can be trusted.