Tour to Tchaikovsky House-Museum: +7 (926) 435 8687, +79-ANGEL-TOUR
Where words leave off, music begins.
Quoted by Tchaikovsky in a letter to Nadezhda von Meck 1878
Pyotr Tchaikovsky was born on May 7, 1840. In 2015 Russia celebrated the 175-th anniversary of Tchaikovsky's birth and Angel (with classical music fans among management) has launched Tour to Tchaikovsky House - Museum thereto.
Oh, how difficult it is to make anyone see and feel in music what we see and feel ourselves!
Tchaikovsky in a letter to Nadezhda von Meck 1878
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In 1885 Pyotr Tchaikovsky wrote to a friend, ‘These days I dream of settling in a village not far from Moscow where I can feel at home.’
Eventually Tchaikovsky settled in this perfect house "large, comfortable, out-of-town."
“I can’t imagine living anywhere else,” Tchaikovsky wrote about his house in 1885.
Tchaikovsky finalized in his house Iolanta, Nutcracker, Sleeping Beauty, Piano Concert No. 3., 18 piano pieces, 6 romances, 6th Symphony (Pathétique).
Let us listen to your favourite Tchaikovsky's piece when you are in his house to enjoy his music while contemplating the exibits.
The tour to Tchaikovsky Museum is available from Friday to Tuesday.
Read what our clients say about Angel's Tour to Tchaikovsky House-Museum:
Hi, Alexander. We enjoyed a lot our tour. It was amazing to see where Tchaikovsky lived the last days of his life.
From a personal point of view I think it's best to devote the better part of the day. I think real fans of Tchaikovsky will want to spend at least several hours at the museum...My expectation was that I would only be visiting his home. I had no idea there was a dedicated museum on the site as well...
Tchaikovsky was attracted to the house by its quietness. The house-museum is surrounded by the wooded park and retained that silence.
Tchaikovsky's house, where Tchaikovsky spent his final year (1892-1893), displays belongings and furniture of Tchaikovsky, including his grand piano.
Thchaikovsky museum hosts regular concerts, but only winners of the annual International Tchaikovsky Competition (May or June) are allowed to play his piano.
In addition, on the anniversary of the composer's birth (May 7) and death (November 6) memorial concerts are held in the concert hall next to Tchaikovsky house.
The concerts of Svyatoslav Rikhter, Emil Gilels, Irina Arkhipova, Maria Bieshu were great events in the Tchaikovsky Museum concert life.
Pyotr Tchaikovsky lived on the second floor. The living room is the largest room in Tchaikovsky's house and there is a bookcase with his music books.
The composer's younger brother Modest turned the house into a museum a year after Tchaikovsky's death. Tchaikovsky’s nephew Vladimir Davydov and servant Alexei Sofronov (who presented to Tchaikovsky museum personal property left to him according to the composer's will) helped to realize the idea of Tchaikovsky Museum.
Since then Tchaikovsky museum has been visited by millions passionate admirers of Tchaikovsky's music from around the world. Tchaikovsky house remains loved and alive much like his music. The visitors' book shows that trips to Tchaikovsky House-Museum for many of them were like a pilgrimage.
Bedrooms were austere in Tchaikovsky's house. However, it was in the bedroom that Tchaikovsky composed music. The garden was Tchaikovsky’s great love. Another passion of his was books - there are 2000 volumes at Tchaikovsky museum.
Christmas (or New Year) Tree is not a coincidence on this pictures. The plot of the Nutcracker unfolds at the New Year party…and the nearby Museum of Christmas Tree Toys has a special room about Tchaikovsky’s music.