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Russian Academy of Theatre Arts

Russian Academy of Theatre Arts

Малый Кисловский переулок, д. 6, Moscow, 125009, Russia

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Catégorie
Maintenant FERMÉ
Heures
LU 09:00 – 18:00 SA Fermé
MA 09:00 – 18:00 DI Fermé
ME 09:00 – 18:00
JE 09:00 – 18:00
VE 09:00 – 18:00
Description The Russian University of Theatre Arts was founded on 22 September 1878 as the Shestakovsky Music School, became the Musico-Dramatic School of the Moscow Philharmonic Society in 1883, and was elevated to the status of a conservatory in 1886. Known as the Lunacharsky State Institute for Theatre Arts from 1934 to 1991, it is the largest and oldest independent theatrical arts school in Russia and is located in Moscow.Mission and backgroundGITIS trains students in various professions in the theatrical arts and simultaneously provides a traditional university education in liberal arts and humanities. Approximately 1,500 students, qualification-advancement students, and post-graduate students from various countries study at GITIS.Nineteenth centuryThe University was founded as the Shestakovskiy Music School for Coming People in Moscow at the end of the 19th century, patronized by the Society of Musical and Dramatic Arts Lovers. In 1883 the Society was renamed the Moscow Philharmonic Society and the school obtained the status of Musical-Drama Specialized School subordinated by the Society. They were under the patronage of Grand Duke Nikolai. Subsequently the School has been equal in the rights to higher educational institutions - conservatories that has been fixed by the new charter approved by Emperor under the petition of Great Princess Elizabeth Fedorovna.Drama classes of the musical-drama school were headed by well known actors, teachers and theatrical figures such as Alexander Yuzhin (1883–1889), Osyp Pravdin (1889–1891) and Vladimir Nemirovich-Danchenko (1891–1901). The 1898 class graduates included Olga Knipper, Margarita Savitskaya, and Vsevolod Meyerhold.
  • Малый Кисловский переулок, д. 6, Moscow, 125009, Russia
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