PlayBill of the Academic Capella of St. Petersburg
The State Academic Capella of St. Petersburg is the oldest domestic professional musical institution that has defined the development and development of the entire Russian professional musical culture as its activity. Here, for the first time in Russia, all the main areas of musical performance and music education consistently appeared.
The date of birth of the Capella is considered to be August 12, 1479, when the III choir of the Tsar's singing clerks, founded by the Grand Duke of Moscow Ivan, took part in the consecration service of the Assumption Cathedral, the first stone church of the Moscow Kremlin.
The plan of the hall of the Academic Capella of St. Petersburg with the numbering of seats