Nikolay Rubinstein Museum

This museum was named in honor of Russian composer-pianist Nikolay Rubinstein (1835-1881). It is located in the main building of Tchaikovsky Conservatory. Settled in the Oval Hall and Exhibition hall, it recounts the history of the Conservatory. Paintings and bust of great musicians are exhibited, as well as furniture and music instruments such as Konstantin Igumnov’s (1873-1948) piano.
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