The Theater “Russian Song” (Theater of Nadezhda Babkina) is a Moscow State Academic Theater “Russian Song.” The theater’s large stage is in the Diamond Hall business center, and the small stage is on Sadovaya-Chernogryazskaya Street (Moscow). The theater has a children’s and youth folklore studio.
The area of the three-story facility is 8700 m², the large stage was designed for 1000 spectators, the width of the hall was 30 meters, and the width of the stage was 33 meters. The building made it possible to implement large-scale folklore projects and acquaint the viewer with the cultural traditions of the people of Russia. In addition to theater concerts, cultural days, forums, performances by pop artists, drama performances and charity evenings are held on the stage. The opening of the Big Stage took place on October 27, 2014.
In 2015, the theater prepared Russia’s first children’s New Year’s folklore show on ice with the participation of Olympic figure skating champions and artists of the Ice Miniatures Theater.
Nadezhda Georgievna Babkina (born March 19, 1950, Akhtubinsk, Astrakhan Region) is a Soviet and Russian folk and pop singer, actress, television and radio host, folk song researcher, teacher, political and public figure; People’s Artist of Russia (1992), People’s Artist of the Chechen Republic (2010), laureate of the Lenin Komsomol Prize (1978).
Founder and artistic director of the vocal ensemble “Russian Song” (since 1974). Member of the Moscow City Duma (2014-2019) and member of the Russian political party United Russia.
Working days: daily, 12:00–19:00.
Address: Olympiyskiy Avenue, 14, Moscow.
Metro: Dostoevskaya, Tsvetnoy Boulevard, Prospekt Mira.