Our goal – to emphasize to people that we really are responsible for those we domesticate. So many animals are thrown to the forces of fate, often by their owners. And each animal has it’s own story thy reads so clearly in their loyal eyes. Look closer!
The exhibition supports a charitable cause – profits go to the first official shelter in Uzbekistan “Hayot-Life”, the owner of which is airosa Matkarimova.
Photographs of stray animals, as well as those living in the shelter, accenting their lively but silent eyes. We want to awaken feelings of humanity, understanding and acceptance of a difficult life. (more…)
February 28th, at 6:30, the Ilkhom Theatre will host the pianist Ruslan Volkov’s artist evening.
POLYSPHERE is an intriguing puzzle made of multicolored angles, compiled in the process of collaboration between people representing different musical genres such as pop, rock, blues, and cinematic.
POLYSPHERE is a multitude of puzzles coming together in Ruslan Volkov’s performance.
His friends will help him assemble these puzzles: the actors and musicians are ready to play – are you? (more…)
The Legend of Russian Blues – Yuriy Naumov!
For the first time in Tashkent, as part of the IlkhomRockFest – please welcome the legend of Russian blues Yuriy Naumov!
A virtuous guitarist, skilled in the unique technique of playing a 9-string instrument and 26 signature guitar builds, a human orchestra, shaman of sound, and a legend of the Russian blues.
Only on March 2nd and 3rd – Yuriy Naumov will present his new studio album titled “Escapist” on the stage of the Ilkhom Theatre. (more…)
February 16th at 3 pm, the Ilkhom Theatre will host an open music improvisation guided by the rhythmic musician and glucophone master Sergei Antonov.
This event will be of interest to everyone – those who already play music, and those who simply love music. The main condition for participating is to bring any music instrument available to you – it could be a six string guitar, African djembe, flute, drums, or a bucket – all it has to do is make a sound.
The format will be acoustic, instruments will not be connected to amplifiers so that we only have unedited sound.
Bring your friends and your good spirits. Let’s make sound together!
February 22nd, the Ilkhom Theatre will host the performance of the band DalaHast.
You will hear original instrumental and vocal compositions of the band in the style “festival fusion”. This is what the musicians call their music – it’s a mix of various styles and genres.
“We perform what warms us, and we want to gift you that warmth” – DalaHast.