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Zhytomyr Regional Philharmonic

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Zhytomyr Regional Philharmonic named after S. Richter is one of the leading concert establishments in the country and the oldest theater in Ukraine.

The Philharmonic was built in 1858 as a theater premises at the expense of Polish nobles. At that time it was directed by a Polish theatrical figure, writer Józef Kraszewski. The hall was almost perfectly round, so it had great acoustics. In 1966, due to the construction of a new building for the regional music and drama theater, the historic building was completely renovated for the needs of the Philharmonic.

The Zhytomyr Philharmonic was opened in 1938 and is now named after the famous pianist Sviatoslav Richter. The Philharmonic Concert Hall is designed for 420 seats and worthily represents the art of music both in Ukraine and abroad.

The troupes of Kropyvnytskyi and Starytskyi, Karpenko-Kary, and Saksaganskyi performed on the stage of the Zhytomyr Regional Philharmonic. Also on the stage were world-famous Viardo, Krushelnytska, Aldridge, and Ukrainian – Zankovetskaya, Sadovskaya

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Zhytomyr, street Pushkinskaya, 26
50.249329, 28.664566
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Interesting places
Castle Hill, castle site of Zhytomyr Castle
вулиця михайлівська інсталяція парасолька житомир
Interesting places
Mykhailivska Pedestrian Street
Interesting places
Suspended pedestrian bridge
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Recreation
Yuri Gagarin Park (Shoduar Park)
Museums
National museum of astronautics of S.P. Korolyov
Churches, cathedrals, monasteries
Seminary Church of St. John of Dukla (1838-1842)
Natural objects
Rock “Head of Chatsky”
Architectural buildings
Local history museum
Churches, cathedrals, monasteries
St. Michael’s Cathedral
Architectural buildings
Water tower
Churches, cathedrals, monasteries
Transfiguration Cathedral
Churches, cathedrals, monasteries
Cathedral of St. Sophia
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