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Moscow's cultural scene is famously enormous and varied - but where to start? Our arts-savvy editorial team trawl what's on offer, to bring you our selection of Culture Picks for your leisure time. Current and upcoming recommendations are:
11.11.18  20:00 Sting & Shaggy
Pop/rock legend Sting and reggae superstar Shaggy are bringing their dynamic and vibrant 44/876 joint show to Moscow this November. Hailed “one of the most anticipated concerts of the year” and “a two-hour musical melting pot”, the 44/876 Tour finds the iconic artists combining their bands to perform songs from their recently-released, island-flavored album, 44/876 (A&M/Interscope Records), and collaborating on each other’s most celebrated hits such as "Every Breath You Take," "Englishman In New York," "Message In A Bottle,” “It Wasn’t Me,” "Mr. Boombastic" and "Angel.” ‬‬‬‬The 44/876 Tour took Europe by storm this summer as Sting & Shaggy's island-inspired music both delighted and surprised fans across the continent. According to figures reported to Billboard Boxscore, the dynamic duo already grossed $10.8 million on the road during the trek's opening leg in Europe, playing to 132,155 fans across the continent, spread across 23 sold-out shows. Read more
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13.11.18  19:00 Jamiroquai (UK)
A band called Jamiroquai arrived on Earth in the 1990s, and are led by a young, jazz-infused soulman called Jay Kay, aka the Buffalo Man, aka The Cat in the Hat. He forecasts global success in the shape of over 27 million album sales, Grammy Awards, Ivor Novello gongs, MTV Moonmen, five sold-out world tours and more than 25 years of existence. The band has gone through several lineup changes during its career, but through it all, their leader has remained singer/songwriter Jason Kay (aka J.K.). The band currently consists of Jason Luis 'Jay Kay' Cheetham (vocals), Matt Johnson (keyboards), Rob Harris (guitar), Paul Turner (bass), Derrick McKenzie (drums) , Sola Akingbola (percussion), Lorraine McIntosh (backing vocals) and Hazel Fernandez (backing vocals). The name "Jamiroquai" is derived from the Native American Iroquois tribe, with which Kay has said he identifies philosophically, combined with "Jam", as in musical jamming. Read more
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