“My music is a soundtrack for life, it’s full of moments that have been a part of my life in one way or the other. The stories that I tell somehow resonate with other lives. This is when the feeling of all of us speaking one common language is born,” says the young pianist and composer Kirill Richter, who became the star of Pokrovka Street’s Tsiferblat (Clockface) anti-cafe. After earning enough money to buy a new piano for Tsiferblat, Kirill began performing for larger audiences at the free of charge concerts in Gorky Park and as an opening act for international neoclassical musicians.
Rochdelskaya street, 15/24