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The project has already been approved by Moskomexpertiza. Internal and external renovations will be carried out in the building.

One of the buildings of the Domisolka children’s musical theater is awaiting a major overhaul. The building was built in 1963. Specialists will update its facade and plinth, as well as completely replace the interior decoration. The project documentation has already been agreed by experts, the head of the Moskomexpertiza Valery Leonov.

“In the capital, much attention is paid to the development and support of children’s creativity. In Moscow, existing music schools, art houses and art schools are being renovated on an ongoing basis. Thus, a project for the overhaul of the five-story building of the Domisolka children’s musical theater, built in 1963, was approved. A comprehensive renovation of the children’s theater involves both external and internal work, as well as the restoration of the building’s engineering systems, ”said Valery Leonov.

 

A ventilated facade system will be installed on the theater building, the plinth will be trimmed with decorative elements, a ramp will be installed, and the coatings of the steps of the porches and entrance areas will be replaced. In addition, they will install windows, stained glass structures for the main entrance and outer doors of the stairwells.

Partitions, stair railings and internal door blocks will be partially replaced inside the building. Also, specialists will carry out a complete decoration of the premises, replace the floor covering, repair the ceilings and paint the walls.

The Domisolka children’s musical theater educates over 800 children aged from 3.5 to 18 years. There are 47 educational and concert groups and 78 programs of artistic, physical culture and sports, socio-pedagogical and technical orientation.

Over the past 10 years, 55 cultural objects have been commissioned in the capital, seven of them were built last year.

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