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February 16, 2022, 07:03

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At least 140 people will be able to study there.

Moscow State Choreographic School named after L.M. Lavrovsky will move to a four-story building, which is located in the Basmanny district at the address: Chaplygina street, house 9, building 3. This was told by the Minister of the Government of Moscow, Head of City Property Department Maxim Gaman.

“The Moscow government creates the necessary conditions for initial and professional creative education. To support such educational institutions, the city allocates premises that allow them to receive a large audience of pupils and students. So, in 2019, the capital provided creative schools with five facilities with a total area of ​​6.6 thousand square meters, in 2020 – two premises with an area of ​​​​one thousand square meters, in 2021 – five facilities with an area of ​​6.8 thousand square meters. At the beginning of 2022, the choreographic school named after L.M. Lavrovsky. Now it will be based in the center of Moscow, on Chaplygina Street, in a separate four-story building with an area of ​​4.8 thousand square meters,” he said.

 

The school will move to a building built in 1939, which was designed and built as an educational institution. The object was selected on request and in accordance with the technical requirements of the capital’s Department of Culture. At least 140 people will be able to study here.

Prior to this, the choreographic school was located in a building on Marshal Vasilevsky Street and in rented premises on Nagatinskaya Street with a total area of ​​3.8 thousand square meters.

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Moscow State Choreographic School named after L.M. Lavrovsky was founded in 1993. Its graduates continue their studies in creative universities and work at the Bolshoi Theater, the Musical Theater named after People’s Artists K.S. Stanislavsky and Vl.I. Nemirovich-Danchenko, Children’s Musical Theater named after N.I. Sats, Theater of Classical Ballet Natalia Kasatkina and Vladimir Vasilev.

More information about the economic policy and property and land relations of Moscow can be found at site.

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