From 24 to 26 February 2018, a three-day charity event, The BOLSHOI NIGHT arranged by Natalia Rotenberg Foundation, took place in Moscow. Within this event, business forum, gala dinner and private tour across Kremlin attended by more than 200 guests, including businessmen, politicians and celebrities from all over the world, was held.
The first day took place in Four Seasons hotel, and the Moscow Government Minister, Sergey Cheryomin, and the President of NR Foundation, Natalia Rotenberg, opened the Forum. The speakers were: Grigory Avetov, Aleksey Voronin, Alexander Bely, Anton Rudakov, Yulia Enhel, Avi Lerner, Mikko Lahtonen, Zhanna Bektemirova and Stuart Lawson. Between the speaker presentations, a zone for active networking was created.
The second day started with viewing the Nutcracker ballet in the Historical hall of the Bolshoi Theatre. Thereafter, the guests headed to the gala dinner held in the Tchaikovsky hall of Four Seasons hotel. As part of the charity event, THE BOLSHOI book was presented, young talents supported by Natalia Rotenberg Foundation performed on the stage, and auction was held, the proceeds of which were used for the projects associated with the development of children’s talent throughout the Russian Federation. The following brands became the partners of charity auction: Feld & Volk, Julia Dilua Fur House, Art-Bureau TRIDVORNOVA, Enhel Group Company, Margy’s Monte Carlo, Admares, Walter De Silva, Beau Han Xu, Clive Christian and Hotel Eden Roc. The evening ended with the performance of British singer SONIQUE.
The third day became the immersion of foreign guests into Russian culture, as part of which the private tour across Kremlin was arranged, whereupon the guests went to BOLSHOI by NOVIKOV restaurant, where they became acquainted with the Russian cuisine.
The BOLSHOI NIGHT was best remembered by foreign guests as their best visit to Russia. Large Russian entrepreneurs could establish contacts with the representatives of foreign business community. Due to this auction, hundreds of talented children throughout the country will get an opportunity to develop their talent, and Russia will face large economical and socially important projects. Natalia Rotenberg Foundation plans to continue holding such events on a regular basis.