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Special music sessions at the Ice Rink

11/14/2020 - 03/14/2021
8 pm – 9 pm

Every day, 8–9 pm

This year, resident DJs of NHI.FM radio have recorded a special musical accompaniment for the Ice Rink, and the 6 pm sessions (from November 21, 8 pm) every day will have special musical themes — you can skate to classical music hits, famous film soundtracks, romantic songs of the Soviet pop music, fairy tale hymns of classical composers, Brazilian music of the ‘60s, California yacht-rock, retro-futuristic electronics and other bespoke musical selections

Regular ticket prices apply. See the Ice Rink page for tickets.


Yellow Shoes  is the music of not so central parks of culture and recreation. A selection of Soviet pop music of local houses of culture and hobby clubs. Leningrad rock club, early Bravo songs, street hooligans and other outlandish wonderments of the ’80s.


Checkpoint Charlie — European new wave bands from the Berlin Wall era. Music from the discos of western Germany: the Berlin period of David Bowie, Nena, Pet Shop Boys and some little-known musical rarities in-between.


I'm On a Boat is a yacht rock and blue-eyed soul of California of the ’70s and ’80s.


Karelian Tropicália is Brazilian music of the ’60s, Girl from Ipanema, soundtracks from the early James Bond films and Bossa nova. 


Space Odyssey 2021 is the music of the future made in the past. Retrofuturism, space travel and synthesizers.


Classic Odyssey 1892 — Eugene Onegin and the Nutcracker on the Swan Lake ice rink of New Holland Island. Favourite and familiar classical tunes.


Tales of the Blue Screen — music of movie wizards from both sides of the Atlantic. Soundtracks from the most popular fairy tales and New Year's films of the last hundred years.

Friday, Saturday, 10–11 pm

Silent Disco — special session with music playing in wireless headphones

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