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. Last Updated: 07/27/2016

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Don't Go Alone


On Thursday see "Profundo Carmesi," or Deep Crimson, Arturo Ripstein's 1996 film. Set in 1940 in northern Mexico, it retells the story of "The Lonely Hearts Killers," a famous duo of murderers who made victims of lonely and wealthy American widows. The film shows in Spanish with live Russian translation at 6:30 p.m. in the Small Hall of the Cinema Center at 15 Druzhinnikovskaya Ulitsa. Tickets cost 25 rubles ($4.16). Tel. 205-7306. Nearest metro: Krasnopresnenskaya.


Svetlanov Classical Mix


On Thursday the Yevgeny Svetlanov Orchestra, conducted by Igor Golovchin, with organist Oleg Yanchenko and pianist Vladimir Ovchinnikov perform Ravel's Waltz, Liszt's Concerto No.1 for Piano and Orchestra, Poulenc's Concerto for Organ and Orchestra, and ballet music from Gounod's opera "Faust." The music starts at 7 p.m. at the Conservatory Great Hall at 13 Ulitsa Bolshaya Nikitskaya. Tickets cost 15 to 50 rubles ($2.50 to $8.25). Tel. 229-0225. Nearest metro: Arbatskaya, Pushkinskaya.


Roses are Red


The two-week Festival of British and Russian Poetry is currently running in Moscow. The Thursday program, which will include recitations by the darkly comical Selima Hill and Sergei Gandlevsky, the winner of last year's Little Booker prize, starts at 7 p.m. at the Mayakovsky Museum, 3/6 Proyezd Serova. Admission is free. Tel. 928-2569. Nearest metro: Lubyanka.