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Digest 105

January 30, 2019 Subsribe

SPBILF 2019 News

The SPBILF 2019 Business Programme is published on the Forum’s site. Business Programme, alongside with traditional legal subjects, will include a whole range of topics related to the most relevant novelties of law and economics.

To view the SPBILF Business Programme please refer to our official website ►

The Programme Committee of IX SPBILF will always be glad to receive detailed proposals to the Business Programme of the future Forum. Please kindly send your ideas on the topics of round tables and possible speakers to programme@spblegalforum.com or use the web form in the Business Programme section ►

International Insolvency Forum

III International Insolvency Forum is scheduled for 15-17 May 2019.

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III International Insolvency Forum, due to take place as part of the IX St. Petersburg International Legal Forum, once again promises to serve as an unrivalled platform bringing together insolvency professionals from around the world. They will include executive government officials, lawmakers, judges, court-appointed receivers, attorneys, academics, entrepreneurs, and envoys from numerous international institutions involved in matters of insolvency.

Interesting Facts About the SPBILF Hotels

Our partners told us the most fascinating stories about their hotels, we will share them with you in upcoming issues.

Official hotels of the IX St. Petersburg International Legal Forum offer attractive rates on accommodation for SPBILF participants. Hotel reservations is available via your Personal office, see the list of hotels ►

Ambassador Hotel

Отель «Амбассадор»

The Ambassador Hotel in St. Petersburg, Russia, is located in the city’s “musical neighbourhood” – Kolomna. While being the home of St. Petersburg’s Conservatory and Mariinsky Opera and Ballet Theatre, Kolomna does not owe its reputation to this fact alone. Historically, this was the neighbourhood where some of the greatest Russian classical composers lived – the likes of Mussorgsky, Glinka, Tchaikovsky and Prokofiev, as well as many others. To an extent, the tradition is kept up today. None other than Sergei Shnurov, the front-man of the rock band Leningrad, lives in an apartment in the house with the Atlantes on the Kriukov Canal embankment.

Before the 1917 revolution, the land that now belongs to the Ambassador Hotel was occupied by the Landrin confectionery factory, a purveyor to the Imperial Court of Russia. Among other candy products, Landrin produced Montpensier candy, or fruit drops, which were popularly known as “landrinki.” They came in round tin boxes and are sometimes mentioned in Russian classical novels. While researching the factory’s history, the Ambassador Hotel came across an amazing chocolate truffle recipe, which can be sampled in the Lobby Bar on the hotel’s ground floor.

Over the 13 years since the Ambassador Hotel opened for business in St. Petersburg, it has become a “Cultural Mecca” of sorts for the city. Internationally renowned artists not just stay in the Ambassador - they actually perform here on a regular basis. 

Отель «Амбассадор»

The hotel is proud to list the following artists among its steady guests: R.G. Viktiuk, stage director, People’s Artist of the Russian Federation, Rimas Tuminas, Creative Director of the Yevgeny Vakhtangov National Academic Theatre, I.S. Churilova, opera singer, soloist of the Academic Opera and Ballet Theatre of Novosibirsk, guest soloist at the Mariinsky Theatre, Ovanes Aivazyan, opera singer, Merited Artist of the Republic of Armenia, soloist of the Alexander Spendiarov Academic Opera and Ballet Theatre of Armenia, guest artist at the Mariinsky Theatre, M.A. Gulegina, internationally acclaimed vocalist, Merited Artist of the Republic of Belarus, People’s Artist of North Ossetia, V.I. Sukhorukov, theatre and film actor, People’s Artist of the Russian Federation, Y.A. Bashmet, music conductor, People’s Artist of the Soviet Union.

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