The Skolkovo innovation city hosted its third annual Jazz Science festival on Saturday, August 25, boasting a galaxy of international jazz stars, as well as lectures on popular science and a whole host of science-themed activities to keep younger visitors entertained all day long.
Miami-based Russian-Dominican singer Fantine headlined this year's festival together with the legendary Russian saxophonist Igor Butman. Photo: Sk.ru.
An engineer in the making: the festival always features plenty of hands-on activities for children. Photo: Sk.ru.
In keeping with tradition, saxophonist Igor Butman headlined the day-long festival. Photo: Sk.ru.
Gayana, a regular treat at Moscow music festivals, performed on the main stage. Photo: Sk.ru.
Candy floss treats with a creative twist. Photo: Sk.ru.
Mamas Gun, a five-piece funk and soul band, came from London to play at Skolkovo. Photo: Sk.ru.
This year's festival was once again blessed with good weather and warm sunshine. Photo: Sk.ru.
Singer Tina Kuznetsova presenting her Zventa Sventana project on the experimental stage. Photo: Sk.ru.
A junior festival-goer takes a break on an inflatable sofa. Photo: Sk.ru.
Moscow’s own trumpeter Pyotr Vostokov performed with his Mambo Party project. Photo: Sk.ru.
The award-winning Norwegian trumpeter Mathias Eick and his band on the experimental stage. Photo: Sk.ru.
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