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In February 2009 guests of Academservice were

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During February 2009 Academservice provided travel service to:

 • Participants of Bob Marley’s birthday festival that took place in Moscow on February 6: the Wailers, the Maintainers, Dub Division (in cooperation with Holiday Inn Moscow Lesnaya Hotel),
 • Ian Paice, the drummer of the legendary Deep Purple band, who arranged his only master class in Moscow at the Central House of Artist on February 8 (in cooperation with Savoy Hotel),
 • Dima Bilan, a popular Russian singer who has won numerous musical awards, including the second place of the prestigious Eurovision contest (in cooperation with Grand Hotel Emerald and Ambassador Hotel in St.Petersburg),
 • Lacrimas Profundere, a German gothic-rock band who visited Russia for the first time in February (in cooperation with Maxima Slavia Hotel in Moscow),
 • Participants of Comedy Club – The Best show, which took place at the Ice Palace in St.Petersburg on St.Valentines’ Day (in cooperation with Ibis St.Petersburg Moskovsky Vokzal Hotel),
 • Organizers and participants of the Big Love Show concert on February 14 and 15 in Moscow and St.Petersburg: Craig David, Bass Hunter, September, Rio, Infinity, DJ Smash & Fast Food, Quest Pistols, Vlad Topalov, Leonid Rudenko, BandEros, T-9, Sergey Lazarev, and many others (in Moscow in cooperation with Grand Hyatt Moscow Residences & SPA, Renaissance Moscow Hotel, and Holiday Inn Moscow Suschevsky Hotel, and in St.Petersburg with Rocco Forte Hotel Astoria and Ambassador Hotel),
 • Over The Rainbow band who performed their first concerts of their world tour on February 16 at the Oktyabrsky Concert Hall in St.Petersburg and on February 18 at the B1 Maximum club in Moscow featuring Johny Lynn Turner (vocals), Bobby Rondinelli (drums), Tony Carey (keyboards), Greg Smith (bass), and Jurgen Richard Blackmore, the son of the famous Ritchie Blackmore (in cooperation with Hilton Moscow Leningradskaya Hotel, Korston Hotel & Casino in Moscow, and Novotel St.Petersburg Centre Hotel),
 • The celebrated Choir of Michael Turetsky, which presented the new The Show Must Go On performance at the Oktyabrsky Concert Hall in St.Petersburg on February 18, 19, 20 and 21 (in cooperation with Oktiabrskaya Hotel),
 • Ivan Alexeev, best known as Noize MC, a Russian hip-hop figure, singer and composer, who performed in St.Petersburg on February 21 (in cooperation with Sokos Hotel Vasilievsky),
 • Opeth, a Swedish band that first came to Russia before European concert tour with the new Watershed album (in cooperation with Andersen Hotel in St.Petersburg),
 • Alisa, the legendary Russian rock band presenting the new performance at the One Rock club in Moscow on February 22 and 23,
 • Destruction, a German heavy metal band that performed for the first time in Ryazan at the Planetarium art-club on February 22, and on February 23 gave a concert at the X.O club in Moscow (in cooperation with Grand Hotel in Ryazan and Korston Hotel & Casino in Moscow),
 • Piknik, the leading band at Russian art rock stage who performed at Gorbunov Culture House on February 24 (in cooperation with roton Business Hotel),
 • Participants of the concert and new album presentation of Bomb The Bass project led by Tim Simenon, which took place on February 27 at the Glavclub in St.Petersburg and on February 28 at the 16 Tons club in Moscow (in cooperation with Golden Apple Boutique Hotel in Moscow and Oktiabrskaya Hotel in St.Petersburg),
 • Organizers and participants of one of the most popular Irish dance shows Magic of the Dance, which is celebrating its 10th anniversary this year with ten world champions, the king of the dance Dermot Gullen, and the Broadway star Suzanne Cleary (in cooperation with Novotel St.Petersburg Centre Hotel),
 • Participants of the BDT-90 anniversary festival taking place on the stage of Tovstonogov Bolshoy Drama Theatre on February 23 – March 8 with well-known theatre figures and such famous Moscow theatres as Sovremennik, Maly Theatre, Chekhov Moscow Arts Theatre, and Youth Theatre (in cooperation with Grand Hotel Europe, Ambassador Hotel and Asteria Hotel in St.Petersburg).

All the hotels mentioned above are members of Best Eurasian Hotels (Best Eastern Hotels) established in 1998 as a marketing chain for consolidated promotion of hotels on the territory of the former USSR onto different markets. Best Eurasian Hotels promotes hotels in Global, Alternative and Regional reservation systems, provides hotel services marketing support on the Internet, in consortia programs, mass media, organizes specialized conferences, seminars and trainings for hotel staff, represents hotels on first-rate international and internal travel exhibitions, annually publishes one of the most complete catalogues of hotels in the territory of the former USSR. Academservice is a travel partner of Best Eurasian Hotels. Apart from accommodation in 800 hotels 3-5* of all ex-USSR countries, Academservice also provides an extensive range of travel services: transfers, transport service, visa support, air travel, VIP service in the airports, railway travel, excursions, river cruises. Academservice provides comprehensive support to organizers of conferences, business meetings, seminars, exhibitions, musical and theatre tours, sports events, etc.

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