Among the objects of the exposition are sketches of decorations and costumes of cult operas, small plastic art, graphic works by famous German and Austrian artists from the musician’s collection, rare photographs and documents.
A separate section of the exhibition is dedicated to the musical theater and three composers - Franz Schrecker, Richard Wagner and Ernst Kshenek - whose work had a huge impact on the young Richter and the formation of his artistic tastes. In addition to exhibits from the Pushkin Museum to them. A.S. Pushkin, as well as private collections, exhibits from Moscow and St. Petersburg museums, theaters and archives are widely represented at the exhibition. Among them: museums of the Bolshoi Theater, Musical Theater. K.S. Stanislavsky and V.I. Nemirovich-Danchenko (Moscow), Mikhailovsky and Mariinsky Theaters (St. Petersburg), Russian National Museum of Music (Moscow), Museum of Theater and Music (St. Petersburg), Russian State Archive of Literature and Art (Moscow) and Russian State archive of film and photo documents (Krasnogorsk).