Nikolai Lazarevich Tarasov (Armenian : Նիկողայոս Ղազարոսեան Թորոսեան, 1882, Moscow – October 1910, Moscow) was an Armenian–Russian oil-industrialist and dandy, who was a devotee of the theatre.  
He was born as Nikoghayos Torosian in a family of Armenian traders from Armavir.  From 1906 he financially supported Moscow Art Theatre and became a member of theatre's direction. In 1908, along with his friend Nikita Balieff, he co-founded the Moscow Bat theatre (La Chauve-Souris),  to organise comedy evenings for members of the Arts Theatre.
He committed suicide in 1910. Tarasov's tomb at the Moscow Armenian Cemetery is a modernist style work by sculptor Nikolai Andreev.
Anatoly Vladimirovich Tarasov was a Russian ice hockey player and coach. Tarasov is considered "the father of Russian ice hockey" and established the Soviet Union national team as "the dominant force in international competition". He was one of the first Russians to be inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame, having been inducted in 1974 in the builders category. Tarasov also played and managed in the sport of football, but is best known for his work in developing the USSR's ice hockey program.
The Moscow State Academy of Choreography, commonly known as The Bolshoi Ballet Academy, is one of the oldest and most prestigious schools of ballet in the world, located in Moscow, Russia. It is the affiliate school of the Bolshoi Ballet.
Cherkesogai, or Circassian Armenians, are ethnic Armenians who have inhabited Russia's Krasnodar Krai and Republic of Adyghea since the end of 15th century and spoke the Adyghe language, in contrast to other Armenians living in the region. They reside mostly in the cities of Armavir and Maykop. The total number of Cherkosogai is about 50,000 people. According to the Russian 2002 Census, 230 Armenians speak Lowland Adyghe and 222 speak Kabardian Adyghe natively.
Nikolai Petrovich Karachentsov was a Soviet and Russian film and stage actor of Lenkom Theatre. Karachentsov's popularity peaked in the late 1970s and early 1980s among the Soviet youth after he had starred in rock operas. In 1989 he was awarded the title of People's Artist of the RSFSR. In 2003 he received the State Prize of the Russian Federation. He was also awarded the Order of Honour and Order "For Merit to the Fatherland", 4th class.
Alexander Nikolaevich Tarasov is a Soviet and Russian left-wing sociologist, politologist, culturologist, publicist, writer, and philosopher. Up until the beginning of the 21st century he referred to himself as a Post-Marxist alongside István Mészáros and a number of Yugoslav Marxist philosophers who belonged to Praxis School and emigrated to London. Since in the 21st century the term Post-Marxism has been appropriated by Ernesto Laclau, Chantal Mouffe and their followers, Alexander Tarasov stopped referring to himself as a Post-Marxist.
Dmitri Alekseyevich Tarasov is a Russian footballer who plays as a central midfielder or defensive midfielder.
The Confederation of Revolutionary Anarcho-Syndicalists is the Russian section of the International Workers' Association (AIT). CRAS-IWA is committed to the development of anarchist trade union movement, so as to enable the transition from modern capitalism to statefree communism.
The Neo-Communist Party of the Soviet Union was a clandestine far-left group, which existed in the Soviet Union between September 1974 and January 1985. NCPSU is seen by modern researchers as one of the first organizations of the New Left in the USSR. However, Austrian researcher Hans Azenbaum, who studied the ideology of NCPSU, tends to view this party as the one focusing on the "third way", i.e. neither capitalism, nor real socialism.
The Left School – a clandestine radical left organization, founded in Moscow in December 1972 - January 1973. Left School is seen by modern researchers as one of the first organizations of the New Left in the Soviet Union.
Daniil Vladimirovich Tarasov is a Russian professional ice hockey player. He is currently playing with Ak Bars Kazan of the Kontinental Hockey League (KHL).
The Armenian Cathedral of Moscow, officially known as Holy Transfiguration Cathedral, is the seat of the Diocese of Russia of the Armenian Apostolic Church. Constructed in seven years, it was consecrated in September 2013 by leaders of the Armenian Apostolic and Russian Orthodox churches.
The Party of New Communists was a clandestine radical left organization, founded by Alexander Tarasov and Vasily Minorsky in Moscow at the end of 1972 and the beginning of 1973.
Artem or Artyom Mikhaylovich Tarasov was a Russian businessman and political activist of Armenian descent.
Natalia Yakovlevna Magnat was a Soviet and Russian translator of English, author of works on literary criticism and aesthetics, leader of underground leftist organizations "Left School" and "Neo-Communist Party of the Soviet Union" (NCPSU).
The Moscow International Duduk Festival, MIDF is an international annual music festival of Armenian national musical instrument of Duduk held in Moscow.
The Russian Drama Korsh Theatre, commonly known as the Korsh Theatre, was a theatre which functioned in Moscow, Imperial Russia from 1882 until 1917. It was named after its founder, entrepreneur Fyodor Korsh.
The 2020 Moscow Victory Day Parade was a military parade that took place in Moscow's Red Square on 24 June 2020 to commemorate the 75th Diamond Jubilee of both the capitulation of Nazi Germany in the Second World War in 1945 and the historic Moscow Victory Parade of 1945.
Boris Vasilyevich Tarasov was an officer of the Soviet military who held a number of posts, rising to deputy chief of the Communication Troops for military-political work, reaching the rank of lieutenant general. He was also a People's Deputy and member of the Supreme Soviet of Russia between 1990 and 1993.
Nikolai Sergeyevich Tarasov is a Russian football player.
Mikhail Petrovich Tarasov was a Soviet statesman and politician.