16th International Tchaikovsky Competition opens in Moscow1
17.06.2019 230 performers out of 1000 from thirty six countries passed the selection in the first round.
16th International Tchaikovsky Competition opens in Moscow
International Theater Olympiad opens in Saint Petersburg2
16.06.2019 The Olympiad includes over 50 productions of Russian and foreign theaters from 21 countries.
International Theater Olympiad opens in Saint Petersburg
Memory of Soviet soldiers immortalized in Austria3
15.06.2019 Ceremonial reburial of the remains of Soviet soldiers who died during the liberation of Austria from fascism was held at the Hartberg-Zafenau Austrian military cemetery.
Memory of Soviet soldiers immortalized in Austria
UN urged Kiev protect Russian language by law4
14.06.2019 Fiona Fraser: "The draft law will ensure a balance between the protection of the linguistic rights of minorities and the preservation of the state language as one of the tools for integration in society."
UN urged Kiev protect Russian language by law
Golden Mask festival opens in Tel Aviv5
13.06.2019 Chekhov Moscow Art Theater, Moscow Musical Theater and the Theater of Nations to perform in Tel Aviv on June 13-28.
Golden Mask festival opens in Tel Aviv
In the days of the latest anniversary of Saint Petersburg, the Russian émigré community respectfully remembers another significant yet unfairly forgotten Russian name. It is the name of Pyotr Alexeyevitch Dementyev, who was born on May 1, 1849 in Saint Petersburg on the Neva River and founded another St. Petersburg (or St. Pete, as it is called shortly) on the shores of the Gulf of Mexico in Florida.
Special Assignment Pilots, a book by Anna Belorusova, a Russian writer, will be the basis for the exhibition in the British town of Bournemouth on the shore of the English Channel. The book tells about the Soviet air force of eagles and the Soviet-British cooperation during the World War II.
130 years ago Igor Ivanovich Sikorsky, a legendary Russian aircraft designer, philosopher and visionary, was born. It was he who designed the very systems that are currently used, for example, in advanced helicopters of the presidents of the United States and Russia. Indeed, the legacy of the famous aircraft designer who created the world's first bomber, a four-engine aircraft and a single-rotor helicopter is our national pride.
The Artigianato e Palazzo Festival (Artisan crafts and Palace) was held in Florence over the weekend. The anniversary 25th edition has been devoted to charity fundraising for time-critical restoration and preservation of the great cultural and artistic legacy of Russian community that resided in Florence in the 19th and 20th centuries.
Tatiana Kazzi, a Russian artist, works on a project to combine paintings of Australian Aborigines with Gzhel and Khokhloma. A native of Kaliningrad has lived on the green continent for almost a quarter of a century; and she is one of a few foreign women who were granted the right to study art of the indigenous people of Australia by their descendants. Tatiana Kazzi plans to ornament Russian Matryoshka dolls with kangaroos, snakes, birds and other symbols of Australian aborigines.
The artist told the Russkiy Mir that active work of the Russian community in recent years has facilitated popularity and awareness of Russian art in Australia.
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