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Photo credit: www.zedge.net The famous French resort of Deauville will turn into a center of Russian art for the next three days, TASS reports. The festival of Russian culture opens on August 22 in Normandy for the second time. This year the festival is devoted to Russian composers who wrote music for ballet...

22.08.2019 Subject: Culture

Photo credit: official website of the fair / mibf.info Russian literature is widely represented at the Beijing International Book Fair, which opened on Wednesday, August 21, the site of the Year of Literature reports. The audience will be introduced to books by contemporary authors, new editions of classical works, and children's literature....

21.08.2019 Subject: Culture

Photo credit: Lora Laevskaya / Facebook The festival and contest of the Russian romance song European Romanciade will be held for the fifth time in Hamburg on November 23-24, according to the event’s Facebook page. The organizers are Laura Laevskaya, Svetlana Manizer and Sergey Vasiliev with the assistance of...

17.08.2019 Subject: Culture

Photo credit: sibdepo.ru Diplomas of graduates of the Moscow Conservatory are now recognized worldwide, TASS reports. The university has successfully passed international accreditation this year. According to rector Alexander Sokolov, the university was the first among Russian conservatories to complete get this...

08.08.2019 Subject: Culture


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The American Sean Quirk, who is one of musicians and the manager of the well-known in Russia and beyond Tuvinian Alash ensemble, speaks four languages. On foreign tours, he announces the songs of the ensemble in English and sings Tuvan folk songs to the public and for himself. He can please the audience with a ditty in Russian when he is asked to. Besides that, Quirk reads books in the language of his ancestors - Old Irish.
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