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Photo credit: In One Breath production will be presented on September 25 and 26 on the stages of Houston and Dallas by the Moscow Taganka Theater. The love story of middle-aged people will be presented in the largest cities of the state of Texas by popular theater and film actors Alexander Dyachenko and...

25.09.2019 Subject: Culture

The Russian center of Prešov University launches the Watching Soviet Movies action in September.  One Soviet feature to be shown monthly.  Thus, students and those interested can get acquainted with the classical Soviet films. Love and Doves is the first film to be shown on September 24. This Soviet lyrical comedy, which was shot...

24.09.2019 Subject: Array

Spiritual and pop music, romances and folklore songs, international dance contest and national Russian sports competitions  are in the program of Russian culture Days in Ventspils, Latvia, Sputnik news channel informs. Ventspils has become one of many Latvian cities, which hosts Days of...

24.09.2019 Subject: Culture

Photo credit: The Russian film festival begins on September 23 in Milan, the website of the Ministry of Culture reports. The Bottomless Bag was chosen as the opening film. It will be presented to the audience by the director Rustam Hamdamov. The festival program includes the crime...

23.09.2019 Subject: Culture

Photo credit: The famous translator from Russian into Chinese Xue Fan received the award of the Ten Russian and ten Chinese prominent figures in humanitarian cooperation competition. The project was initiated by the two largest media in Russia and China. It was timed to coincide with the years of...

20.09.2019 Subject: Culture

Photo credit: The choir of the Otrada orphanage at the St. Nicholas Chernoostrovsky Monastery in the Kaluga Region will give concerts in Dortmund and Hamburg on September 20 and 22. Performances will become part of the Days of Russian Spiritual Culture, included in the program of the "Russian Seasons" cultural project. Russian performers...

20.09.2019 Subject: Culture

Russian Center in Budapest has launched the Theater Odyssey in Budapest action in honor of the Year of Theater in Russia. The center visitors can watch Hungarian performances based on Russian novels. Provincial theaters' festival took place in the Tállya theater during the second week of September....

19.09.2019 Subject: Culture

BaltFest Russian youth forum concludes in Valgehobusemäe Ski and Recreation Center near Tallinn on September, 16. About 40 young people took part in the forum. Master classes, discussions on sociological and ecological topics, meetings with interesting people and like-minded friends. Russian Ambassador in Estonia A. Petrov and the head of Tallinn Pushkin Institute and the Russian Center professor A. Krasnoglazov came to informal meeting with participants.  The event was supported by...

19.09.2019 Subject: Culture

Photo credit: Moscow days open in Baltic countries , Rossiyskaya Gazeta reports. First the festival comes to Estonian capital. Russian delegation was leaded by the Head of Foreign Economic and International Relations Department Sergey Cheremin. Moscow guests...

19.09.2019 Subject: Culture


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