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Photo credit: unification.com.au The concert of the Balalaika orchestra has gathered the full hall of the Sydney Russian club. Most of the spectators who came to listen to Russian folk music did not speak Russian and only five of 30 musicians...

06.08.2019 Subject: Culture

Photo credit: cultinfo.ru Vologda Lace Day will be celebrated in the Vologda Oblast, the Rossiyskaya Gazeta newspaper writes. The date was chosen by the residents of the region during the online voting in a social network. According to the governor of the Vologda Oblast Oleg Kuvshinnikov,...

05.08.2019 Subject: Culture

Photo: Vasily Polenov. Portrait of the artist Ilya Repin The anniversary of the famous Russian artist Ilya Repin is celebrated on Monday, August 5. This year marks 175 years since the finest and most celebrated Peredvizhnik birthday, TASS reports. The Tretyakov Gallery is going to celebrate this date with a musical evening. The...

05.08.2019 Subject: Culture

Russian Lipovans students from Romanian counties of Tulcea, Constanta, Braila, Iasi, Suceava and Bucharest, as well as their teachers and Russian language teachers, gathered in the Romanian city of Timisoara at the Russian Poetry festival in late July. They celebrated the anniversaries of Russian poets and writers Alexander Pushkin, Anna...

02.08.2019
Rubric: Grant news
Subject: Culture

Photo credit: kg-portal.ru Anna Karenina: Vronsky's Story by Karen Shakhnazarov opened the Russian part of the international film project Cinema Under the Stars at the Uffizi Square. The film was shown in the famous Florence Uffizi Gallery, TASS reports. According to the organizers, Russia is participating in the...

02.08.2019 Subject: Culture

Photo credit: clipzui.co Masha and the Bear series breaks YouTube records again, RIA Novosti reports. The episode called Masha plus Porridge was viewed more than four billion times. The series was the only animated video in the world that made it into the top five most viewed content on YouTube in the entire history of video...

01.08.2019 Subject: Culture

Photo credit: tagilka.ru More than six hundred applications have been submitted for the Kniguru contest for the best work for children and adolescents in Russian. This year the competition is being held for the tenth time, the site of the Year of Literature reports. Works came from 245 cities located in twenty...

01.08.2019 Subject: Culture

Photo credit: thesarafan.ru Musicians from Russia, the USA, Armenia and other countries will take part in the Sochi Jazz Festival, which will be held for the tenth time from August 1 to 4. The jazz world stars, including Russian saxophonist Igor Butman, will perform on the Sochi stage. The festival is among the ten best jazz festivals in Russia, Vesti tv program informs. ...

01.08.2019 Subject: Culture

Photo credit: Flickr/Darius Volunteers from different countries work in the Leo Tolstoy museum-reserve Yasnaya Polyana for two weeks, Vesti-Tula reports. They are working in gardens and parks of Yasnaya Polyana and learn more about Russian classics' life. These days the museum-reserve is completely multilingual. ...

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