Posted in: Russian art- Feb 20, 2017 No Comments

If you would like to enjoy the performance by an exceptionally gifted violin virtuoso player Alexander Sitkovetsky, who has been praised for his interpretations and technique world over, then you should come to the concert at Cadogan Hall on 28th February.  … Read more

Posted in: Russian art- Feb 20, 2017 Comments Off on TALK: Sinyavsky-Rozanova: A Love Story Longer than Life. An Evening to Commemorate 20th Anniversary of Writer’s Death

Andrei Sinyavsky died in Paris on February 25, 1997. He was the 72 years old. He left us his literary Doppelgaenger Abram Terz, whose name is gracing the covers of his books.  … Read more

Posted in: Russian art- Feb 17, 2017 Comments Off on EVENT: Hats By Maria. Fashion Show, Presentation and Talk by Maria Zherebtsova on 20th February at HIGH Boutique

Hats by Maria is a special event  welcoming spring on a HIGH this year  together with the Maslenitsa Festival by Ensemble Production. This way we can celebrate London Fashion Week and traditional Russian festival at the same time.… Read more

Posted in: Russian art- Feb 17, 2017 Comments Off on EVENT: Sacred Russian Music Performed by St Petersburg Chamber Choir, 19 March

One of Russia ‘s leading choirs, the St. Petersburg Chamber Choir is actively involved in continuing the rich traditions of Russian and European vocal music. Founded in 1977, the choir is made up of professional musicians who have completed their studies at Russia ‘s top musical institutions.… Read more

Posted in: Art, Articles, Russian art- Feb 17, 2017 Comments Off on INTERVIEW: Josephine Burton Shares her Ideas on Russian Art and Running of DashArts. By Anna Prosvetova.

Courtesy – Twitter (@josephine_dash)

Josephine Burton co-founded Dash Arts with Tim Supple in 2005. Since then, they have produced cross-art cross-cultural work in the UK, ranging from an Indian A Midsummer Night’s Dream to an Arabic Series of live events.Read more

Posted in: Russian art- Feb 14, 2017 Comments Off on EVENT: Music of the Mountains. Evening with Timur Dzeytov, People’s Artist of the Ingush Republic, February 22, 2017

A virtuoso of the national Ingush instrument dakhchan pandar, a fine guitarist, singer and songwriter (laureate of Pesnya Goda – Song of the Year), he has performed in the Kremlin Palace, the Bolshoi Theatre and other top concert venues in Russia, and has toured internationally in Belgium, Israel, Yemen, Jordan, Turkey, Kazakhstan and more.… Read more

Posted in: Russian art- Feb 14, 2017 Comments Off on Кeep My Words Forever – Screening and Q & A Session with Film Director, 18 and 24 February

Osip Mandelstam’s story epitomises the experience and course of life of  many Russian poets.

The Soviet state eventually condemned him to death and  his poems — to oblivion.

They succeeded in extinguishing his life, but not his poetry: cold, starvation and torture drove him to madness and death in the labour camps, yet his poems lived on.… Read more

Posted in: Russian art- Feb 13, 2017 Comments Off on TALK: The Russian Travels of Pamela Travers: a Talk by Olga Mäeots, 17 February

A forgotten book by Pamela Travers has been published in Russia, Pushkin House is delighted to be welcoming its translator to give a talk about the discoveries she made about the character of its author as well as Travers’s visit to the Soviet Union in the 1930s.… Read more

Posted in: Russian art- Feb 13, 2017 Comments Off on THEATRE: Moscow’s Acclaimed Sovremennik Theatre Returns to London

Sovremennik Theatre (Russia’s oldest theatre company) makes a welcome return to London this May, (following a successful season at the Noël Coward Theatre in 2011) with a triple bill of plays at the Piccadilly Theatre.… Read more

Posted in: Russian art- Feb 11, 2017 Comments Off on The Little Prince by Antoine de Saint-Exupery, 10th-11th March

After two sell-out shows “Love in a Nutshell” and “The Marriage of Figaro” London-based Russian language theatre company Xameleon Theatre presents its new production based on Antoine de Saint-Exupery’s universal tale “The Little Prince”.Read more

Posted in: Russian art- Feb 10, 2017 Comments Off on EXHIBITION: Suprematism Transitional Photography through Geometric Abstraction. Tony Bramley FRPS, 21st February – 2nd April 2017

During 2015 Tony Bramley produced in photography, a series of images developed from within the Modernist Russian avant-garde movement of Dynamic Suprematism, for his Fellowship with the Royal Photographic Society. The body of work was also awarded the Bill Wiseden MBE RPS Fellowship of the Year in 2016.… Read more

Posted in: Russian art- Feb 10, 2017 Comments Off on REVOLUTION17 at Rich Mix, London, 22- 23 February

Dash Arts invite you to series of vibrant and mentally stimulating events at Rich Mix. Transport yourselves in time to the Odessa of Isaac Babel, listen to new dj mixes and dance to Yiddish music with Polina Shepherd.… Read more