В программу урока входят пальчиковые игры, развивающие речь песенки, интерактивные сказки в костюмах с игрушками и креативные поделки руками малышей. Дети учатся в процессе и в общении познают себя и окружающий мир. In Russian
An evening with film director Valery Todorovsky who will present his masterclass who will speak about the growing popularity of TV series as a cinematic genre and discuss what makes one successful. In Russian, translated by cultural correspondent at BBC and expert in Russian culture Alexander Kan.
Join us for a screening of The Last Waltz, directed by Julia Bobkova, about an eccentric musical genius and famous St. Petersburg composer Oleg Karavaichuk. In Russian with English subtitles. Followed by Q&A with the director.
As part of the festival dedicated to the music of enigmatic Russian composer-pianist of the Silver Agee Nikolay Medtner (1880-1951), Pushkin House presents a talk and a masterclass by renown concert pianist and a former BBC producer, Iain Burnside. Professor of the Guildhall School of Music and Drama, Iain will deliver a class on Medtner songs to some of GSMD’s leading students. In the second part, he will be joined by Pushkin House’s music curator Alexander Karpeyev in conversation about Medtner’s life and music, as well as Iain’s experience of recording Medtner’s songs for the Delphian. In English.
As part of the Second International Medtner Festival Pushkin House gathers together Medtner-enthusiasts from around the globe. Pianists and singers from Japan, Germany, Russia and UK present a unique programme featuring Medtner’s Sonata Tragica, his songs and a UK premiere of a trio arrangement of one of his Tales. This concert is preceded by a talk and masterclass with a renowned Medtner expert Iain Burnside.
Since the opening of classified GULAG archives in the early 1990s, there has been a consensus that the death toll of prisoners in the GULAG between 1930-1955 is around 1,760,000. For well over 20 years this consensus has not been seriously challenged. Nakonechny's research aims to challenge this consensus through detailed analysis of an important practice that still remains largely unexplored: the early release of many prisoners "on medical grounds.” In English. This is a Pushkin Club event and all are welcome.
Margaret Watkins (1884-1969) is an outstanding photographer of Canadian Scottish descent who was unknown for most of her lifetime, and until some 40 years after her death when gallerist and journalist Joe Mulholland discovered her archive of several thousand negatives. These included photographs of street life in Moscow and Leningrad taken in 1933 when Margaret Watkins visited the Soviet Union. Joe Mulholland will tell the extraordinary story of her life, lost archive and growing reputation as a major photographer of the 20th Century. In English.
This session will look at the way in which early Soviet cinema first entered the UK, most famously Sergei Eisenstein's Battleship Potemkin, but also other works by the celebrated cinematographer and the work of Vsevolod Pudovkin. FREE. If you plan to attend please let Rebecca Beasley (email@example.com) and/ or Matthew Taunton (M.Taunton@uea.ac.uk) know.
Join Petrushka Studios and other families for a truly traditional Russian Christmas celebration, based on Bazhov's classic fairy tale The Little Silver Hoof: an afternoon of performance, costume, stories, and a gift for each child at the end. Performances at 3.30pm and 5pm. In Russian.
This event is now Sold Out.
Join Petrushka Studios and other families for a truly traditional Russian Christmas celebration, based on Bazhov's classic fairy tale The Little Silver Hoof: an afternoon of performance, costume, stories, and a gift for each child at the end. In Russian.
This event is now Sold Out.