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January 2020

“Another World of Music”, a talk by Dr Peter Zinovieff + Annual General Meeting

Monday 27 January, 19:00
Main Lecture Theatre, Trinity Hall, Trinity Late, Cambridge CB2 1TJ
Free entry

Peter Zinovieff had the first computer in a private house in the world and has owned a computer longer than anyone else. He has devoted his life to electronic music for the last half century. This talk and slide show will demonstrate how the technology and possibilities have changed with pictures and videos right up to the present day. Experiments in Electronic Music, 1960-2020. Language: English

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February 2020

An Evening with Ekaterina Schulmann

Saturday 1 February, 18:30 - 20:30
The Old Library, Pembroke College, Trumpington Street
Cambridge, CB2 1RF United Kingdom
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CamRuSS, in collaboration with our colleagues from Cambridge University Russian Society (CURS), is delighted to host this very special event that promises to be informative, enjoyable and enlightening. Don't miss this opportunity to meet Ekaterina Schulmann in person, in a beautiful yet informal setting of a mediaeval Cambridge college, and ask her questions! Dr Schulmann is a renowned political scientist, a brilliant public speaker, and a most knowledgeable and perceptive expert and commentator on Russia's current political affairs. In the…

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“The Good Russian”, a play written and performed by Andrew Byron followed by Q&As

Tuesday 11 February, 19:00
Main Lecture Hall, The Old Divinity School, St. John’s College, All Saints' Passage
Cambridge, CB2 1TP United Kingdom
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Language: English (with some Russian - subtitled) Tickets: Adults £12, CamRuSS members, OAPs, students £8 This sell-out hit, previously performed at London's Pushkin House and the Brighton Fringe Festival is coming to Cambridge for one night only this February. Actor-Writer (and obsessive Russophile) Andrew Byron (Killing Eve, Dracula) will perform his unique one-man show for CamRuSS. Devised and performed by him, it is based on his experience of playing a plethora of 'bad Russians' on screen. They seem to be almost the…

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Russian Art & Culture lecture series. Talk 1: “Russian icons: a sacred tradition which inspired modernism” by Dr Natalia Budanova

Friday 21 February, 19:00
Graham Storey Room, Trinity Hall, Trinity Lane
Cambridge, CB2 1TJ United Kingdom
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Tickets: Adults £12, CamRuSS members, OAPs, students - £9. Discount is offered for a pass to all 6 lectures: Adults £67, CamRuSS members, OAPs, students £50. We are considering to run only this lecture in Russian with short English subtitles. Please let us know if you prefer for it to be delivered in English by 23 January and the presenter kindly agreed to adjust her talk accordingly. Please email us at camruss@camruss.com or info@camruss.com. Our Lady of Vladimir icon, XII c. Natalia Goncharova, Mother…

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