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March 2018

How to buy a painting in the XVIII century Europe: the network of Russian agents by Olga Popova

Friday 16 March, 18:30 - 20:30
Nihon Room, Pembroke College, Trumpington Street
Cambridge, CB2 1RF United Kingdom
£5

How to buy a painting in the 18th century Europe: the network of Russian agents.

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April 2018

TOTALNY DIKTANT IN CAMBRIDGE with Shamil Idiatullin

Saturday 14 April, 12:00 - 13:30
Faculty of Economics, Austin Robinson Building, Sidgwick Avenue
Cambridge, CB3 9DD United Kingdom
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Totalny Diktant is a world Russian language quiz in the form of a dictation. It is free, anonymous and open to all. It takes place simultaneously in many cities all over the world. This event was first organised by Novosibirsk State University and this year it is running for the 15th time. This year's author of the literary text is a famous Russian writer Guzel Yashina. IN Cambridge this text is going to be dictated by Shamil Idiatullin – an…

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Russian Sacred Music & Folk Songs by Nikolsky Male Ensemble: Concert in Cambridge

Sunday 15 April, 19:00 - 21:00
Emmanuel Reformed Church, Cambridge, CB2 1RR

We are delighted to welcome Nikolsky male Ensemble for the first time in Cambridge this April as part of their UK tour.

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May 2018

“Russia’s History through Art” with Sir Tony Brenton

Friday 4 May, 18:30 - 20:00
Lecture Theatre, Old Divinity School, St John’s College, St Johns St, Cambridge CB2 1TP
£5

Russia's great 19th century painters presented Russian history with drama and intensity comparable to that of Tolstoy and Dostoevsky. They tell deeply human stories and teach deeply political lessons. Sir Tony Brenton looks at their paintings and explores the world they set out to illuminate. 'Unknown Woman' by Ivan Kramskoi, compellingly depicts a powerful, but somehow vulnerable personality. It served for many years as the cover of the Penguin edition of 'Anna Karenina', and hung for a while on the walls…

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