We cordially invite you to the show “THE DRAGON” based on the play by Еvgeny Shvartz.
Amateur Drama Club is proud to present the theatrical tale for adults in three parts.
We are looking forward to seeing you there.
THE DRAGON BY EVGENY SHVARTS
A satirical play performed in Russian
WHEN: 30TH OF NOVEMBER 2012, Doors open 7:15 pm
WHERE: ARBURY COMMUNITY CENTRE, Campkin Road, Cambridge, CB4 2LD
TICKETS: full price: £6, 8 –16 years: £2, under 8: free, family ticket: £10 (two adults and up to two children under 16)
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Performed by “Вот такой театр” Cambridge
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General course; conversational practice; English for every day; grammar; pronunciation.
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A presentation and screening of a new documentary “Age of Delirium”, based on a book by the famous author and expert on Russia, David Satter ‘Age of delirium, The decline and fall of the Soviet Union’. Talk and discussion with the author.
WHEN: Wednesday, 7th November, 19:00
WHERE: Keynes Hall, King’s College, King’s Parade, Cambridge, CB2 1ST
“I had almost given up hope that any American could depict the true face of Russia and Soviet rule. In David Satter’s Age of Delirium, the world has received a chronicle of the cavalry of the Russian people under communism that will last for generations.” – Vladimir Voinovich, author of “The Life and Extraordinary Adventures of Private Ivan Chonkin”.
“Spellbinding. . . . Gives one a visceral feel for what it was like to be trapped by the communist system.”-Jack Matlock, Washington Post.
“Satter deserves our gratitude. . . . He is an astute observer of people, with an eye for essential detail and for human behavior in a universe wholly different from his own experience in America.” – Walter Laqueur, Wall Street Journal.
“Every page of this splendid and eloquent and impassioned book reflects an extraordinarily acute understanding of the Soviet system.” – Jacob Heilbrunn, Washington Times.
Exhibition of the paintings by contemporary Russian artists
WHEN: Sunday, 11th November 2012, from 12 noon till 7pm
WHERE: ArtSpace, 5-7 Portugal Place, Cambridge CB5 8AF
Everyone is very welcome, entrance is free.
Come and see the work of young Russian Artists who have won the “RAH”
(“Russian Arts Help”) Annual Fine-Art Competition in Moscow.
There were over 160 entries from art schools across the country, and the
best works were selected by a panel of distinguished judges from the
Russian academic and art world. A selection of art work was shown at a
special exhibition in central Moscow, and the winners have been invited to
London for an opening at the Russian Embassy, and then for a show in
The exhibition is organised in support of the Charity “Russian Arts Help”
and to promote artistic exchange and cultural understanding.
Open to the public FOR ONE DAY ONLY, and subsequently by appointment.
We look forward to seeing you!
A concert by the Russian Choir “Voskresenije” in Cambridge.
When: Wednesday, 24 October 2012 at 19.30 (doors open from 19.00)
Where: Jesus College Chapel, Jesus College, Cambridge, CB5 8BL
Tickets: £9, £6 (CamRuSS members), £3 students
A group of nine professional vocalists trained at the world class Saint-Petersburg Conservatoire, conducted by Jury Maruk will be performing in Cambridge for one night as part of their UK Tour. The programme features Russian Sacred Music, including choral music by Sergey Rachmaninov and Viktor Kalinnikov; traditional Russian Folk Songs, such as “Oh You Steppe Wide”, “The Coachman, Do Not Whip Up the Horses”, “Gipsy Song” (“Two Guitars”) and “Volga Boatmen’s Song” as well as some eternal masterpieces “Ave Maria” by Camille Saint-Saens. The vocal range of the choir includes the famous Russian Basso Profundo by Anatoly Artamonov. They will sing the concert programme in two parts: the first half concentrated on Russian sacred music by Rachmaninov, and the second a series of traditional Russian folk songs.
1. We Sing To You - V. Kalinnikov (1875-1941)
2. The Six Psalms,Glory to God in The Highest – S. Rachmaninov
3. Hail, O Virgin, Birth-giver of God! – S. Rachmaninov
4. Having Beheld The Resurrection of Christ - S. Rachmaninov
5. Blessed Art Thou O Lord - S. Rachmaninov
6. Praise The Name of The Lord - L. Andreev (1871-1919)
7. Lord, Now Lettest Thou - D. Hristov (1875-1941)
8. Ave Maria – C. Saint-Saens (1798- 1835)
Interval- 15-20 Minutes
Part Two- Folk Songs
1. Ah You Steppe Wide
2. In a Sunny Clearing
3. The Twelve Robbers
4. The Coachman Don’t Whip up The Horses
5. Volga Boatmen’s Song
6. Gipsy Song (Two guitars)
7. Old Drinking Song (in the Pub)
8. The Lonely Little Bell
1. Maruk Yury – Conductor
2. Artamonov Anatoly – Basso profundo
3. Liuobovedskaja Polina - Soprano
4. Nagibin Vitalii - Tenor
5. Evdokimova Ekaterina - Alto
6. Ilmast Marina - Alto
7. Petrov Dmitrii – Tenor
8. Medetov Dovletnasar - Bass
9. Maksimova Ekaterina – Soprano
An evening with Natalia Maeva – an actress of the Moscow New Drama Theatre in Cambridge.
Natalia will recite poems by Anna Akhmatova, Nikolai Gumilev, Osip Mandelstam, Pavel Vasiljev, Marina Tsvetaeva, Nikolay Aseyev, Konstantin Simonov, Boris Kornilov and others.
WHEN: Friday 19th October 2012, 19:00
WHERE: Old Library, Pembroke College, Trumpington Street, Cambridge, CB2 1RF
ENTRANCE: £3, £2 CamRuSS members, £1 students, which includes a glass of wine.
Natalia Maeva graduated from The Vakhtangov Theatre Academy, where
she studied in the studio run by Vladimir Etush (a People’s Artist of the
USSR). She received her artistic training from Nina Rusinova, Cecilia
Mansurova, Maria Sidel’nikova, and Evgeny Simonov. Natalia’s fellow students were
Alexander Zbruev, Ludmila Maksakova, Ivan Bortnik, and Alexander Belyavsky.
Natalia Maeva first played at the Moscow Comedy Theatre and later with
the New Drama Theatre directed by the People’s Artist of the Russian
Federation, Boris L’vov-Anohin.
Boris L’vov-Anohin commented on Natalia: “Maeva is a person, who is fully
immersed in art; one who is always deeply moved by some performance,
artist, book or music”.
In 2006, Natalia published her book “Mimoletnosti-entries from an actress’s diary”. Her monodrama “The Human Voice” by Jean Cocteau was very well received in France.
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