Drama music concert in 2 parts (is dedicated to the 100th anniversary of the Great October Revolution)
The play is based on the texts of the famous Moscow poet and artist Dmitry Aleksandrovich Prigov (1940-2007). The name of Dmitry Alexandrovich is widely known in Russia and abroad. One of the main themes in the work of Prigov was the country in which he lived - the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics.
"A Gentle Creature", sometimes also translated as "The Meek One", is a short story by Fyodor Dostoyevsky in 1876. The piece comes with the subtitle of "A Fantastic Story", and it chronicles the relationship between a pawnbroker and a girl that frequents his shop. The story was inspired by a news report that Dostoyevsky read in April 1876 about the suicide of a seamstress. Dostoyevsky referred to it as a "meek suicide" that "keeps haunting you for a long time.
"The Elder Son" is the most famous play by Alexander Vampilov about eternal values - the continuity of generations, the rupture of spiritual connection, love and forgiveness of close people. And there is a lot of music in every performance by Oleg Rybkin! "The Elder Son" is known by 70s hits and violin music.
If you watch this film you help children with special needs!
The team of the Internet project "Online Scene" met the guys from the theater studio "The open hearts" and filmed the play "Leningrad". The participants of this studio are the ordinary children as well as the children with disabilities. But we can convince you these people are limitless possibilities! What the ordinary child is given easily, these young artists achieve with multiple efforts. Every step on the stage is overcoming oneself and all limitations. However, this "overcoming" just helps the children to live the full life and feel good.
We filmed this play "Leningrad" because it reopened our souls. This story is told by children about ur fragile peace on the example of our heroic grandparents who passed the Great Patriotic War.
The concert program of the “Time Travellers” includes well-known Russian folk and jazz pieces arranged by LaFrae Sci as well as her original music, that has been written and inspired by her creative, musical and life experience – to Mikhail Bulgakov, the city of Krasnoyarsk, people and musicians who live in Krasnoyarsk and New-York and feeling that they have during their travels.
The first official concert of The fifth Krasnoyarsk International Music Festival of the Asia-Pacific region. The Krasnoyarsk International Music Festival of the Asia-Pacific region is the biggest festival in Krasnoyarsk, and one of the largest international festivals in Russia and the Asia-Pacific region where all nations speak the language of music.
«Young ballet of Asia and the Pacific» is a project that has been established in order to realize a concept of classical and modern ballet for professional communication of creative young people. Dance art which is an integral part of any nation's culture, reaches its highest level of development in ballet theatre. The ballet art is very popular at the Asia-Pacific countries; representatives of these countries win highest prizes at international classical and modern dance contests.
If you have never seen how Cossacks attack the Snow Town, it’s time to see it now! “Taking a Snow Town” became Siberian Maslenitsa tradition in the Krasnoyarsk region that was pictured by the great Russian artist Vasily Surikov in his painting “Taking a Snow Town” who lived in the village of Sukhobuzimskoye.
All-Russia Library Congress – is the most significant meeting of Russian library professionals both in the number of participants and in the scope of subjects in the field of modern library science and practice to be discussed. We invite you to watch the video of the online broadcast of the opening ceremony.
This year for the first time the festival was also held in Krasnoyarsk the 10 of April in the Small Academic Concert Hall of the Krasnoyarsk State Institute of Arts.
Program of the concert includes pieces of Swiss and Western European composers of the 17-21st centuries such as J.S. Bach, J. M. Gletle, G.F. Telemann, G. Fritz, and pieces of modern composers: Bettina Skrypchak, Bernd Alois Zimmermann, Albert Roussel, and Max Keller.