NIGHT OF RUSSIAN OPERA

When: April 15, 2009

Where: National Arts Club (15 Gramercy Park South, Manhattan)

IMMIGRANT HERITAGE WEEK

Works of Immigrant Artists from the Former Soviet Union

When: April 17 – 23, 2009

Where: Kingsbay YM-YWHA (3495 Nostrand Ave, Brooklyn)

BALALAIKA CONCERT

When: April 24, 2009

Where: National Arts Club (15 Gramercy Park South, Manhattan)

7TH ANNUAL RUSSIAN HERITAGE FESTIVAL

When: June 1 – 30, 2009

WHERE: New York City

(FOR COMPLETE LISTING OF EVENTS OF THE FESTIVAL, PLEASE CHECK THE RUSSIAN HERITAGE FESTIVAL PAGE OF THE SITE)

RUSSIAN LANGUAGE BILL SIGNING

When: September 9, 2009

Where: Shorefront YM-YWHA

Russian American Foundation proudly joined Governor David Paterson, Senator Carl Kruger and Assemblyman William Colton in organizing a historic event within the Russian-speaking community of the United States.

KAZAKH CLASSICAL CONCERT

The Embassy of Kazakhstan in Washington DC, the Permanent Mission of Kazakhstan to the United Nations and the Russian American Foundation present a classical concert by Gaukhar Murzabekova and Amir Tebenikhin. This unforgettable piano/violin duo from Kazakhstan have taken the world by storm and will take your breath away performing timeless classics.

When: October 8, 2009

Where: New York Times Center, Manhattan, New York

LARISA DOLINA CONCERT

National artist, the best vocal voice of Russia and an amazing jazz singer – Larisa Dolina, tours the United States with her jubilee concert.

WHEN: January 23 – January 24, 2010

WHERE: Foxwoods Resort & Casino, CT

WHEN: January 29, 2010

WHERE: Chicago, IL

WHEN: January 31, 2010

WHERE: Los Angeles, CA

EXHIBIT OF THE CONTEMPORARY UKRAINIAN ARTISTS

The Mironova Gallery and the Russian American Foundation in cooperation with the National Arts Club present Contemporary Ukrainian Artists. The Mironova Gallery is a unique representative of such Ukrainian painters as Roman Zhuk, Sergiy Hai, and Victor Sydorenko in collaboration with other contemporary Ukrainian artists, such as Hanna Kryvolap,  Olexandr Babak , and Oksana Mas.

WHEN: February 1 – February 21, 2010

WHERE: The National Arts Club, 15 Gramercy Park South, Manhattan, NY

AN EVENING WITH VERA PAVLOVA

The Poetry Society of America is thrilled to present one of Russia’s most celebrated poets. Vera Pavolova has published fourteen collections of poetry, and her work has been translated into nineteen languages. Her most recent collection, If There is Something to Desire: 100 Poems About Love (Knopf, 2010), is the poet’s first book in English, and occasions this distinguished reading. An award-winning poet, Pavolova’s fourth book, Chetvertyi Son (“The Fourth Dream,” Zakharov, 2000) was named the best book of the year by the Russian Academy of Letters and awarded the Apollon Grigoriev Prize, Russia’s most prestigious of its kind. Her work has been featured in The New Yorker, and as part of Poetry in Motion® in both New York and Los Angeles.

This event is co-sponsored by The Russian American Foundation.

WHEN: February 25, 2010  7:00pm

WERE: Grand Gallery, The National Arts Club, 15 Gramercy Park South, Manhattan, NY

SUBWAY: 6 to 23rd Street

L, N, Q, R, W, 4, 5 to Union Square

COST: $10 / Free for PSA Members and Russian American Foundation Members.

For more information about the event and Vera Pavlova’s work, please contact Rob Casper at rob@poetrysociety.org or by phone at (212) 254-9628

Please visit the website of The Poetry Society of America – https://psa.fcny.org/psa/events/nyc/#the_new_salon_in_queens_mark_dot

To learn more about Vera Pavlova and her work, please visit www.verapavlova.us

RISING STARS OF THE BOLSHOI THEATER

ONE EVENING ONLY!

Russian American Foundation in cooperation with the Bolshoi Theater, Russian Cultural Centre, and National Arts Club present “Opera Piccolo”, an acclaimed project of the Bolshoi Theater aimed to bring together the most prominent vocalists of the Bolshoi Opera House and laureates of numerous international Opera contests. A unique performance by young vocalists:
Ekaterina Monisova, Ekaterina Karpova, Tatiana Koninskaya.

When: 7:30PM – 9PM, April 26.
Where: Grand Gallery, National Arts Club, Manhattan.
15 Gramercy Park South, New York, NY (212) 674-8824. Free admission.