Inclusive Dance Company Inspires Audiences in the Russian Far East

Arts Envoy “REVolutions Dance”, a disability inclusive modern dance group composed of one wheelchair-bound dancer and three non-disabled dancers, visited the Russian Far East from July 15th to 25th, promoting respect for diversity and appreciation of modern dance. REVolutions Dance’s program opened in Vladivostok and Khabarovsk with public flash mobs at main squares under the ...
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American Folk-Rock: Three for Silver Russian Far East Music Diplomacy Tour

May 10-17 the U.S. Consulate General Vladivostok carried out a multi-event, multi-city music program in the Russian Far East with Portland based folk-rock trio Three for Silver. This music diplomacy program included master-classes and concerts in Artem, Ussuriysk, the settlement of Chuguevka (the first concert of American band in the history of this village), Vladivostok, ...
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“Connecting Shores”: Exhibit on Soviet Emigration Highlights Shared Russian-American Cultural Legacy

On May 2, the U.S. Consulate General and Primorskiy Kray Arseniev Museum opened the exhibit “Connecting Shores: Cultural Mission of the Third Wave of Russian Emigration.” The event highlighted the contributions of the so-called “third wave of Russian emigration” – a process which started in the 1960s and ended with the beginning of perestroika – ...
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Young Actors Present a New Interpretation of An American Classic

On March 19, the Vologda Drama Theater of Young Actors premiered its adaptation of Mark Twain’s “Tom Sawyer”. The Theater’s group of 32 young actors attracted a full house of enthusiastic Vologda residents to the theater’s distinctive take on the American classic. The 75 minute performance was presented in an innovative and creative way, which ...
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American Choreographer Bob Boross Introduces Jazz Dance to Russian Students

The renowned American choreographer Bob Boross of the Manhattan Movement & Arts Center held a week-long series of master classes in jazz dance for students of the Boris Eifman Ballet Dance Academy and young professional dancers of the Cannon Dance Studio. The dancers and Academy students (mostly between 11-12 years old) learned the history, techniques, ...
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Harlem Jazz Legend Bill Saxton’s tour of North West Russia in celebration of Black History Month

The U.S. Consulate in St. Petersburg supported the tour of tenor saxophonist Bill Saxton, known as Harlem’s Jazz King, to North West Russia. His program highlighted and honored the accomplishments of African-Americans throughout American history demonstrating the notable contributions made by African-Americans to the world of music, and jazz in particular. Together with the Alexey ...
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American magician stirred the imagination of St. Petersburg journalists

On February 14, American magician of Chinese origin Shin Lim astonished with his art and mastery a large group of St. Petersburg journalists invited to the Residence of the U.S. Consul General in St. Petersburg Thomas Leary. The journalists did not miss the opportunity to ask numerous questions to the presenter after hisperformance and asked ...
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Film showings at the Consul General Residence in St. Petersburg

Every month the Public Affairs Section of the U.S. Consulate General in St. Petersburg hosts viewings of American feature films, animated movies and documentaries. We select films that offer our audience a deeper, more detailed understanding of American history, culture and society. The films are shown in English with English subtitles. The showings are open ...
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XII Vladivostok International Jazz Festival

On November 10-16 the Primorskiy Philharmonic hosted the XII International Jazz Festival with the support of U.S. Consulate General Vladivostok. For 6 days, musicians from the United States, Japan, France, Korea, Germany, and Russia wowed audiences on the Philharmonic’s main stage. American masters performed in three concerts as the Staple Quartet, the Freedom Jazz Movement ...
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