Great Depression Theme Party

Fez hosting a 1930’s Great Depression themed party to jazz up your Halloween night. Stop by at Fez Art Cafe for dinner, before you hit the club! Watch “Gone With The Wind”… Listen to 1930’s infectious jazz tunes performed by Svetlana Shmulyian and her band (piano, upright bass, trombone, clarinet, sax and two killer vocalists). […]

Natalia Reznik, Andrey Tavrov & Vadim Mesyats

Журнал «ИНТЕРПОЭЗИЯ» приглашает на творческий вечер НАТАЛЬИ РЕЗНИК (Колорадо) поэта, автора коротких рассказов и мастера юмористической поэзии, ВАДИМА МЕСЯЦА (Москва)  поэта, прозаика и Гл.редактора изд-ва “Русский Гулливер” и АНДРЕЯ ТАВРОВА (Москва) поэта, прозаика и критика. Андрей Тавров и Вадим Месяц представляют новый бумажный журнал Русского Гулливера – ГВИДЕОН. Издательский проект Русский Гулливер,  книжный интернет магазин Hosted […]

Exhibit: Our Journey Home

New York University’s Bronfman Center Gallery is delighted to present an Opening Night Reception & Silent Auction The story of Soviet immigrants is unique to those who made the passage from every republic of the Former Soviet Union and spread out across the globe to America, Israel, and Germany. Through our photos, we explore the […]

Jazz: "Two Tango Movements" J.P.Jofre Quintet

8pm-doors 8:30pm-performance 10pm-jam session. Nick Danielson: Violin Ljova ‘Lev’ Zhurbin: Viola Alex Brown: Piano Latin Grammy/Grammy nominee Pablo Aslan: Double Bass Juan Pablo Jofre: Bandoneon/Composition “…the Argentine bandoneón, artfully played by J. P. Jofre …” – The New York Times 05/17/2011 “…Back after playing the night before with Paquito D’Rivera, Jofre impresses us again with […]

Second Wind: Russian-American Poetry Fest in Hoboken

Second Wind: in honor of Nina Iskrenko, Sergey Kurekhin, Alexey Parschikov, Dmitry Prigov, Elena Shvarts You are cordially invited to attend and, if you wish, participate (!) in the Russian/American Poetry Symposium to be held: Stevens is quickly and easily reached by subway (the PATH is just one stop from Manhattan) and other forms public […]

Poetry Reading and the Compass Translation Award-2011

The Russian American Cultural Center and the Cardinal Points Journal present: AN HOUR AND A HALF  OF POETRY, SONGS, AND TRANSLATION Russian Poetry in EnglishIn memory of Stanley Mitchell (1932-2011) and Oleg Woolf (1954-2011) Part I. The results of the First Compass Translation Competition (The Gumilyov Contest) held under the auspices of the Cardinal Points […]

Dovlatov’s Days in NY: "The Enthusiast's Demarche" Movie Screening

Join Shorefront Y for the screening premier of “The Enthusiast’s Demarche”, dedicated to Russian writer Sergey Dovlatov. The film includes interviews with: Elena Dovlatova, Dovlatov’s widow; Ksana Mechik, Dovlatov’s sister; Lev Losev, writer; Andrey Ariev, writer/critic; Vagrich Bachkhanyan, artist/writer; Vitaly Komar, artist; Lyudmila Stern, writer; Alexander Genis, writer; and many others. Dovlatov’s fate was full […]

Dovlatov’s Days in NY: "A Life is Too Short…"

The cultural center at the Shorefront YM-YWHA and Brooklyn Philharmonic will join the celebration of iconic Soviet émigré writer Sergei Dovlatov’s 70-year anniversary by co-producing a special event titled “A Life is Too Short.” This will be an evening of literature, music, and documentary images dedicated to Sergei Dovlatov. The program will weave together readings […]

The Greatest Jewish Achievements in Modern Art

The Art Story presents: Tobi Kahn, an award-winning, internationally recognized artist and lecturer, takes the audience through the most significant achievements in Jewish modern art. Well-known artists and works will be discussed from historical, Jewish, and artistic angles. A wine and cheese reception will follow the presentation. 6:00pm Doors, 6:30pm Lecture, 7:30pm Wine and Cheese […]

The 11th Annual Russian Film Week

The 11th Annual Russian Film Week returns to the New York City from October 28th through November 4th, 2011. Organized by Global Advertising Strategies in partnership with Studio Clotho, the event is officially endorsed by the Ministry of Culture of the Russian Federation and the City Administration of New York. Throughout its 11-year history, the […]