warmly encouraged to take part in the following activities engineered
by the Russian Club. More information will be provided in the coming
October 21 - 31, 2004
Presented on the UCF main campus, 4000 Central Florida Blvd., in East
The three Prozorov sisters are bored with provincial life and long
for the day when they will all move to Moscow - a dream which will
remain painfully unattainable. Anton Chekov's plays capture life's
truths in scenes in which the characters speak of one thing, but the
moment they are sharing is about another thing entirely.
Two great Russian conductors...
Two big Russian symphony orchestras!
Prokoriev, Violin Concerto No. 1
Dvorak, Symphony No. 8
November 7, 2004 at 4:00 p.m.
Introduction to Kovanshchina
Prokofiev, Symphony No. 2
Sibelius, Violin Concerto
Borodin, Symphony No. 2Bob Carr Performing Arts Centre,
March 29, 2005 at 7:30 p.m.
Choreography: Fernando Bujones
Music: Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky
Don't miss Orlando's only professional production of this beloved
classic. Audiences will be captivated by Fernando Bujones' enchanting
rendition, brought to life by the skill and athleticism of the unparalleled
Orlando Ballet Company. The Nutcracker will be danced to the full
Tchaikovsky score and will include over 100 children from the award
winning Orlando Ballet School.
Russian Choir practice!
Чаепития (Russian tea &
November 7: Anniversary of the October Russian Revolution
(which happened October 25, according the "old" (Julian)
calendar. Perhaps a film festival of sorts: Eisenstein's October
followed by The Tycoon?