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Russian Hip-Hop Festival in London - 4 October

Russian Hip-Hop Festival in London

4 October

МОТ GUF КАСТА LIVE @ THE VENUE

DJ PHILCHANSKY

DJ CAVE + TANDEM FOUNDATION

"The Venue"

Malet Street

(Byng Place Entrance)

London WC1E 7HY

www.rushhfest.com

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Denis Matsuev Concert - 21 and 23 September

Sunday, September 21

Tuesday, September 23 

LSO

Russian pianist Denis Matsuev, acclaimed for his formidable virtuosity and the controlled power of his playing, is the LSO’s featured artist this season.

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Masterpieces: Russia 10 September

10 September

South Bank Centre

Mariana Haseldine and RACACU Foundation present  a world premiere project and CD launch of Rakhmaninov and Shostakovich music in the new cello and piano edition, authorized by Irina Shostakovich, a widow of the composer.

The MASTERPIECES: RUSSIA honors Russia’s dramatic history of the 20 c and is a thrilling Russian music tribute in commemoration of the 1st World War Centinary.

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The Grand Opening Of The Third Season Miss Ussr UK 2015

The Gala Ceremony hosted by MISS USSR UK Beauty Pageant in honor to celebrate the beginning of its Third Season

WHAT: THE GRAND OPENING OF THE MISS USSR UK 2015

WHEN: Thursday 11 September, 7pm

WHERE: PRESS Club, 47 Whitcomb Street, Mayfair, London, WC2H 7DHDRESS CODE: Semi-formal (black tie/ evening dress)

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Film OUT: the Reality of Being Russian-speakers in Europe

The scenario of the film OUT has been created by 7 young talented Russian-speaking directors/screenwriters, currently living in 7 European countries – United Kingdom, France, Czech Republic, Slovenia, Finland, Greece, Belarus and Russia.

OUT is showcasing 7 truthful stories, unveiling the life of Russian-speaking people abroad. Throughout the film you will find out who are the real Russians, what are their views and beliefs, why do they come to Europe and how do they build in future perspectives.

OUT is definitely not a story about sufferings of toughness immigrants, it is the realistic showcase of the inside world of Russian-speaking people and reflection of Russian cultural heritage valued worldwide.

The main aim of OUT is to deepen the understanding between Russians and Europeans by showing simple people with their small and big joys and sorrows, wins and losses and underline that there are no borders for love and friendship.

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Proms On The Roof At The Roof Gardens

Throughout August The Roof Gardens in Kensington is hosting a series of Proms on The Roof. Set amongst the three stunning gardens, guests are transported to a classical oasis for the evening.

From 6.30pm – 10pm on selected Wednesdays in August classical music lovers can enjoy a treat for the eyes and ears with music as beautiful as the setting.

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Karaoke Box Mayfair - the Best Russian Karaoke Experience in London

In Russia music has long since become an integral part of every celebration, from ritual folk songs and the sacred music of the Russian Orthodox Church, Russian people have always had this incredible desire for singing.

The passion for singing has been passed through the generations and came to us in the form of karaoke, where everyone has a chance to show off their talent or just have fun remembering our favourite songs. Millions of Russians choose karaoke as their favourite form of entertainment in the high-end karaoke bars opening up here and over there across the country.

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Dacha by Russian Revels - South Bank, 26th - 28th September 2014

A three-day pop-up celebrating Eastern European flavours in London: from the Baltic Sea, via the Ukrainian steppe to the Georgian mountains.

Russian Revels, London-based designers of chic Slavic dining experiences, are joining forces with the Real Food Market, to bring the flavours of former Soviet Union cultures to London’s iconic South Bank.

Russian Revels have been challenging the image of Eastern European food in the capital through their immersive pop-ups (including ‘The spies came in from the cold…’, ‘Anna Karenina’s feast’, ‘The Futurist dinner’). They combine traditions of their mothers with cosmopolitan ingredients and humour.