Invitation to our End of the Year party. December 18, Clementi House.

Larissa Itina is telling about Clementi House, ARCC and about Club’s plans for the near future. Subtitles available.

Архитектурная и эзотерическая перспектива

Вечер с Александром Раппапортом обещает быть откровенным, неординарным и… добрым! А вот приглашение Александра Гербертовича, от которого, согласитесь, трудно отказаться!

Вспоминаем Бориса Рыжего с режиссером Аленой ван дер Хорст и Олегом Дозморовым, другом поэта

I Loved You All: About Russian Poet Boris Ryzhy

November 12 – 15:0016:30

Film screening and talk about Boris Ryzhy.

‘I Loved You All’ Boris Ryzhy

This is Boris Ryzhi’s unique autograph in the only book published during the poet’s lifetime. ‘To speed up the process, the typesetter would skip some letters, expecting that the author himself would fill in the blanks if he feels like it’.

The high Art of low Voices. The chapter I. Maria Gulik

У вас есть шанс подсмотреть за работой музыкантов: приготовления к концерту в пятницу, в котором Мария Гулик и Аршак Кузикян под аккомпонимент Алексея Демченко будут исполнять и редкие, и очень знаменитые произведения русской и европейской классической музыки. В программе ARCC “The high Art of low Voices”: Моцарт, Верди, Бизе, Муссоргский, Чайковский, Рахманинов и Щедрин.
Концерт состоится 27 октября 2017 в 19:45, в St. James’s Sussex Gardens.

You have a chance to peek at the rehearsal: Maria Gulik, accompanied by Alexei Demchenko, is preparing for the concert on Friday, sponsored by ARCC, where she and Arshak Kuzikyanis will be performing wonderful pieces, some of which are rare, the others are well known, by Mozart, Verdi, Bizet, Mussorgsky, Tchaikovsky, Rachmaninov and Shchedrin in the programme “The high Art of low Voices”.
The concert will take place on 27 October at 7:45 pm at St. James’s Sussex Gardens.

Фильм: Саша Михайлова!

Filmed by Sasha Mihailova.


Don’t miss the presentation of the Fiona Sampson’s new book “Limestone Country”!

On 19 October. Sands Film Studio. 19-30

Prize-winning poet and writer Fiona Sampson asks whether we ignore the influence of ecology and even geology on the ways we chose to live. Do we miss something that is both politically important and intimately concerned with our quality of life? And what do we learn by comparing experiences across cultures?