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The Club of Russian Arts and Literature (VIC Russian Club), since its foundation in 1968, is engaged in organizing meetings, concerts, performances, exhibitions, panel discussions, charity events and trips into Russia, Austria and countries neighbouring Austria for diplomats, UN employees, members of international community in Vienna and Austrian citizens. Such events facilitate understanding and relationships between members of the international community and the public in the host country.

 

Russia-China Culture Week

 

Vienna International Centre (VIC) 6-10 May 2019

 

We have the honour to invite you to celebrate with us the 70th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between the Russian Federation and the People’s Republic of China, the Vienna International Centre’s 40th anniversary and the 145th Birthday of Nicholas Roerich on the eve of the 85th anniversary of the Roerich Pact – the first international treaty for the protection of cultural heritage in peace and wartime.

The celebrations are organised by the Club of Russian Art and Literature, the Association of Chinese Culture in Austria, the Austrian Roerich Society – National Committee of the Roerich Pact, and the International Roerich Centre (Moscow), with the support of the Permanent Mission of the Russian Federation to International Organisations in Vienna.

INVITATION Russia- China culture week – VIC 06-10.05.19

 

 

6 May, VIC Rotunda              Chinese Language Day

12:30–14:00.               Opening ceremony

Opening of the Exhibition “Peace through Culture” dedicated to Nicholas Roerich and the history of the Roerich Pact.

14:30–17:00                Workshop on Chinese Painting, Calligraphy & Red Wood.

 

 

8 May, VIC F1001                 VIC Russian Club event

to commemorate the 74th anniversary of the End of World War II in Europe

16:00–20:00                Opening statements,

A small concert of Russian musicians with the songs of the WWII era: Lomonosov Moscow State University choir, and «April» Choir of the Perm scientific manufacturing instrumentation industry enterprise, Perm, Russia.

Traditional and very typical meals associated with those times will be served

Russian Club event 8 May 2019 1700 F1001

 

9 May, VIC Rotunda             Russian Day «Peace through Culture»

dedicated to the 74th anniversary of the End of World War II in Europe and the Great Victory Day 9 May 1945

This day is directly linked to the UN System, its history and its basic principles. The UN “was founded after the end of World War II by the victorious allied powers with the hope that it would act to prevent and intervene in conflicts between nations and make future wars impossible or limited…The anniversary of the end of the Second World War holds special importance for the United Nations. The war shaped our mission, and its lessons guide our work” (UN Secretary-General BAN Ki-Moon).

 12:00–14:30                Celebration ceremony. Welcome refreshments will be provided

Opening Statements (starting at 12:30):

  • Mikhail Ulyanov, Permanent Representative and Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary, of the Russian Federation to the International Organizations in Vienna
  • Yury Fedotov, Director-General of the United Nations Office at Vienna
  • Anatoly Karpov, Head of the International Association of Peace Foundations, Chess grandmaster, World champion,

 Presentation of the Exhibition “Peace through Culture” dedicated to Nicholas Roerich and the history of the Roerich Pact.

 Performances:

-Academic Choir of the Lomonosov Moscow State University choir and MSU orchestra, Moscow, Russia

-«April» Choir of the Perm scientific manufacturing instrumentation industry enterprise, Perm, Russia

-«Kalinka» Folklore ensemble, Vienna, Austria

Welcome reception sponsored by the Permanent Mission of the Russian Federation to International Organisations in Vienna

Russian Day 9 May 2019 12.00 Rotunda VIC1

 

14:30–17:00             International Panel Discussion

“Cultural heritage along the Silk Road”

                                    Room VIC F1001

Leylya M. Strobl, Austrian Roerich Society – National Committee of the Roerich Pact, Mobile: 06504507710, Email: office@lm-strobl.at

Address: Wargamer Str. 5, 1220 Vienna, Austria

Invitation to participate in the Panel

Invitation VIC-UNO 1 (002)

Invitation VIC-UNO 2 (002)

 

15:00–17:00              Simultaneous chess match of Anatoly Karpov,

Chess Grandmaster, World Champion

                                   VIC Rotunda

 

 

10 May, VIC F1001               Russian Day «Peace through Culture»

11:00-17:00                 Workshop “Russian as a Wold Language“. Master class by Prf. Berdichevsky and Round table discussion

Contact persons:                 Khoroshev Mikhail, Chairperson, VIC Russian Club, UNO City, Vienna, Member of the Coordination Council of Russian Compatriots in Austria

Email: info@russian-club-unvienna.org

Круглый стол – Русский язык

 

 

 

VI. Österreichisch-Russisches Chorfestival

http://choir-festival-vienna.com/?lang=de_de

 

Plakat – Chorfestival 30.04 – 7.05.19 – Rus

Plakat – Chorfestival 30.04-7.05

Plakat PETERSKIRCHE – Chorfestival 30.04 – 7.05.19 – Rus

Plakat PETERSKIRCHE – Chorfestival 30.04-7.05 – deu

Афиша Гала-концерт Нем. яз. 14.04.19

Афиша Гала-концерт Русск. яз. 14.04.19 (1)

Собор свт. Николая Русс. яз. 10.04.19

Собор свт. Николая Нем. яз. 10.04.19

 

16. April 15:05-15:45 Peterskirche Der Chor Mlada aus Perm (Ural Gebiet von Russland)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GvFR1E-cvYo)

 

30. April 13.05 – 15.45 Peterskirche

-Chor “Contrast”, der Universitätschor der Pädagogischen Hochschule Moskau, Moskau,Russland
-Jugendchor MeloSol, Wien

 

1. Mai 19.00 – 21.30 Peterskirche 5-6 Chöre

-Wiener Russischer Chor, Wien
-Frauenchor “Kontrast”. Der Universitätschor der Pädagogischen Hochschule Moskau, Russland
-Chor der Technischen Universität Wien
-Jugendchor “MeloSol”, Wien
-Techno Chor d’Achor, Universität der Angewandten Kunst Wien

 

2. Mai 13.05 – 15.45 Peterskirche 2-3 Chöre

-Chor “April”, Perm, Russland

 

3. Mai 13.05 – 15.45 Peterskirche 3 Chöre

-Frauenchor “Kontrast”.Der Universitätschor der Pädagogischen Hochschule Moskau, Russland
-Folklore Ensemble „Kalinka“, Wien

 

5. Mai 12:00-13:30 Russisch-orthodoxe Kathedrale

– Akademischer Chor der Moskauer Staatlichen Lomonossow-Universität (MSU-Chor)
-Jugendchor “MeloSol”, Wien

 

5. Mai 13:30-15:30 Schwarzenbergplatz

-Akademischer Chor der Moskauer Staatlichen Lomonossow-Universität (MSU-Chor)
-Chor “April”, Perm, Russland
-Folklore Ensemble „Kalinka“, Wien
-Ensemble “Kantilena”, Wien
-Russisches Blasorkester in Österreich, Wien

 

7. Mai 18.30 – 21.00 Minoritenkirche, Gala Konzert 8-9 Chöre

-Akademischer Chor der Moskauer Staatlichen Lomonossow-Universität (MSU-Chor)
-Wiener Russischer Chor, Wien
-Techno Chor d’Achor, Universität der Angewandten Kunst Wien
-Frauenchor “Kontrast”. Der Universitätschor der Pädagogischen Hochschule Moskau, Russland
-Chor der Technischen Universität Wien
-Jugendchor “MeloSol”, Wien
-Chor “April”, Perm, Russland
-Folklore Ensemble „Kalinka“, Wien
-Vokalensemble des russischen Liedes „Golubuschki“, Wien
-Ensemble “Kantilena”, Wien
-Chor “Waltharia”, Wien