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Piano & Harp Rendez-vous

Austin, TX, United States

Hope Lutheran Church 6414 North Hampton Drive
Austin, TX 78723
United States
(817) 534-8246

Piano & Harp Rendez-vous musical event presents a world class harpist Alena Bystritskiy and a Piano Duo AleAnya (Anya Grokhovsky and Alena Gorina). We invite you to enjoy classical selections of Schubert, Liszt, Tchaikovsky, Rachmaninoff and others.

Igor Bulanov - Russian musician, singing song writer ( Moscow )

Austin, TX, US

Hideaway club 4323 South Interstate 35
Austin, TX 78744

With great joy, we invite you all to the long awaited CD release and concert by the famous Russian musician and singer, the author of wonderful, memorable songs, Igor Bulanov with special guest Zhenya Rock ( the leader of Flying Balalaika Brothers).

Music Masters of Czech Republic

Austin, TX, United States

9905 Anderson Mill Rd.
Austin, TX 78750
United States
(512) 335-4449

Austin audiences will have the unique opportunity to see a living legend of Czech classical and European jazz music ! Felix Slováček,Sr. and two young stars of the current Czech musical scene – clarinetist and soprano saxophonist Felix Slováček, Jr. and pianist Viacheslav Grokhovski, Jr., from a famous Czech musical family.

Russian Puppet Theater “Khokhloma” with a puppet show performance “The smallest dwarf Vasya”

Austin International School 4001 Adelphi Ln

The main character is the small and kind gnome Vasya, he is following the advice of his family of gnomes and dwarfs, saving various fairytale heroes and becomes noticeable to those around him.

Of Love and Passion: Three Generations of Great Russian Composers Art Songs, Instrumental Music, and Rachmaninoff’s Opera Aleko

Austin, TX, United States

207 West 18th Street
Austin, TX 78701
United States
(512) 472-5436

The Russian Speakers Society proudly presents this unique concert. Part I will feature (for the first time in Austin) a Concert performance of Rachmaninoff’s one-act opera Aleko, based on the poem “The Gypsies” by Alexander Pushkin.