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2017

june 2017

6jun5:00 pm- 7:00 pmRussian Émigré Literature: The Dialog of Generations

7jun6:00 pm- 7:00 pmBalalaika Wednesdays at Mari Vanna Restaurant

8jun6:30 pm- 7:30 pmSilk Road of Marco Polo

11jun11:00 am- 4:00 pm15th Annual Together in New York® FestivalThe Annual Community Festival and Health and Sports Fair

14jun6:00 pm- 7:00 pmBalalaika Wednesdays at Mari Vanna Restaurant

18jun12:00 pm- 4:00 pmSports & Wellness Festival at MatchPoint NYC

5jun - 18jun 510:00 amjun 18The Memory of Time & Space: Artwork by Russian-speaking & Israeli artists

5jun - 18jun 510:00 amjun 18LANDMark: A group exhibition of LAND studio & gallery

21jun6:00 pm- 7:00 pmBalalaika Wednesdays at Mari Vanna Restaurant

25jun2:00 pm- 6:00 pmBukharian Jewish Community Festival

26jun8:00 pm- 10:00 pmFrom Classics to Moderns: A Tribute to Joseph Brodsky

28jun6:00 pm- 7:00 pmBalalaika Wednesdays at Mari Vanna Restaurant

19jun - 2juljun 1910:00 amjul 2Divertissements: From Anna Pavlova to Svetlana Zakharova

19jun - 9juljun 1910:00 amjul 9Ella Kogan: Searching for the Soul

26jun - 16juljun 2610:00 amjul 16Life In Colors

july 2017

19jun - 2juljun 1910:00 amjul 2Divertissements: From Anna Pavlova to Svetlana Zakharova

19jun - 9juljun 1910:00 amjul 9Ella Kogan: Searching for the Soul

26jun - 16juljun 2610:00 amjul 16Life In Colors

2016

may 2016

31may - 11junmay 3110:00 amjun 11Joseph Brodsky and His Time

31may - 11junmay 3110:00 amjun 11Vagrich Bakhchanyan: The Diary of a Non-Conformist

31may - 11junmay 3110:00 amjun 11The Third Wave and Novy Amerikanetz: Russian Culture in New York 1970-1990

june 2016

2jun7:00 pm- 10:00 pmThe New Land Film FestivalPart I.

5jun5:30 pm- 9:00 pmPhilippe Quint and Friends:From Bloch to Rachmaninoff

6jun - 7jun 66:00 pmjun 7New Land Film FestivalPart II

31may - 11junmay 3110:00 amjun 11Vagrich Bakhchanyan: The Diary of a Non-Conformist

31may - 11junmay 3110:00 amjun 11Joseph Brodsky and His Time

31may - 11junmay 3110:00 amjun 11The Third Wave and Novy Amerikanetz: Russian Culture in New York 1970-1990

19jun11:00 am- 4:00 pm14th Annual Together in New York® Festival

22jun8:00 pm- 10:00 pmLove Is Where It All Begins...

13jun - 25jun 1310:00 amjun 25The Legends of Russian Ballet

13jun - 25jun 1310:00 amjun 25Pieced Together:Patchwork Quilts from Russia

13jun - 25jun 1310:00 amjun 25The Memory of Time and Space:The Portrait of the Community

july 2016

1jul2:00 pm- 4:00 pmQuo Vadis?

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Banner 0The Annual Russian Heritage Month® celebrates and honors the rich diversity of cultural traditions brought to the U.S. from the many countries of the former Soviet Union. The Russian-speaking community plays an indispensable role in the culture, economic and social life of New York, the US and the world. The Annual Russian Heritage Month® honors their contributions and affords the opportunity to showcase their talents. The Annual Russian Heritage Month® has become a unifying force of our community by allowing its members, who hail from across the former Soviet Union, to preserve their heritage, culture, and language while also expressing their cultural identity.

The annual celebration of arts and culture takes place throughout the month of June in New York City. The Annual Russian Heritage Month® is the only event of its kind in the U.S. and every year attracts a large diverse audience to enjoy diverse cultural events, such as contemporary and folk music, dance performances, art exhibitions, public festivals, health and sports fairs, business expos, and more.

The Annual Russian Heritage Month® was established by the Russian American Foundation in collaboration with The City of New York, Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg, and the Daily News in 2003. The festival began as a week-long series of events, celebrating cultural and economic contributions of the Russian-speaking community of New York. Over the years, the internaPic_Texttional Russian-speaking community has become a vital part of the celebration by participating in events and attending as special guests from the art, fashion, Foreign Service and business worlds. RAF is greatly honored to partner with the New York Post in presenting the Annual Russian Heritage Month® for the last five years.

Over the past 14 years the Annual Russian Heritage Month® has grown into an internationally recognized month-long celebration dedicated to promoting cross-community awareness, as well as a valuable local, national and international dialogue between peoples and cultures. The Annual Russian Heritage Month® traditionally opens with a reception at the Temple of Dendur in the Sackler Wing of the Metropolitan Museum of Art attended by the Mayor of New York City and culminates with Together in New York® – Annual Community Festival and Health and Sport Fair – in Brooklyn, NY.

Presented as part of the Annual Russian Heritage Month®, the Russian Heritage Festival® continues the exciting tradition of celebrating the legacy and achievements of the First, Second and Third Waves of the Russian-speaking émigrés from former Soviet Republics to the United States through a variety of open to public cultural events – concerts, exhibitions, literature events and film screenings. While finding new home overseas, those generations of Russian-Americans kept deep ties with their home country and put forth tireless efforts to preserve their heritage and cultural identity.

“In the United States we are Americans first but take equal pride in our individual and community heritage. And groups that tie those of common heritage together will inevitably strengthen our society at large.” – Shai Baitel, “Proud Community, Proud Americans”, Huffington Post, 11/22/2014

To read more News about the Annual Russian Heritage Month®, please click here.

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This program is supported, in part, by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, in partnership with the City Council, and by the New York City Department of Youth and Community Development.

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