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polina shepherd
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Oct 23, 2017, 12:32 PM

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 The London Russian choir always welcomes new members. We meet on Thursday evenings near Victoria / Pimlico.
Join any time. Open to all. The choir welcomes all music lovers no knowledge of Russian language is required.

The choir promotes a wide range of music from Russia: traditional lyrical and epic songs, ritual calendar music for pagan holidays, wedding songs, dance songs and and other folklore. Another part of the repertoire represents much loved by native Russians Art Songs (Romances) from the 18-19 centuries, as well as more known pieces by Stravinsky, Tchaikovsky, Borodin and other classics.

The group brings together over 30 music lovers of various ages and cultural backgrounds. Most choir members do not speak Russian but a lot of attention is paid to cultural context, history, language and stylistic features of the music. Based at University College London.

Please contact via our web site:
http://londonrussianchoir.wordpress.com/


Schedule
weekly on Thursdays 6.30-8.30pm during term time. We have 3 terms a year each consisting of a block of 10 sessions. Please get in touch for exact dates.

Fee
65 (students 50) per term (10 sessions).
Taster - 8
When joining later on in term, term fee can be adjusted according to the number of remaining sessions.
Best regards,
Polina Shepherd
http://www.polinashepherd.co.uk
www.facebook.com/polinashepherd
Russian folk and classics, klezmer and Yiddish
Best regards,
Polina Shepherd
http://www.polinashepherd.co.uk
www.facebook.com/polinashepherd
Russian folk and classics, klezmer and Yiddish
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