Russian Fantasia: Folklore, Farce, Fairytales in Readings and Music presented by the Department of Russian and Slavic Studies.
“Russian Fantasia” will be an exciting evening of readings from Russian literature that include excerpts from folklore, fairytales, farce, and the fantastic. The readings by the department’s students and faculty will be in Russian accompanied by projected subtitles in English. Music by members of the Arcadia Chamber Ensemble (tenor, piano, French horn, and clarinet) will include pieces by Rimsky-Korsakov, Shostakovich, Stravinsky and others. This event takes place only days before Halloween, so we invite you to come as your favorite character from Russian folklore, farce, or fairytales. Baba-Yaga will be on hand to award prizes for the best costumes.
Friday, October 21
Part of Humanities Week 2011
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