Neighbourhoud of Nations
For the first time Creative Collective Arts Center has received an
invitation to represent Russian-speaking community culture during
the annual Sunoco "Welcome America" festival Neighborhood of Nations.
When - Sunday, June 30, 12 PM. to 7 PM.
Where - Memorial Hall,
What - "Neighborhood of Nations"
Russian "skomorokhy" will great you
and traditional food will be available.
Two tables will feature community
Mrs. Lilia Moldavskaia - Jewish holidays related craft
Iskhakov - national craft from Uzbekistan.
Concert part will start at 1 PM in
Mark Sobol's ensemble - traditional Kleizmer and
interpretations of well-known Russian songs. 0.5 hour
Mark Sobol -
Shimon Suissa - drums
Paul Berman - guitar
Jacob Lyulko -
4:30 PM. Pavilion #2 0.5 hour
Traditional Russian and
Belo Russian songs in contemporary interpretation.
Urie Bogatkevitch -
composer and singer
Ilona Bogatkevitch - singer.
6:00 PM. Pavilion #2. 0.5
"The Classical Musical Family" - Pavel, Zoya and Julie
"Lights suite" - original composition for four-hands piano.
Zarukin - d.m.a in piano
Zoya Zarukin - m.m. in piano.
Singing sensation -
student of the Westminster Choir college - Julie Zarukin:
"Amazing Grace" -
"Can't take it away from me" - Gershvin
"Dove sono I bei Momenti" -
Directions to Memorial Hall:
Take interstate 76 (Schuylkill
Expressway) to the Montgomery Drive Exit. Turn toward Belmont Avenue (Note: if
you were westbound on the expressway you will make a left, if you were eastbound
you will make a right.) Go to the first traffic signal (Belmont Avenue) and make
a left. Go to the next traffic signal (North Concourse Drive) and make a left.
Memorial Hall is about 300 yards up North Concourse Drive on your left. There is
of free parking in the area around Memorial Hall.
sponsored by Creative Collective Arts Center and Pennsylvania-Russia Business