Thursday, September 21, 2006

OPEN HOUSE 2006: Russian Canadian Cultural Aid Society (RCCAS)

Русское Культурно-Просветительное Общество
Приглашает на День Открытых Дверей
Credit: RCCAS

Dear Friends,

The Russian Canadian Cultural Aid Society

Invites to the Open House

When: Sunday, October 1, 2006
Time: 4:00PM
Where: The Russian Canadian Cultural Aid Society
Address: 91 Kersdale Ave., Toronto, Ontario M6M 1E4
Google map: 91 Kersdale Ave., Toronto, Ontario M6M 1E4

In the program:
5:00 PM
Presentation of a documentary film "Russian Choice"
Director Nikita Mikhalkov

Come and join us for entertainment, refreshments, tea, coffee
Zakuski will be available for purchase

Everyone is welcome
Admission is FREE

For information call:
Maria Nikolaevna Blagoveshchenskaya: 416-489-3077
Elena Klinaeva: 416-736-4940
е-mail: russinanclub@rccas.ca
Web: www.rccas.ca



The Russian Canadian Cultural Aid Society events
Photos: Oksana Shlakhter

Дорогие Друзья,

Русское Культурно-Просветительное Общество
Приглашает на День Открытых Дверей

Когда: Воскресенье, 1 октября 2006
Время: с 4 часов вечера
Где: Русское Культурно-Просветительное Общество
Адрес: 91 Kersdale Ave., Toronto, ON M6M 1E4, Old Weston Rd. & Rogers Rd.
Google map: 91 Kersdale Ave., Toronto, Ontario M6M 1E4

В программе:
Просмотр документального фильма
"Русский Выбор"
Режиссер Никита Михалков

Угощение, Чай, Кофе
Работает буфет, бар

Добро пожаловать
Вход бесплатный

Телефон для справок:
Мария Николаевна Благовещенская: 416-489-3077
Елена Клинаева: 416-736-4940
е-mail: russinanclub@rccas.ca
Web: www.rccas.ca

About Russian Canadian Cultural Aid Society (RCCAS):

* founded - in 1950 as a non profit organization
* run - entirely by volunteers.
* mission - to promote and maintain rich Russian cultural traditions and help new immigrants integrate into the Canadian way of life
* activities - сoncerts, lectures, folkdancing, drama club, chess club ...
* participation - in cultural festivals in Toronto and the GTA, and to provide social and cultural support to Canadians of Russian origin
* pavilion - Novgorod as a part of Toronto International Caravan Festival for 24 years
* welcomes - all Canadians to participate in events, enjoy concerts, and various artistic performances and to experience the culture and traditions.

links:

Никита Михалков. Русский выбор
(телеканал "Россия", 2003 год)
Пресса
Фотоальбом
Информация
Отзывы
Source: Никита Михалков

«Никита Михалков. Русский выбор» (2003)
«Студия ТРИТЭ Никиты Михалкова», Телеканал «Россия»
Фильмография:
Документальная многосерийная лента о судьбе русской эмиграции.
У каждого человека есть свой выбор: сказать или промолчать, погибнуть или выжить, двигаться или остановиться. И в конечном итоге рано или поздно каждому человеку приходиться делать свой выбор. Русские изгнанники выбрали сохранение национальных идей и ценностей, с утратой которых, наша страна может потерять жизненную энергию и государственный потенциал. Фильм о подвиге людей, сумевших сохранить Россию без России.
Source: Телеканал "РОССИЯ"

Телеканал Россия: Поиск «Никита Михалков. Русский выбор»

The Delegation of the Russian Orthodox Church Outside of Russia Returns From Escorting the Remains of General Denikin and Ivan Ilyin
In 2002 the Russian Cultural Fund began filming "Russians without Russia," the first part of which, "Russian Choice," was devoted to the Civil War, the retreat of the White soldiers and their fates abroad. This movie, which first told the historical truth about the White Movement, its heroes and participants to the Russian people, was broadcast in December 2003, as the first phase in the return to Russia of her warrior-defender and her philosopher.
NEW YORK: October 7, 2005
Source: Russian Orthodox Church Outside of Russia

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Wednesday, September 20, 2006

Toronto Events: AKAFIST 2006 Canadian Tour

The Kenneth G. Mills Foundation Event

AKAFIST
Russian Male Chamber Choir conducted by Andrei Malyutin

Fifth Canadian Tour
September 8 to October 5, 2006

The members of AKAFIST dedicate their 2006 concert tour to the memory of MAESTRO KENNETH G. MILLS for his international patronage of sacred choral music

“Rich and vibrant, the choir’s sound ranged from high tenor to basso profundo, and from ear-buzzing fortissimos to the softest pianissimos.”
The Globe and Mail

• INTERNATIONALLY ACCLAIMED
• MAGNIFICENT RUSSIAN CHORAL TRADITION

Presented by The Kenneth G. Mills Foundation
P. O. Box 790, Station F
Toronto, Ontario M4Y 2N7
Tel. (800) 437-1454 • Email: info@kgmfoundation.org
www.kgmfoundation.org

Concert Schedule

• Friday, Sept. 8, 7:30 p.m., All Serbian Saints Church, Mississauga
• Saturday, Sept. 9, 7:00 p.m., St. Arsenije Sremac Serbian Church, Whitby
• Sunday, Sept. 10, 3:00 p.m., Cathedral of the Transfiguration, Markham
• Friday, Sept. 15, 8:00 p.m., St. Paul’s Cathedral, London
• Saturday, Sept. 16, 8:00 p.m., St. Paul’s Basilica, Toronto
• Sunday, Sept. 17, 1:00 p.m., St. Michael the Archangel Serbian Orthodox Church, Toronto
• Sunday, Sept. 17, 7:00 p.m., Doon Presbyterian Church, Kitchener
• Wednesday Sept. 20, 12:30 p.m., University of Waterloo, Conrad Grebel University College
• Wednesday, Sept. 20, 8:00 p.m., Dublin Street United Church, Guelph
• Thursday, Sept. 21, 7:30 p.m., St. Patrick’s Catholic Church
5633 Hwy 7, Markham (905) 294-5955
• Friday, Sept. 22, 12:30 p.m., University of Western Ontario
Kuster Hall (519) 661-2111
• Friday, Sept. 22, 7:30 p.m., Eglinton St. George’s United Church
35 Lytton Blvd.., Toronto (416) 481-1141
• Saturday, Sept. 23, 8:00 p.m., St. Dimitar Bulgarian Orthodox Church
1555 Steeles Ave. West, Brampton (905) 861-9111
• Sunday, Sept. 24, 2:00 p.m., Holy Trinity Russian Orthodox Church
23 Henry Street, Toronto (416) 265-5651
• Tuesday, Sept. 26, 12:30 p.m., McMaster University
Convocation (University) Hall, 1280 Mary Street West, Hamilton (905) 525-9140
• Friday, Sept. 29, 7:30 p.m., All Saint’s Anglican Church
300 Dundas Street West, Whitby (905) 668-5101
• Saturday, Sept. 30, 8:00 p.m., St. George’s Cathedral
King and Johnson Streets, Kingston (613) 548-4617
• Sunday, Oct. 1, 8:00 p.m., Colours of Music Festival
Burton Ave. United Church, 37 Burton Ave., Barrie (705) 726-4980
• Tuesday, Oct. 3, 12:15 a.m., Tyndale University & Seminary
25 Ballyconnor Court, Toronto (416) 226-6380
• Wednesday, Oct. 4, 7:30 p.m., Christ’s Church Cathedral
252 James Street North Hamilton (905) 527-1316

THE KENNETH G. MILLS FOUNDATION
RUSSIAN MALE CHAMBER CHOIR, AKAFIST, TO SING IN TORONTO
Press Release
Toronto, July 18, 2006…The internationally acclaimed a cappella Russian male chamber choir, AKAFIST, will perform over 25 concerts in Toronto and southern Ontario on its fifth Canadian tour, scheduled for September 2006. The Kenneth G. Mills Foundation is pleased to sponsor its greatly anticipated return engagement.

The choir was organized in 1990 by artistic director and conductor Andrei V.Malyutin, and is composed of 15 musicians possessing extraordinary vocal skills and liturgical experience in orthodox churches and monasteries in Moscow.

AKAFIST has sung in international choral and music festivals in Moscow, Omsk, Ples, Riga, Toronto (Roy Thomson Hall), Montreal, and Newport among others. The choir was a prizewinner among professional choirs in Hainovka, Poland, and took third place in the International Vocal Ensembles Competition in Korntal-Munhingen, Germany. It has performed to capacity audiences on all of its four previous concert tours in Canada and the United States.

AKAFIST’s a cappella repertoire combines vast traditions of Russian folk songs with church music spanning five centuries. Reviewer Tamara Bernstein of The Globe and Mail said of its performances during the 1993 International Choral Festival in Toronto, “Rich and vibrant, the choir’s sound ranged from high tenor to basso profundo, and from ear-buzzing fortissimos to the softest pianissimos.” CD Review has said of AKAFIST’s recent CD: “A moment that can only be described as sublime.”

The Kenneth G. Mills Foundation is a non-profit charitable organization dedicated to the preservation and extension of the works of its founder, Dr. Kenneth G. Mills, and to the continuation of Dr. Mills’ munificent philanthropic support of education and the arts. Dr. Mills initiated the sponsorship of AKAFIST’s first concert tour of Canada in 1992.

For ticket information please call: (800) 437-1454 or (416) 410-0453.
Special group rates are available.
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Russian choir to sing at church

Sep 14, 2006
The internationally-acclaimed a cappella Russian male chamber choir Akafist will perform at St. Patricks Catholic Church in Markham on Sept. 21.
They performed to capacity audiences on all four of their previous concert tours in Canada and the United States.
Akafist's a capella repertoire combines traditions of Russian folk songs with church music spanning five centuries.
The choir was organized in 1990 by artistic director and conductor Andrei V. Malyutin and is composed of 15 musicians with liturgical experience in orthodox churches and monasteries in Moscow.
Akafist has sung in international choral and music festivals in Moscow, Toronto and Montreal. The choir took third place in the international vocal ensembles competitions in Germany.
The Kenneth G. Mills Foundation is sponsoring the choir's return.
The foundation is a non-profit charitable organization dedicated to the preservation and extension of the works of its founder Dr. Kenneth G. Mills and to the continuation of his support of education and the arts.
Tickets (including G.S.T.) are $15 for adults, $10 for seniors/students. Admission at the door.
St. Patrick's Catholic Church is at 5633 Highway 7 in Markham on Thurs. Sept. 21 at 7:30 p.m.
For more information, call 416-410-0453.
Source: www.yorkregion.com

Russian choir launches Friday concerts

Akafist, a 15-member, all-male chamber choir from Moscow brings the magnificent traditions of Russian choral art to Western on September 22 at 12:30.
Source: http://communications.uwo.ca

Concerts and Special Services @ ESG
Event: Akafist Male Choir
Date: Friday, September 22, 7:30 pm. Tickets $20; Students and Seniors $15.
Location: Eglinton St. George's United Church
Details: The last time this extraordinary Russian male choir performed in our building, they sang to a full house, earning standing ovations and raves in the press. Don’t miss their return! They will perform both sacred and folk music.
Source:www.esgunited.org

Свято-Троицкая Русская Православная Церковь Заграницей
Знаменитый мужской церковный хор из Москвы "Акафист" поет в нашем храме литургию в воскресенье 24 сентября в 10 часов утра и затем в 2 часа в приходском зале даст концерт. Билеты по $15 заказывайте у матушки И. Беляй по телефону: 416-534-6434

Holy Trinity Russian Orthodox Church in Toronto
23 Henry Street
Toronto, Ontario, Canada. M5T 1W9
Tel.: (416)979-2990
Fax: (416)265-2444
(КАРТА)
Ближайшее пересечение главных улиц:
College St. & University Ave.
TCC/Метро: Queen's Park

About AKAFIST Choir
The prizewinner of international contests AKAFIST is an all-male chamber choir devoted to continuing the magnificent traditions of the Russian choral art and Orthodox Church singing culture.

Organized in 1990 by artistic director and conductor Andrei V. Malyutin, the choir is composed of musicians possessing extraordinary vocal skills and considerable liturgical experience in Orthodox Churches and Monasteries in Moscow.

During its existence, AKAFIST took part in church services in Novo-Spassky Monastery and gave many concerts in different Russian and Baltic cities. They have presented choral music in international choral and music festivals in Moscow, Omsk, Ples, Riga, Toronto, Montreal, Marktoberdorf, Newport, Chautauqua, Cape May, Huntington and others. AKAFIST was a prizewinner among professional choirs at the 10th Orthodox Choral Festival in Hainovka, Poland and took third place in the International Vocal Ensembles Competition in Korntal-Munhingen, Germany.

Repertoire

The repertoire of the male chamber choir consists of the chants of the Russian Orthodox Church of the 16th through the 20th centuries and Russian folk songs. The choir performs pieces of unison Znamenny Chant, monastery chants of the Kiev Pechersk and Troitse-Sergieva Lavras and pieces of church composers of both the 19th and 20th centuries such as Kastalsky, Arhangelsky, Chesnokov, Kalinnikov, Golovanov, Bortniansky, Grechaninov and others.

Contact AKAFIST:
Andrei V. Malyutin, Artistic Director and Conductor
Dmitri Smirnoff, Vice-President
akafist@aha.ru

Choral Scene - The Wholenote Magazine
September 1 - October 7, 2006
I often wax nostalgic for the wonderful Niki Goldschmidt Joy of Singing festivals of 1989, 1993 and 2002. One of the highlights of 1993 was the Russian male choir Akafist, who gave several stunning performances of repertoire seldom heard in these parts. Well, Akafist is touring southern Ontario extensively this month, so there is no excuse to miss them. They’ll be in Kingston, London, Barrie, Markham, Kitchener, Guelph and several other towns, and will give more than one concert in Toronto. For information and tour dates, visit www.kennethgmills.com/akafist or call 1-800-437-1454 or 416-410-0453.
by Larry Beckwith
Source: www.thewholenote.com


Akafist: Famous Russian Choral Works CD
Source: www.emusic.com
Beruhmte Russische Chorwerke
Listen <<<
Artist: Akafist
Release Date: January 1, 2005
Genre: Classical
Styles: Opera
Label: haenssler CLASSIC / IODA
Conductor: Andrei V. Malutin
Source: www.emusic.com

We are very grateful to Elena from Elena’s Jewellery by Russian Masters boutique for information about this concert. "This is not just Jewellery - this is Art!"

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Vladimir Shatsev: Generation Gap and More

Рисунок И.С. Тургенева "Базаров" из романа "Отцы и дети". "Игра в портреты".
Ivan Turgenev's portrait of Bazarov from the novel "Fathers and Sons“.
"Великий человек - ни больше, ни меньше! Печальный, нелюдимый, глубокий, могучий, одинокий. Он мог бы стать народным вождем, не будь он слишком большим философом. Может быть неотразимо красноречивым-иногда вспыльчив до ярости, обычно молчалив и исполнен горечи. Большое сердце и в самой глубине души много скрытой нежности."
Source: www.Turgenev.org.ru

Fathers and Sons by Ivan Turgenev: Generation Gap and More

Essay
by Vladimir Shatsev

Fathers and Sons is a Russian novel. Russian novel... It means that leading characters are passionate, often full of radical ideas, and a bit crazy.

In the middle of WWII when North America paid special attention to Russian culture, Sinclair Lewis wrote a foreword to the new edition of Fathers and Sons and thereby reintroduced this novel to a new generation of readers. I would like to do something similar now.

The novel Fathers and Sons, published in 1862, shocked Russian society. Both conservatives or liberals as well as radicals read this book enthusiastically, but they did not want to recognize themselves there.

This aroused readers' interest is comparable with people's reaction nowadays to bestsellers like The Da Vinci Code and Angels and Demons. It is an example how a great number of people who disagree with the author’s concept, however continue to read and discuss it.

My comparison is a result of reflection. Among the many themes of The DaVinci Code is the hidden sexuality of Christian civilization. Among the many themes of Angels and Demons is Science. These two: the dedication of himself to Science and his barely controlled passions are the features of the leading character Evgeny Bazarov, a graduate student with plans to be a doctor. He believes only in what he himself has scientifically experienced. "A chemist who knows his business is twenty times as useful as any poet."

Bazarov is a nihilist. This nihilism sets out to denounce and deny all social and ethical values. "But allow me," began Nikolai Petrovich, "You deny everything, or to put it more precisely, you destroy everything... But one must construct, too, you know.""That is not our business... we must first clear the ground."

Vladimir Nabokov, in his "Lectures on Russian Literature" wrote: "He might have become, beyond the horizon of the novel, a great social thinker, a prominent physician, or an active revolutionary". I would like to add something to that, i.e. an active revolutionary might be the same person as a terrorist.

The love story in the novel is the most thrilling story. The beginning of this story is: "Anyhow, she’s delightful," said Arkady. "What a magnificent body," went on Bazarov. "How I would like to see it on the dissecting table." The ending of this story is: "Well, what I am to say to you? That I loved you? There was no sense in that even before, and less than even now. Love is a form, and my own form is already decaying. I do better to say how fine you are. Even now you are standing there, so beautiful."

It is worth reading and rereading, because true human passions are never old fashioned and always new.

It is about every reader, because the love triangle (or "love square") depicted here is familiar to everybody.

It is about every reader, who has ever discussed something, forgetting the goal of discussion, and having only the subconscious goal of impressing his or her companion.

It is about us because even if we have not participated in duels, we have dreamt of something like that.

Fathers and Sons is about everything, Life and Death in the final analysis, about Turgenev’s special philosophy of "eternal reconciliation and life without end".

It is first and foremost about the generation gap. It is for everybody who has ever argued with their parents or everybody who has been irritated or abused by the younger generation.

It is about yesterday, today, and the future. It is not a book, but a magic mirror now in your hand.

Sinclair Lewis wrote that Bazarov deserves the same degree of fame as Don Quixote or Sherlock Holmes. Oh, yes, and therefore, Ivan Turgenev with his best book, deserves the same fame as Miguelle De Cervantes and Arthur Conan Doyle. The book as well...

Questions
1. Have you ever read any Russian novels of the XIX century?
2. "A chemist who knows his business is twenty times as useful as any poet". Are you in agreement with this statement?
3. Do you think that the generation gap is an eternal phenomenon?
4. What is the difference between nihilism in the Turgenev’s novel and in the modern world?
5. Have you ever read a book where the main character had been absolutely transformed by love?

Here is the list of the books that it would be better to read after Fathers and Sons.
Also by Ivan Turgenev:
  • Rudin
  • On the Eve
Fyodor Dostoyevsky, Crime and Punishment (1866)
Anton Chekhov, The Duel (1891)

Copyright © 2006 Vladimir N. Shatsev

About Author:
Vladimir N. Shatsev, from St. Petersburg, is a prominent teacher of Literature with original ideas and attitudes. He has been invited for “Readings from Russia” at Chapters, to give Canadians an additional impulse to enter the enchanting and eccentric world of Tolstoy, Chekhov, Bulgakov, and others.

This is an essay from the series “Readings from Russia”.
Vladimir Shatsev: Magic in Your Soul
The Master and Margarita by Mikhail Bulgakov: The Magnificent Book about Magic in Your Soul
Essay by Vladimir Shatsev


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Tuesday, September 19, 2006

Toronto Word Festival: Celebrating of Publishing World

The Word On The Street (WOTS) Toronto: National Annual Outdoor Book and Magazine Festival
Credit: www.thewordonthestreet.ca


I would like to invite everybody to THE WORD ON THE STREET TORONTO Festival.

Celebrating of Publishing World in Toronto

250 book & magazine vendors
120 featured authors

When: Sunday, September 24, 2006
Time: 11 am - 6 pm
Location: Queen's Park, Toronto
Getting there: Queen's Park Subway Station
Admission: Free
Please visit www.thewordonthestreet.ca for details

Festival Program (80 pages)
Festival at a Glance (6 pages)
Festival Map
Festival Exhibitor List

What is on our list:

Wordshop Marquee
Time: 12:30 PM
Blogging Toronto
Moderated by Matt Blackett
Discussion Panel
Moderator Matthew Blackett of Spacing Magazine spreads Blogging Toronto: a discussion panel which focus on the world of websites that are dedicated to covering the side variety of topics that affect Toronto, its neighbourhoods, and its people. The panelists will include Rannie Turingan of photojunkie.ca and torontoist.com; Time Shore, BlogTO mastermind; Antonia Zerbisias, Toronto Star blog journalist and Marc Weisblott, publisher of Paved.ca. They will discuss the positive and negative social implications of blogging, as well as the community and culture that these virtual gathering spaces help cultivate. A Q&A with audience members will follow.

Wordshop Marquee
Time: 1:25 PM
Self-Publishing Secrets Revealed!
Manisha Solomon
Seminar
So you have a message to share? Do you want to establish yourself as an expert in your field or industry? Do you have a book inside you that is bursting to get out? Join the rank who started out by self-publishing their own books. Manisha Solomon of Solotext Editorial will reveal ten secrets about the self-publishing process. These will include: Where to get an ISBN (for FREE!). The truth about Copyright, Why "Everyone" is not your target market, How to get the writing process started, and Alternatives to the print book {eBooks}.
Manisha Solomon is considered to be one of Canada's leading self-publishing experts. She is the author of The Indie Approach to Publishing in Canada: The Self-Publisher's Rites of Passage. She is also the owner of Solotext Editorial.

You can take a look on Liudmila Cherniak's notes and photos from one of the Manisha's self-publishing seminars.
Some thoughts from last year festival: Back to Analog World: Words, Papers, Magazines, Books, Presentations, Readings, Performances, Dialogs, Monologs and a Lot of Doubts ‘to Buy or not to Buy’.

You and your family, friends and neighbours are invited to celebrate the joy of reading at The Word On The Street Book & Magazine Fair. From 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. on the last Sunday in September, Vancouver, Calgary, Kitchener, Toronto and Halifax will unite Canada in a national celebration of literacy and the printed word.

If You Do Not Read Books, You Will Forget the Alphabet Soon!
Если книг читать не будешь, скоро грамоту забудешь!
Unknown Author, 1925

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Wednesday, September 06, 2006

TIFF06: Borat SOLD OUT

What movie are you dying to see at this year’s Toronto International Film Festival?
Source: Sympatico / MSN TIFF : Home : Hub

That is why Borat is sold out. People are dying to see this mockumentary.

32% - Borat (Borat Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan)
25% - Last Kiss
22% - Babel
15% - Vince Vaughn's Wild West Comedy (Vince Vaughn's Wild West Comedy Show: 30 Days & 30 Nights-Hollywood to the Heartland)
6% - Away From Her

But not only Borat is sold out. The Italian, The Pervert's Guide to Cinema, and dozens of other movies are sold out too.

Don’t be upset. We still have same day tickets and rush tickets available. If we are lucky.
For now we have tickets:

To Get to Heaven First You Have to Die (Bihisht Faqat Baroi Murdagon) Чтобы Попасть В Рай, Ты Должен Умереть

Building a Broken Mousetrap

Nouvelle Chance

The Island (Остров)

Outsourced

Paris, Je T'aime

See you at "the festival of festivals".

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tiffreviews.com - TIFFBlogs
Pre-Fest Talk 2006: Discuss newly announced screenings at TIFF 2006, ... It isn’t that surprising that The Pervert’s Guide to Cinema is sold out on the ...
www.tiffreviews.com/2006/blog/?p=48


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