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Moiseyev Dance Company
January 27, 2008

University of Michigan - Ann Arbor
Hill Auditorium

Group discounts will be available for the Russian Cultural Center.
248-217-4473
connect@russianculturalcenter.org

Event Website

 

Photos of the new facility:
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The Sleeping Beauty

Presented by Columbia Arists Management LLC
Producer: Andrew S. Grossman

Direct from Moscow, Russia
Moscow Festival Ballet
Sergei Radchenko, Artistic Director
Full-length ballet in three acts

Where?
Macomb Center for the Performing Arts
www.macombcenter.com

Sponsored by Leadership Macomb; St. Joseph's Healthcare; Chase

 

Winter 2005-2006 Holiday Cultural Events

New Year Yolka Party
December 31st at 2 PM
28555 Middlebelt Rd.,
Farmington Hills, MI 48334

Event Description: New Year celebration with Grandfather Frost and Snegurochka - show for children of all ages!

The tickets will be sold the Russian Cultural Center, Deli Food Stores around the metro Detroit or by phone.
After purchasing tickets you can call or e-mail us to register your child for a present as the presents will be given out according to your child's age.
Admission - $25.00 per child, accompanying adults enter free.
The ticket price includes the show and a present from Grandfather Frost.

If you need any additional info please contact us by phone 248-217-4473 or e-mail to connect@russianculturalcenter.org

 

Christmas Fair - Holiday Bazaar
December 17th from 12:00 to 4:00,
529 Grove St.,
Clawson, MI 48017

Event Description: Come in and enjoy Arts, Crafts, Russian Books, CDs and DVDs, Russian Souvenirs and Toys, Russian Food and Sweets.
Free Admission!

 

Language Adventure Day Camp - Summer 2005

The International School in Farmington Hills was proud to offer Language Adventure Day Camp where children had the opportunity to have fun while learning or reinforcing a foreign language. The students explored French, German, Spanish, and Russian languages this summer. The camp brought a staff of native speaking teachers, combining foreign language immersion with the activities of a summer camp. For more information visit our Language Adventure Day Camp page.

 

Family Fun Day at the Cranbrook Art Museum - March 12, 2005.

The kids had fun with children's book illustrations and listened to professional storytelling. We enjoyed many fun, educational activities while learning about the world of children's picture books at the Cranbrook Art Museum in Bloomfield Hills.

Click to view the official event flyer for more information!

 

Norbekov System Seminar

NorbekovMichigan Russian Cultural Center and Norbekov Institute held a lecture about the unique Norbekov System of Self-Restoration.The class was held February 14th, 2005.

Norbekov System is proven by experience of more than one million people, who have restored their health and self-control. In the last 10 years, the Moscow Institute of Personal Self-Restoration, led by professor Norbekov, has become widely known in many parts of the world. You can read more about Norbekov and his System at http://www.norbekovusa.com/index.asp?cat=161440. Today, the Institute has more than 180 branches in all countries of the former Soviet Union, Israel, Canada and United States!

2004 Christmas Fair

December 18, 2004
12 - 4 pm

529 Grove Street

- Bake Sale
- Arts & Crafts Sale
- Home-made food
- Kids' Performances

Home-made food menu:
- "Olivje" Russian Potatoe Salad
- Pork Chops
- Crepes with Caviar
- Cabbage Rolls with Sausage
- Buckwheat with mushrooms
- Russian Perogies
- Siberian Dumplings
- Meat balls.

Russian Festival – October 9th, 2004
The Third Annual Russian Festival held October 9th featured:
Live folk, classical, and rock music, circus, puppet theater, arts and crafts activities for kids, dance performances and, of course, traditional Russian food.
Click for pictures!
Click for List of Festival Events

 

College for Creative Studies Trip
School for Creative Learning has organized a field trip to the Annual Student Exhibition at the College for Creative Studies in Detroit. This even was held May 22nd, 2004.
The Annual Student Exhibition featured more than 3,500 works of art created by students of painting, sculpture, ceramics, metalsmithing, graphic design, and industrial design. Tour of the exhibition was led by the School for Creative Learning teachers.

For more information visit www.ccscad.edu

 

RCC Field Trip: Myths and Fairy Tales of the Cranbrook Sculptural Garden with guide Elena Ivanova

The field trip took place on April 10, 2004 at Cranbrook School in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan.

 

 

 

A Russian Night at Cranbrook

SamovarFebruary 27, 2004
Presented by Cranbrook Art Museum and Michigan Russian Cultural Center.

Old Russian traditional songs and dances performed by Russian Tea, a collective of professional dancers and musicians who perform nationwide.

 

Challegner Soccer Camp

Russian Cultural Center sent kids to Challenger Soccer Camp, Summer 2003. The children learned valuable soccer skills from British coaches during the weeklong event.

Some RCC participants at the Challenger Soccer event:

 

Russian Rock in Detroit

An evening of Russian Rock in Detroit was a great success.  A crowd of about 200 people showed up.  Russian Cultural Center joined efforts with DJ La Femme in introducing Detroit's own Russian Rock bands "Mantra" and "Vitamin Sha" and Toronto's "Sobaki Pavlova." Songs by "Alisa", "Kino", "Picnic" and others were performed as well as the bands' original material.

For more information about the bands visit:

"Mantra" - www.mantra-music.com

"Sobaki Pavlova" - www.nezavtra.net

Second Annual Russian Festival

There were clowns, puppets, and dogs.  You could hear Russian traditional balalaika and contemporary Russian Rock songs; see Russian folk dance, and enjoy our traditional food; and, best of all, there were lots of smiles.

An Evening of Russian Romantic Song

You've missed soulful performances by Ludmila Schaible, Aleksander Chernyak, and The Russian Tea.


Contact us at: connect@russianculturalcenter.com