Russian Club Past Events


Spring 2018 events


01/10 Russian Orthodox Christmas celebration

01/17 Russian “Old” New Year and Epiphany. Divinations and fortunetelling

01/24 Interpreting/Translating at the UN: meeting Joe Rogers

01/31 Film screening: Piter FM by Oksana Bychkova



02/07   75th Anniversary of the victory at Stalingrad

*02/08 “Constructing Post-Soviet Stardom: Auteur and the state in the case of Renata Litvinova.” Olga Mukhortova gives a talk at Center for Biography. 12:00 – 1:15 pm. Thursday. KUYKENDALL 409A

02/14 Maslenitsa – Butter Week and bliny celebration.

02/21 Workshop “How to Learn Russian”

02/28 Film screening: Ekipazh by Nikolai Lebedev



*03/03 Russian booth at The Manoa Experience – University Preview Day. In front of Bilger Hall. 10:00 am – 1:00 pm Saturday.

*03/07 “For Boys and Girls Comrade! Children’s Books: For Fun And/or Politics,” including a presentation of the Russian children’s books collection. Hamilton Library 401. 3:00-4:00 pm

03/07 International Women’s Day celebration. Meeting Kim Binsted, UH-NASA researcher.

*03/15 Russian Theater day. Screening The Suicideby Nikolai Erdman, presented by Stage Russia. Moore Hall 258. 2:00 – 5:00 pm. Thursday.

*03/16 Russian cultural booth and performance at UH Manoa International Night. Campus Center Ballroom. 5:00 – 9:00 pm. Friday.

03/21 Day of Russian Theater: meeting Tatiana and Alexander Weinstein, SkorokhodTheater, St. Petersburg



04/04 Russian Orthodox Easter celebration and Easter egg paintings

04/11 Yury’s Day. Playing “Jeopardy” about space exploration.

04/18 “Welfare and Work: Reintegrating ‘Invalids’ into Soviet Kyrgyzstan after the Great Patriotic War.” Misha Corsi, Hist MA/Russ Certificate holder gives a talk on his current research.

04/25 Kapustnik:showcasing semester achievements

05/02 Chekhov’s play at Russian Club


Spring 2018 RUSSIAN outside UH:

01/27-28 The Road Movie. Honolulu Museum of Art.

04/06 Loveless. Film by Andrei Zviagintsev. Kahala theatre. Russian with English subtitles. Time TBD

4/17 Film Screening China in Flames(Китай в огне, 1925, 38 minutes). Directors are Nikolai Khodataev and Zenon Komissarenko.Animated Double Feature – 1920s USSR/China, 1940s Japan/Pacific. UH Manoa, Sakamaki A201 5:30 PM

Hawaii Symphony Orchestra
01/07 Eastern Light.Stravinsky – Song of the Nightingale, Borodin – Polovtsian Dances from Prince Igor)
02/18 Lang Lang!Mussorgsky (arr. Ravel) — Pictures at an Exhibition
03/17, 18 Russian Dances.  Tchaikovsky – Swan Lake Suite, Glazunov — Violin Concerto in A minor, op.82, Stravinsky – Petrushka
06/09, 10 Tchaikovsky Spectacular with Olga Kern

Hawaii Opera Theatre
04/11 Tchaikovsky’s Eugene OneginFREE Opera Preview, HMoA Doris Duke Theater at 1:00 PM
4/20 Tchaikovsky’s Eugene Onegin, Neal Blaisdell Concert Hall 7:30PM
4/22 Tchaikovsky’s Eugene Onegin, Neal Blaisdell Concert Hall 4:00PM
4/24  Tchaikovsky’s Eugene Onegin, Neal Blaisdell Concert Hall 7:30PM



Fall 2017 events


08/23 Learn more about the Russian program and meet Russian professors and students.

08/30 Language games



09/06 Russian presence on UH campus. Quest

09/13 Where are you from? Russian cities and urban culture.

09/20 Exploring Russia in Asia Collection at UH Hamilton Library

09/27 Russian folk culture: crafts



10/4  Taste of Russia: picnic

10/11 Russian folk culture: music

10/18 Russian Avant-Garde: creating RUSSIAN@UH propaganda

10/25 100 Hundred Years of Russian Revolution



11/1  Russian folk arts and craft

11/15 Film screening week

11/22 Calligraphy contest

11/29 Kapustnik: showcasing semester achievements.



12/6 Language games. Postcards writing for the New Year celebration