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Mostly Nordic: Russian Kaleidoscope (Russia)

portraits of the 2020 performers
May 10
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Mostly Nordic: Russian Kaleidoscope (Russia)
May 10, 2020
4:00pm - 6:00pm
Event date

This year's "Nordic Neighbor" concert features the music of Russia.

Natalya Ageyeva, piano
Alistair MacRae, cello
Misha Myznikov, baritone

Russia's borders with Norway and Finland have been permeable and flexible from Viking times to modern times, and much of the Karealian region is shared between Finland and Russia. These factors lend themselves to a music just as permeable as their borders. Pacific Northwest Russian chamber music experts Natalya Ageyeva, Alistair MacRae, and Misha Myznikov will guide us into the exciting and luxuriant world of Russian chamber music and songs by beloved Romantic composers Sergei Rachmaninoff, Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky and more. Dobro pozhalovat'!

To view the rest of the season's lineup and purchase season tickets (the best value), visit our Mostly Nordic webpage at www.nordicmuseum.org/mostlynordic.

This season, we are pleased to offer a special price for all students. Please use the code MNSTUDENT at checkout to receive your discounted price, and bring your valid student ID with your ticket for entry.

Cost: $25 for Members; $30 general admission; $10 students

Mostly Nordic: Russian Kaleidoscope (Russia)

This year's "Nordic Neighbor" concert features the music of Russia.

Natalya Ageyeva, piano
Alistair MacRae, cello
Misha Myznikov, baritone

Russia's borders with Norway and Finland have been permeable and flexible from Viking times to modern times, and much of the Karealian region is shared between Finland and Russia. These factors lend themselves to a music just as permeable as their borders. Pacific Northwest Russian chamber music experts Natalya Ageyeva, Alistair MacRae, and Misha Myznikov will guide us into the exciting and luxuriant world of Russian chamber music and songs by beloved Romantic composers Sergei Rachmaninoff, Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky and more. Dobro pozhalovat'!

To view the rest of the season's lineup and purchase season tickets (the best value), visit our Mostly Nordic webpage at www.nordicmuseum.org/mostlynordic.

This season, we are pleased to offer a special price for all students. Please use the code MNSTUDENT at checkout to receive your discounted price, and bring your valid student ID with your ticket for entry.

Cost: $25 for Members; $30 general admission; $10 students

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