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Inner Mongolia, Kentucky Arts and Culture in UK Spotlight

The people, lands and livelihood of Inner Mongolia and Kentucky come together in celebration next week in "Living Landscapes," a weeklong festival of international arts and culture.

Instrumental Music from the Soviet Union and Beyond

This podcast is a recording from the Russian Music Festival, which took place on February 28th in Singletary Center for the Arts Recital Hall and was presented by the College of Arts & Sciences and the College of Fine Arts School of Music. The program follows. The Russian Music Festival was performed in conjunction with the current A&S intitative, "Reimagining Russia's Realms: Peoples, Arts, Cultures, and Homelands of Eurasia," which continues until the end of Spring 2013 semester. Special thanks to the College of Arts & Sciences Advisory Committee. 

 

PROGRAM

 

Sonata No. 3 in A minor, Op. 28           Серге́й Серге́евич Проко́фьев
                                                                Sergei Prokofiev (1891-1953)

Edward Lee, piano

 

From the Ballet "Romeo and Juliet"       Серге́й Серге́евич Проко́фьев                        

arr. Вадим Васильевич Борисовский        
Vadim Borisofsky  (1900-1972)  

Утренняя серенада  (Morning Serenade)
Сцена у балкона  (Balcony Scene)
Танец рыцарей  (Dance of the Knights)

Deborah Lander and Leigh Dixon, violas
Chialing Hsieh, piano

 

Idyll for Flute and Piano                         Yevhen Stankovych  (b. 1942)
Waltz for Flute and Piano                                Amit Poznansky (b.1972)

Julie Hobbs, piano
William Cooper, piano

From Violin Concerto                  Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky
           Canzonetta: Andante          Пётр Ильич Чайкобский (1840-1893)
 


Katyusha
Trad. Russian Folksong                        arr. Raleigh Dailey 

Bradley Kerns, trombone
Raleigh Dailey, piano

'I Sing Beijing' to Introduce KY to Mandarin as Lyric Language

The first-ever Western singers trained in modern Mandarin lyric diction will debut a special evening of music from the East and West on a Bluegrass stage courtesy of the University of Kentucky Confucius Institute.

Ceramics Patronage in Early Modern Japan: Comparisons of Three Case Studies

Date: 
Wednesday, April 17, 2013 - 4:00pm to 5:00pm
Location: 
Niles Gallery in the Lucille C. Little Fine Arts Library
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Ramblers and 'Crankies' Close Out Appalachian Concert Series

From old time Kentucky tunes to a band’s unique take on art, the next two concerts in the "Appalachia in the Bluegrass" series are sure to cater to a wide audience.

Unearthing Roman Secrets: an interview with George Crothers and Paolo Visona

Dripsinum is the name of a place that isn't on any modern map - but, according to recent research, should be on the maps of the ancient Roman Empire. Archaeologists George Crothers and Paolo Visona returned from Italy this summer with data that indicates the whereabouts of the lost Roman settlement, said to be half the size of Pompeii - and another, older site below that!

Though written about in antiquity by medieval scholars and even Pliny the Elder, the features of the ancient city have only recently come to light: with the assistance of magnetic and radar images taken by Crothers and his team. In this podcast, the features of the site are described by Visona and Crothers, as well as the historical and cultural significance of these discoveries. 

The trip was sponsored by a Research Support Grant from the Office of the Vice President for Research, and supported by the City of Arzignano, Italy. 

This podcast was produced by Cheyenne Hohman.

 

 

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