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The 22 heroes in this volume were all born in 1917 – Russia’s year of revolution. They lived through Civil War, Collectivization, World War II, the Cold War, and the collapse of the USSR. Indeed, their lives are a living reflection of the past Russian century, and their stories show us a side of history not available in any other resource.
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Ballets Russes Arts Initiative presents a unique concert presentation by Tchaikovsky Prize-winning cellist Yosif Feigelson, exploring the creative exchange between Mstislav Rostropovich and Soviet ...
Described as "a marvel" (The Guardian) and in possession of "monstrous technique and lustrous tone" (The New Yorker) pianist Daniil Trifonov performs Rachmaninoff's electrifying...
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