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Tribute to Vysotsky

Evgeny Malinovskiy  - Tribute to Vladimir Vysotsky 

Evgeny Malinovskiy

Date: Monday, December 4, 2017
Time: 7:00pm-9:00pm
Where: New Russia Cultural Center
            1550 Broadway Rensselaer NY 
Admission: $15, $10 (Friends Circle)

Tickets online: 

The seating assignment of spectators. Tickets bought online will assign the holders the first rows.  The holders of General Admission tickets bought at the door will be assigned for seating on a first-come, first-served basis (the first rows are not guaranteed.)

The Siberian Bard: A magical evening of the songs of Vysotsky! Performed by Evgeny Malinovskiy (guitar and vocal) - actor in movies and theater, musician, charismatic singer, founder of the International Festival of Poetry and Songs of Vladimir Vysonsky.

Timeless lyrics of Vysontsky sound again, revealing the truth of life, human character, fate, desires and feelings.  The songs chosen by Evgeny to performance present his own view of the world and tell about the most important, according to him, values in life.

Evgeny was born in Siberia. There he began his music career and has been included in Encyclopedia of the Omsk Rock Scene 1965-2993" issued in 2003. From 1992 Evgeny lives in Poland. He graduated from Acting Department of College of Communication and Social Media in Warsaw. Also, he studied at Acting Department in Northeastern Illinois  University in Chicago.  During his stay in the US he had a debut as a screenwriter and director of the show "On the Planet of Vladimir Vysotsky". The show was made to honor the death anniversary of Vladimir Vysotsky. 

The latest productions in Poland were movies: "History of Roy" by Jerzy Zalewski, "Kingdom" by Andrezej Baranski, "Battle of Warsaw 1929" by Jerzy Hoffman, "Polish Sibiriada" by Janusz Zaorski, and "Chernobyl, four days in April" by Janusz Dymek.

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