An evening dedicated to Day of Slavic Writing and Culture. The event will be in the Russian language without translation.
In the program of the evening songs, romances and poems about life, love and nature. Tea in the pleasant atmosphere of 5 * hotel Almira. In the evening take part: the authors of their own songs and poets from Russia:
ELENA DARINA (Moscow) Poetess, singer and composer. Head of the author’s song club at the Moscow House of Romance.
NATALIA PANOVA (Moscow). Poetess, singer and composer. She wrote more than 100 songs, released six CDs and several collections of poems. He is a member of the Writers’ Union of Russia. Winner of numerous festivals.
The author is published under the literary pseudonym VONTER LAK. He was born in the town of Rzhev, Tver region. Lives in Yekaterinburg. Graduated from Ural State University. Gorky. He worked at the factory. Kalinin. Organized and headed the first in the Urals node access to the Internet. For the last twenty years, he worked in the telecommunications field. Member of the RMSP (St. Petersburg). Author of 6 books of poetry. Has publications in the journal “Nevsky Almanac”, “Golden Word”, etc., including in the collections of the project “LIBRARY OF MODERN POETRY”. He was awarded the medal “For Labor Valor” and various marks of distinction for labor and literary activity. Member of the Regional Public Foundation for the Promotion of Contemporary Poetry “SVETOCH”. On his poems written songs by composer Sergei Svetlov.
NATALIA ADLER (the city of Elan in the Volgograd Region). Poetess, a member of the Russian Union of Writers. Member of the International Union of Writers “New Contemporary.”
LARISA KUZMINSKAYA (Moscow)
Poetess, a member of the Writers ‘Union of Russia, a member of the Moscow Writers’ Organization. Verses and translations of Estonian poetry were published in different years in the newspapers Literaturnaya gazeta, Literaturnaya Rossiya, in the magazine Ogonyok, in collections and almanacs: Poetry Day, Poetry, Young Guards, Rabotnitsa and others, were translated into foreign languages – Polish and Swedish. Awarded the Order of V. Mayakovsky, I. Bunin Medal for his contribution to Russian poetry.