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  • 14 March 2018/Announce

    Elena Monakhova peronal open lecture: «Count K.V.Nesselrode as a superior for A.S.Pushkin and A.S.Griboedov. The practice of historical research»

    On Wednesday, March 24, at 12.00 in the Green Hall of Russian Institute for the History of Arts will hold peronal open lecture by Elena Monakhova: «Count K.V.Nesselrode as a superior for A.S.Pushkin and A.S.Griboedov. The practice of historical research» (in the framework of the seminar "Issues and methods for the arts studying"). Count Karl Vasilievich Nesselrode (1780-1862) as a The Minister of Foreign Affairs, the State Chancellor of the Russian Empire has been the significant figure at the biography of the poets Alexander Pushkin, Alexander Griboedov, Feodor Tyutchev. Under his personal supervision, they...
  • 28 February 2018/Announce

    A.V.Chuvashov personal open lecture: «The paths and predestinations of Dmitry Bortniansky's secular music autographs»

    On Wednesday, February 28, at 14.00 in the Green Hall of Russian Institute for the History of Arts will hold A.V.Chuvashov personal open lecture: «The paths and predestinations of Dmitry Bortniansky's secular music autographs» (in the framework of the seminar "Issues and methods for the arts studying"). Performance of Alexei Chuvashov, the opera singer, teacher, researcher of secular music will be devoted to the present location of Dmitry Bortniansky's autographs. In 1827, the composer's scores were given by his widow to the Imperial Court Singing Chapel. Nowadays, most of the manuscripts are lost, and what...
  • 28 February 2018/Announce

    Seminar «Theater premieres of the season»

    The annual (25th) seminar "Theater premieres of the season", will be held on Wednesday, February 28, in the cabinet no. 39 (Department of Theater) at 12.00. It will dedicate to the discussion of new performances, presented on the St. Petersburg theaters stages in the first half of the 2017/18 season. The conversation it is planned to include with a theater experts and critics, including Department of Theater employees and the Russian State Institute of Performing Arts teaching stuff. The moderator is O.N.Maltseva
  • 26 February 2018/Announce

    Scientific conference "Folklorists field season, 2017"

    February 26-27 The Russian Institute for the History of Arts,  Department of folklore, St. Petersburg' Union of Composers, musical folklore section and A.M.Mekhnetsov Folklore and Ethnographic Center of the St. Petersburg N.A.Rimsky-Korsakov State Conservatory conduct the annual conference " Folklorists field season, 2017". The organizers of the conference aim to acquaint the participants with the state of the traditional culture of different peoples according to the latest expedition materials. We invite you to make presentations that include materials on folk culture (word, music, ritual actions, etc.)...
  • 12 February 2018/Seminars

    Seminar «Contemporary Opera: the development vectors»: «Semiramis»

    On Monday, February 12, at 14.00 the Russian Institute for the History of Arts cinema hall, was be held the next seminar from the series "Contemporary Opera: the development vectors". The event was be devoted to Gioacchino Rossini's opera "Semiramis", presented in 2017 at the Munich Opera Festival. The last Rossini's opera-seria, "Semiramis" considered the one of the most difficult one in the vocal point among the world opera repertoire. Its premiere took place in the Venetian theater "La Fenice", the principal role was sung by Isabella Colbran, the Rossini's wife. "Semiramis" has been shown in St. Petersburg in...
  • 11 December 2017/Conference

    Scientific conference "The School of Theater Cognition: History and Modernity", dedicated to the 130th anniversary of Alexei Gvozdev

    On Monday, December 11, at 12.00 in the Green Hall of Russian Institute for the History of Arts there was be held a scientific conference "School of Theater Cognition: History and Modernity" dedicated to the 130th anniversary of the Alexei Gvozdev, the founder of the Leningrad Theater School, the Principal Member of the Zubovsky Institute. The personality of Gvozdev, the author of large numbers of works on the history of Russian and foreign theater, a theatrical critic, was well known in Leningrad in the 1920s. Today, interest in the heritage of a major scientist, his ideas for reforming the ballet theater, his...
  • 6 December 2017/Conference

    Scientific conference "Folklore and ecology of traditional culture"

    On Wednesday, December 6, at 11.30, in the White Hall of Russian Institute for the History of Arts the Department of Folklore presented a conference "Folklore and Ecology of Traditional Culture" (within the Year of Ecology in Russia). The subject of the meeting is based on the concept of the ecology of culture, proposed by D.S.Likhachev. In a non-written culture, environmental aspects are of particular importance, primarily because the traditional person, its life and creativity are closely related to nature: landscape, climate, type of terrain. The conference was touch upon the issues of such interrelations. The...
  • 4 December 2017/Seminars

    Seminar "Color in the cinematography as a characteristic of reality and as a factor of the conventionality of motion picture"

    On Monday, November 4, the seminar "Color in Cinema as a Characteristic of Reality and as a Factor of Cinematography" was be held in the Green Hall of Russian Institute for the History of Arts. The seminar was be held within the framework of the cycle "Comparative Art History - XXI Century". The speaker: D.Mylnikov, the junior scientific researcher, Department of cinema and television, RIHA. In the report it was be told that today the field of studying the specifics of color on the cadre is the most problematic and barely studied aspect in cinematography. And this are concern not to the technological aspects of...
  • 4 December 2017/Seminars

    Seminar: "The subject-matter content in a cadre and its analysis in the context of the problematics of the narratology of the motion picture film"

    On Wednesday, November 29, at 15.30 in the Green Hall of Russian Institute for the History of Arts will hold a seminar "The subject-matter content in a cadre and its analysis in the context of the problematics of the narratology of the motion picture film" (within the framework of the cycle "Comparative Art History - XXI Century"). The main speaker: Larisa Berezovchuk, PhD, the head of the Department of cinema and television of the Russian Institute for the History of Arts. The main issues concern the communicative aspects of motion picture film-telling, which are extremely important in the perception of the...
  • 29 November 2017/Conference

    Conference "Painting and its place in culture. To the anniversary of the beginning of the Velasquez creative activity"

    On Wednesday, November 29, at 12.00 in the Green Hall of Russian Institute for the History of Arts was hold a conference "Painting and its place in culture. To the anniversary of the beginning of the Velasquez creative activity". During his lifetime Velazquez was the principal Spanish artist and one of the first artists of Europe. Then, for almost three centuries, he was forgotten. In the XXth century the glory of Velasquez once again reached an unprecedented scale. He was interesting to the great artists (Picasso), and the great philosophers (Foucault), but also the art historians of all scientific schools,...
  • 29 November 2017/Seminars

    Seminar «Russian buffoonery [Skomorokh]: Actual Problems of Study»

    On Wednesday, November 29, at 15.00, in the White Hall of Russian Institute for the History of Arts Folklore Department present a seminar "«Russian buffoonery [Skomorokh]: Actual Problems of Study» (cycle "Folklore, Anthropology, Ethnography"). The main speaker: Andrey Argov, PhD. The seminar is continued studies of buffoonery [skomorokhs] and directly related to its laughter culture, which has been actively carried out by folklorists of Russian Institute for the History of Arts and which are still ongoing. A significant place in the report is devoted to the analysis of key issues in the studies of buffoonery...
  • 24 November 2017/Без рубрики @en

    Exhibition to the 125th anniversary of Moisei Berekhovsky

    From the November 24, an exhibition of documents and materials of the Cabinet of Manuscripts timed to the 125th anniversary of the birth of the world-famous researcher of Jewish musical folklore Moisei Yakovlevich Berehovsky (1892-1961) will be organized in the lobby of the second floor in Russian Institute for the History of Arts. The exposition includes manuscripts of his scientific fundamental works, letters, documents on his collecting activities during the Great Patriotic War (copies), as well as the most important book editions of his works. The exhibition will last until the end of December. Since 1966,...
  • 22 November 2017/Seminars

    Round table "Byzantium in Intercultural Communications: Antiquity - XXI Century"

    On Wednesday, November 22, the Round Table "Byzantium in Intercultural Communications: Antiquity - XXI Century" (in the framework of the VIII International Scientific Conference «Saint Petersburg and Musical Cultures of the Nations» «Petersburg Oriental Studies: Eurasian Musical Traditions by the Great Silk Road» was held in Russian Institute for the History of Arts (under the auspices of the VI St. Petersburg International Cultural Forum). The head and organizer of the round table is Galina Viktorovna Skotnikova, doctor of cultural studies, Principal Scientific Researcher of the Department of Contemporary...
  • 22 November 2017/Seminars

    Round table "New literature on source study: publications, encyclopedias, dictionaries, etc."

    On Wednesday, November 22, the third round table "New literature on source study: publications, encyclopedias, dictionaries, etc." was held in Russian Institute for the History of Arts. The round table is annually organized and conducted by the staff of the Department of Source Research, Russian Institute for the History of Arts to get acquainted with the novelties of literature related to the problems of source study primarily in the field of theater and drama theater and the theater of music, opera and ballet, but sources of materials in other fields of art - music, literature, fine arts, scenography, etc....
  • 22 November 2017/Seminars

    Round table: "Musical traditions of the peoples of Eurasia from the contemporary composer's perspectives"

    On Wednesday, November 22, a round table was held in Russian Institute for the History of Arts: "Musical traditions of the peoples of Eurasia from the contemporary composer's perspectives" (cycle "Music of the XXI century. From a first person point of view"). The event was attended by composers as follows: Vadim Bibergan Marina Voinova Igor Vorobiev Igor Matsievsky Yevgeny Petrov Azamat Hasanshin Who are they, geniuses? How do they work? What is the universe from where do they draw inspiration and bring their creations to the world? What is the inspiration for the creator? We are trying to...