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Pushkin-Vysotsky: A Connection Transcending Time - April 12

Do not miss this unique chance to get an insight into mysterious Russian soul through the beautiful words of the country’s two most prominent poets: Pushkin and Vysotsky
And the best part: you even do not need to know Russian!

presents: Multi-language, multimedia original production:

Pushkin-Vysotsky: A Connection Transcending Time

This program reveals that real art transcends both time and language barriers.

Program Features

American lawyer, poet, playwright, and brilliant translator Julian Lovenfeld performing his original English translation of a dialogue between Don Guan and Donna Anna in “Little Tragedies” by Pushkin. The same episode will play on-screen as performed by Vladimir Vysotsky in the 1978 Soviet television film made of the same work.

Singer and guitarist Vadim Astrakhan will be performing original English translations of a few of Vysotsky songs.


$20 for adults. $15 for students with valid student IDs, 10% discount for groups of 5 and more.

When and Where

April 12th Starting at 6 pm.
First Unitarian Church
2125 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, PA 19103
Buy tickets now at: TicketLeap: BUY HERE
Only very limited amount of tickets will be available at the door.


Owners of Chicceteria Venezia,  will be happy to give a complimentary glass of wine and 10% discount from the bill for the ticket holders from April 7 - 14th


E-Z Park provides $2 discount from the regular price of $12 for the attendees at the parking lot on
14-24 S. 21st street. Customers must present their ticket stub to an attendant to receive the $2.

This production has been made possible through the support of Consulate General of Russian Federationin New York. Russian Mosaica Festival Programming is supported through the grant of Philadelphia Cultural Fund.

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