Address: P. O. Box 770787, Eagle River, Alaska 99577, U.S.A.
Русский Хор на Аляске
Gold Diploma, International Festival-Contest "Choral Veche of Siberia"
Alaska WWII Remembrance Day
Svetlana Velitchko is an extraordinary teacher, brilliant pianist, excellent musician, and exceptional person." (Alexie Suitanov, Gold-Medalist, International Van Cliburn Competition.)
Christine Keene is the president of the NATS Alaska Chapter (National Association of Teachers of Singing) and an Adjunct Professor of Voice at the University of Alaska.
Leo Grinberg was born and raised in the Russian Far East. At an early age, he discovered a passion and talent for music and acting art.
Tomodachi Daiko, Inc. (TDI), "Friends of taiko drumming" was founded in the summer of 2000. Sachiko Kono and Miyuki Imai were encouraged to by Anchorage School District (ASD) World Language Coordinator Janice Gullickson to start a taiko program to enrich the Japanese Immersion Program and Anchorage community.
Imamsuat "People of the Sea" is a multi-generational group of Sugpiaq (Alutiiq) people from the Alaska and Lower Kenai Peninsulas, Kodiak and Afognak Islands. Members of the group are also from the Inupiaq culture of the Bering Sea.
The group was formed to preserve and promote Sugpiat culture through dance, song, and stage performances and to educate the world about our people, values, and traditions.
Member of Imamsuat also hope to preserve family stories, history, and songs.
Imamsuat has danced in locations from Boulogne sur Mer, France - at the Chateau Musee, Quyana Night - at the Alaska Federation of Native, Milan Italy - Spirit of the Planet Festival, to Honolulu Hawaii.
Friends in Dance is a group of dancers based in Fairbanks, Alaska, with various levels of experience who are brought together by desire to dance and perform.
Our group was formed in 2009 and our specialty is international dances. We choreograph our own dances, design costumes and perform at different venues and festivals around town.
The group leader is Natasha Kultchitsky. She is trained in classical ballet and international folk dances. She performed with professional dance group in Moscow, Russia, for several years.
The Pavva Inupiaq Dancers - "Away from the Sea" are a group of residents of Fairbanks, Alaska formed in 1999 to preserve the culture and traditions of the Ipupiaq peoples through song and dance. The group demonstrates this culture through performances of songs and dances to both Alaska Native and non-Native peoples. Inupiaq people from the Fairbanks community want to learn more about their ancestor's traditions and to continue the Inupiaq way of life by passing their traditions and values onto their children from generations to generations. The group leader, Asiqluq/Sean Topkok has created songs and dances for us to perform, and we have performed shared dances from Yup'ik and Inupiaq groups. The group or members of the group have also performed in California, Hawai'i, New Mexico, Oregon, Texas, Florida, Washington, Oklahoma, Utah, Maryland, and Washington DC, also in Calgary, Malaysia, and Iqaluit in Nunavut. We have been filmed by BBC for the program Blue Peter, and filmed by other film companies.