Russian American Colony Singers Internet-magazine
Web-master and photos: 
Ted Soloview (907) 563-9999, Anchorage, Alaska


Russian and American songs featuring rivers.
*  Art exhibit presented by local Russian artists:
     - Vladimir Bolotov (paintings);
     - Yuliya Helgesen-Thompson
and her Children Art Studio
        "Rainbow" (oil, water colors);
     - Ted Soloview,
         inventor of 
Six Generations
         card game;
     - Vladimir Mamontov presents his
         private collection of ivory and whale
         & mammoth fossilized bone carvings.
* Taste of Russia cuisine.



Conducted by Pavel Sharomov,
Novosibirsk, Russia
Accompanied by
Janet Carr-Campbell
Guest performer:
Elena Zabarskaya, soprano,
Novosibirsk, Russia

Thursday, January 26th, 8:00 p.m.
at the First Presbyterian Church of Wasilla,
on Bogard Rd;

Saturday, January 28th, 7:30 p.m.
at the UAA (University of Anchorage,
Alaska) Recital Hall;

Sunday, January 29th, 4:00 p.m.
at the UAA (University of Anchorage,
Alaska) Recital Hall.

ADMISSION: $15 adults, $10 under 18 and over 65.
Tickets at "Keyboard Cashe" (Metro Mall, Benson Blvd.), and at the entrance

Vladimir Bolotov
Vladimir Bolotov and Yuliya Helgesen-Thompson at their
art exibition.
January 2006. .
RACS concert January 2006.
Conductor Pavel Sharomov.

Elena Zabarskaya, Soprano.
January 2006. RACS concert.

Vladimir Mamontov with his art exibition. Jan. 2006. Anchorage, Alaska.

RACS tenors Igor Sapelnik (left) and Tim Fosket.

Photos by
Ted Soloview.

RACS concert January 2006.

Alexander Miroshnichenko,
RACS Administrator.

Russian American Colony Singers (RACS).  P.O.Box 770787, Eagle River, Alaska 99577

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