Between Thursday, January 25th and Saturday, January 27th, the American Center Moscow will host a three-day symposium which will examine the cultural impact and enduring legacy of Soviet singer-songwriter Vladimir Vysotsky and American singer-songwriter Bob Dylan.
Through lectures, panel discussions and concerts, VYSOTSKY+DYLAN will highlight the commonality of these two artists’ work and celebrate their enduring commitment to freedom and bold self-expression. The concerts will be performed by a company of twenty-two Russian and American musicians to showcase how these remarkable songs continue to inspire generations.
Presented by The American Center in Moscow, in coordination with the Forum for Cultural Engagement, Macalester College, East-West Connections, The Museum of Russian Art (TMORA), and the United States Embassy in Moscow.
About American Center In Moscow
The American Center in Moscow is a hub of cultural exchange and learning, fostering mutual understanding between Russia and the United States. The center offers events such as virtual lectures, workshops, film screenings, exhibitions, and cultural events. Events are centered around a wide range of topics, from art and literature to science and technology.
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