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program of Month of  Ukraine in Japan

 

October, 07 2006                                                                                 Tokyo

The official opening of Month of the Ukraine in Japan

Performance of National Academic Theater of Opera and Ballet named after Taras Shevchenko (Opera of "Turandot" D. Puchchini)

Bunkamura Ochado Hall (Shibuya, Tokyo)


 

September, 22 - December, 5 2006         more than 30 cities of Japan

Tours of National Academic Theater of Opera and Ballet named after Taras Shevchenko

During two with a half months the best raising of the theater "Aida" and "Turandot" will be shown to public of this country.

 

 

September, 27 - 28,  October, 1 - 8 2006                        Tokyo,  Nagoya

Tours of the Ukrainian folklore ensemble "Kozachenki"

 

Nagoya International Center


 

September, 23 2006                                                                    Yokohama

Open lesson of master-class of World Swimming Champion Yana Klochkova

 

YOKOHAMA INTERNATIONAL SWIMMING POOL


 

October, 01 2006                                                                           Tenri-city

Ukrainian day in Tenri

 

Tenri University


 

October, 12 2006                                                                                 Tokyo

Presentation of tourist opportunities of Ukraine (seminar for the tourist companies of Ukraine and Japan)

 

Embassy of Ukraine in Japan


 

October, 09, 10 & 20  2006                            Tokyo, Nagoya, Yokosuka

Concert of the Ukrainian bandura-player O. Stepanyuk

 

Kyoto City University of Arts, Nagoya Life House, Hotel Trinity Yokosuka


 

October, 28 - 29 2006                                                                          Kyoto

Celebrating of the 35 anniversary of restaurant "Kiev" in Kyoto. Presentation of Ukrainian dishes

 

Restaurant "Kiev" (Kyoto)


 

November, 16 - 18 2006                                                                      Tokyo

Exhibition of Amber

 

Embassy of Ukraine in Japan


 

November, 20 2006                                                                             Tokyo

Concert of Ukrainian violinist Andrey Belov

 

Tokyo Opera City


 

November, 30 - December, 1  2006                                                  Tokyo

Theatrical Week of Ukraine in Japan

Tennessee Williams play  'I Can't Imagine Tomorrow' and Betsuyaku Minoru play  'Hundred yens for service' (Toire wa kochira)  starring  actors of Kiev Theater Podil

Rikkoukai Hall (Shinagawa, Tokyo)


 

November, 25 2006                                                                  Hamura-city

Concert of the Ukrainian bandura-player N. Gudziy

 

Hamura City Shougai Gakushyuu Senter Yutorogi Hall


 

December, 4 - December, 16  2006                                                  Tokyo

Exhibition of Pictures of the Deserved Artist of Ukraine O.I.Ivahnenko

 

Tennoshuu Central Tower (Shinagawa, Tokyo)


December, 03 2006                                                                             Tokyo

The official closing of Month of the Ukrainian culture in Japan

Performance of National Academic Theater of Opera and Ballet named after Taras Shevchenko (Opera of "Aida")

Tokyo Bunka Kaikan


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