The evening’s discussion will be led by David F. Kelley. Dave is the founder of Project Harmony – a school exchange program for secondary school students between the United States and the former Soviet Republics. He has
spent a great deal to time in Russia, including Leningrad, and is a fount of information. Copies of the book will be available to borrow at the Greensboro Free Library, the Jeudevine Memorial
Library and the Craftsbury Public Library.
For more information contact the Greensboro Free Library by email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or by phone: (802) 533-2531.
An awarding winning novelist, Anderson has written a book which is a detailed and deeply human telling of the horrors endured by Russian citizens as the great city
of St. Petersburg was decimated first by national politics then foreign aggression. Dmitri Shostakovich found the strength to keep creating, eventually composing his great 7th Symphony of 1941.
This piece was a beacon of hope to his countrymen and eventually helped marshal aid from the West. Anderson will read from his book followed by a discussion.
For more information contact the Craftsbury Public Library by email (email@example.com) or by phone: (802) 586-9683.
Featuring music of Alexander Glazunov, Nikolai Roslavets, Vladimir Deshevov, Arthur Lourie, Leonid Polovinkin, Mieczyslaw Weinberg, Dmitri Shostakovich and selected readings from Russian literature. This will be held at the Highland Center for the Arts, 2875 Hardwick Street, Greensboro, Vermont 05841
For more information visit the Craftsbury Chamber Players website (www.craftsburychamberplayers.org) or call: 1-800-639-3443.
Phone: (802) 472-5948
Address: Jeudevine Memorial Library
93 North Main St.
P.O. Box 536
Hardwick, VT 05843