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Cambridge Ukrainian Studies: 'Bringing Cultures Together'

Vsesvit Evening

The journal Vsesvit (Issue 7/8 2013) covers our annual literary evening in celebration of translation, which featured readings of Georgian and Armenian literatures in the original languages and in Ukrainian translation. The event also remembered the genius of Sergei Paradzhanov with a short film by artist Zinaida Likhacheva and with special performances by violin virtuoso Bohdana Pivnenko and heralded composer, pianist and conductor Myroslav Skoryk.

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