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IRBA Notice: Russian Students – Spring School in Dublin Institute of Technology – 18th to 28th March 2015

March 6, 2015 Comments off

Dear IRBA Friends,

Dublin Institute of Technology, College of Business, is hosting  the ‘Spring School’ of students from St Petersburg  State University of Economics and Finance (Finec) form 18th to 28th March 2015.

Dr. Constantin Gurdgiev and Dr. Jim Hanly will address the students at an informal event   on Tuesday 24th March in Dublin Institute of Technology. It will give the students an opportunity to gain insight into Irish – Russian economic and business issues.

Date: Tuesday 24th March 2015
Venue: Room 5050 of Dublin Institute od Technology, Augnier Street, Dublin 2
Time: 2pm – 3.30pm

The event is part of a longer visit of some fourteen students from St. Petersburg. “Finec” is a major provider of undergraduate and postgraduate education to some 13,000 students in a wide range of disciplines. Read more…

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Festival of Russian Culture 2015, 14th – 22nd of February, Programme of events

February 8, 2015 Comments off

by Vera Smyth, Chair of the Festival of Russian Culture

The Ireland Russia Business Association is pleased to announce the programme of the Festival of Russian Culture 2015.

  • 13-15 Feb: “The Tale of Tsar Saltan” by Moscow Puppet Theatre (performed in Russian) http://www.z-zy.com/в-ирландии/сказка-о-царе-салтане-в-ирландии/, Russian Schools and Clubs
  • 14 Feb, 13.30-14.30: Official Opening and concert of Russian classical music “Titans of St. Petersburg” with Deirdre and Fionnuala Moynihan, Hugh Lane Gallery
  • 15 Feb, 12.00-13.00: Lecture on Russian Art, Hugh Lane Gallery
  • 16 Feb, 11.00-12.00: Russia: flicking through the history book with Vera Smyth, Ballyfermot Library
  • 16 Feb, 18.30-19.30: Talk on Maxim Gorky with Svetlana Maximova, Rathmines Library
  • 17 Feb, 10.00-12.30: Talk on Russian Studies and Quiz for Transition Year students “How well do you know Russia” by TCD students, Ilac Library
  • 17 Feb, 20.00: Great Symphonies Close Up, Sergey Prokofiev’s Symphony No. 1, National Concert Hall, tickets at www.nch.ie
  • 18 Feb, 13.00-14.00: Workshop on 175th anniversary of Tchaikovsky, Ilac Library
  • 18 Feb, 13.00-14.00: Lecture “Art in Transition: Painting in Early 20th Century Russia” with Wanda Smolin, National Gallery of Ireland
  • 18 Feb, All day: Open Day at Department of Russian and Slavonic Studies, TCD, Trinity College
  • 18 Feb, 16.30-18.00: Free Russian-speaking tour of Trinity College, Room 5051, Arts Building, TCD
  • 18 Feb, 19.00-21.00: Gala concert, Atrium, Trinity College
  • 19 Feb, 08.00-09.30: Business breakfast with Ireland Russia Business Association, IRBA
  • 19 Feb, 20.00: Ray Chen plays Russian composers, National Concert Hall, tickets at www.nch.ie
  • 20 Feb, 19.00-20.00: Russian poetry talk and readings, Venue to be confirmed
  • 21 Feb, 13.30-14.30: Concert of Russian classical music with Owen Lorigan, Helene Hutchinson, David Scott, Eoin Hynes and Siobhan Kilkelly, Hugh Lane Gallery
  • 21 Feb, 15.00-16.00: Life and works of Alexander Pushkin with Svetlana Maximova, Pearse Street Library
  • 21 Feb, 15.30-16.45: Russian/English Conversation Exchange, Ilac Centre Library
  • 22 Feb, 12.00-17.0: Family Day with entertainment for children and families, Red Cow Moran Hotel
  • 22 Feb, 12.00-13.00: Film on Russian Art, Hugh Lane Gallery

Festival of Russian Culture 2015, Dublin

January 26, 2015 Comments off

by Vera Smyth, Chair of the Festival of Russian Culture

Festival of Russian Culture will celebrate its 6th year and will be held from Saturday the 14th till Sunday the 22nd of February.

The Festival has been a great success, notably the extensive range of cultural and entertainment activities attracting significant interest from both Irish and Russian communities. The festival has huge success generating a substantial amount of national and local press and radio coverage. Last year it was featured on the RTE Nationwide.

The aim of the festival is to promote Russian culture and to provide an opportunity for people of Dublin and visitors to get a taste of Russian art and music, traditions and cuisine.

The week-long festival is made up of multiple free events and is designed to appeal to people of all ages, and to increase knowledge of Russian culture within Ireland. The festival guarantees a high degree of exposure for companies looking to make direct contact with desirable target audiences.  Read more…

Festival of Russian Culture 2014 Highlights

March 18, 2014 Comments off

by Roman Molochko

The Russian community in Ireland has celebrated its Annual Festival of Russian Culture, which was organised by the community and supported by the Dublin City Council and the Russian Embassy. This Festival is in its 5th year and attracts more and more visitors from around the country.

This is a week-long Festival which is traditionally celebrated in Russia as “Maslenitsa”, meaning Pancake week. Russian traditional music and dance, traditional costumes, fun activities, food and more took place during this week.

The Family Day, which plays a significant part of Pancake week, took place in the Ballsbridge Hotel in Dublin on Sunday the 2nd of March. The RTE Nationwide reportage is available to view for a limited period here.

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Ryanair: from Ireland to Russia

December 2, 2013 Comments off

by The Irish Times

Ryanair has been granted permission to fly to destinations in Russia from March next year by the country’s aviation authority. The Federal Air Transport Agency, known as Rosaviatsia, will allow the airline to start regular flights on routes from Dublin to Moscow and St Petersburg. Read more…

Culture: Monica Loughman Ballet presents “Masterpieces of World Opera and Ballet” at the National Concert Hall, Dublin in September

July 25, 2012 Comments off

Unique new format combines opera and ballet performances, debuting Belfast’s own Melissa Hamilton, principal ballerina of the Royal Ballet and an excerpt from Monica Loughman’s new production in classical ballet, Children of Lir

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S7 Airlines chooses OpenJaw t-Retail Platform to power online retailing strategy

July 10, 2012 Comments off

27 April 2012 DUBLIN – One of Russia’s largest airlines and oneworld alliance member, S7 Airlines and OpenJaw Technologies, a leading online technology partner of the world’s biggest travel brands, have today announced a landmark implementation which sees S7 Airlines becoming OpenJaw’s first new client on the recently launched t-Retail Platform. It also marks the deployment of OpenJaw’s new Managed Service delivery model, a transaction based model which focuses on partnership to deliver travel retailing success. Read more…

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