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October 10-11 Scheherezade, October 24 - Nikita Storojev

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Welcome to the Russian Speakers' Society of Austin!

The Society was created for Austinites and visitors of Austin who come from the former Soviet Union as well as for anybody who has interest in this area of the world.

Weather in Austin


October 10-11

Austin Symphony

Beyond the Score: Scheherezade

Information: http://www.austinsymphony.org/events/beyond-the-score-scheherazade/


October 11

Metropolitan Opera in Movie Theaters

Verdis Macbeth with Anna Netrebko


October 17, 7:30, Bates

Centennial Celebration

Information: http://www.music.utexas.edu/calendar/details.aspx?id=32349


October 18, 5:00, Bates

Centennial Tailgate

Information: http://www.music.utexas.edu/calendar/details.aspx?id=33636


October 18

Metropolitan Opera in Movie Theaters

Mozarts Le Nozze di FigaroNew Production


sOctober 24, 7:30, Bates

Nikita Storojev

All Russian program

Information: http://www.music.utexas.edu/calendar/details.aspx?id=33725


October 24, 26, 31,7:30, McCullough Theater

Butler Opera Center

Ariadne auf Naxos, Prologue & Das Lied von der Erde

Information: http://www.music.utexas.edu/calendar/details.aspx?id=29268


November 8, 13, 16

Austin Lyric Opera

Verdi's A Masked ball

Information: http://www.austinlyricopera.org/2014-15-season/


 

church

Holy Protection Russian Orthodox Church

Fr. Aidan may be contacted at hieromonachusaidanus@yahoo.com. Those who need a baptism, wedding, or funeral/memorial service should contact him by email as well as by phone, so as to ensure the fastest response.

Services are in English with some Russian, in the Russian traditions. For a detailed calendar of services, click here.

Holy Protection Russian Orthodox Church
(512) 696-6890
http://www.orthodoxaustin.org


 

 

 


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Varda

HELP NEEDED

ADVITA FUND USA

Advita Fund USA was founded in October 2007 (tax ID: 26-1300404).

Patients in Russia and the former Soviet Union face unique challenges:

  • lack of national bone marrow donor registry;
  • bureaucratic red tape that families have to struggle with to obtain governments treatment quotas;
  • lack of supporting medications that have to be purchased privately;
  • high cost of imported equipment and medications, and
  • inadequate federal financing of healthcare

As a result, thousands of children remain untreated, receive inadequate care, or run out of money long before the treatment is completed. While close to 80% of children with cancer are cured in the West, only 50% survive in Russian hospitals. We strive to close this gap.
Your donations are used to pay for bone marrow transplants, cancer drugs and supporting medications, and other necessary medical procedures.
The fund is staffed by volunteers only.
Thank you for your kindness!

Advita Fund USA is a volunteer-run organization - it means we pay no salaries to our staff and incur only minimal administrative expenses, so that most of the money we raise goes to patients we support.

You can make the donation at the ADVITA website or send the check for Diana or Ksenia to St. Prince Vladimir Russian Orthodox Church in Houston.

http://www.advitausa.org/

 

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