Imperial Russia – A Cultural Odyssey
From ancient bells and chant to the Romanticism of Tchaikovsky, a look at Russia’s distinctive sound. Thursdays at 8 p.m. Eastern (7 p.m. Central). Read more. 12 1 hours classes online. High School Credit: 0.5 in Fine Arts/Humanities
|Syllabus||Sep 5||Russia and the West|
|Sep 12||The Riuriks|
|Sep 19||Orthodox Music and Art|
|Oct 3||Time of Troubles and Romanovs|
|Oct 17||Peter the Great and Westernization|
|Oct 24||The Tsarinas! (Elizabeth, Anna, Catherine)|
|Oct 31||Napoleonic Russia and the Golden Age|
|Nov 21||The Russian Realists in Music and Art|
|Dec 5||Tchaikovsky and Russian Romanticism|
|Dec 12||Russian Avant Garde Arts and the Ballet Russe
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