Russian Cultural Center Our Texas presents
Musical Evening dedicated to
Decades after his death, Fedor Chaliapin (1873 - 1938) is still considered Russia's greatest opera singer. As an actor he applied psychological techniques to operatic performance and created such memorable characters on stage as Mephistopheles, Ivan the Terrible, Boris Godunov, and Holofernes.
In the program of the evening: fragments of unique documentaries with live Chaliapin, excerpts of audio records 1900-1927 years, exhibit of singer’s portraits, display of books and photo albums about Chaliapin, presentation by Mark Zaltsberg.
Mark Zaltsberg is the professional lecturer and the passionate lover of opera music.