SHTETL LOVE SONG - Grigory Kanovich #lithuania

Saul Issroff

Book Launch and Concert:

29 November 2017 at 19.00pm
Venue: Central Synagogue, 36 Hallam Street, London W1W 6NW

Book Now: or 020 7794 4655: Tickets £10

Noir Press, along with Spiro Ark and Central Synagogue, London are
delighted to invite you to the launch of the English translation of
Grigory Kanovich's award winning novel SHTETL LOVE SONG. Join the son
of the writer, Sergey Kanovich, and musicians who will bring a flavour
of the Lithuanian Shtetl. Featuring Arjan Byron - Sophrano, Stefan
Byron - Piano and Yoav Oved - Tenor.

Special guest appearance - Lukas Geniusas, silver medallist 2010
Chopin Piano Competition and 2015 Tchaikovsky Competition.
Book Now: or 020 7794 4655: Tickets =C2=A310

Shtetl Love Song is Grigory Kanovich's moving autobiographical novel
about growing up in a small Lithuanian town (Jonava) before the Second
World War.

Grigory Kanovich is Lithuania's most prominent writer, winner of
Lithuanian National Prize for Culture and Arts. A play based on his
novels will be on at London's Barbican Theatre featuring an all-star
Russian cast.

Smile Upon Us, Lord at the Barbican theatre in 2018

Adapted >from two novels by Lithuanian-born writer Grigory Kanovich,
Smile Upon Us, Lord features an all-star
Russian cast, with the 40-plus ensemble ......

Book Now: or 020 7794 4655: Tickets £10
Noir Press:
Grigory Kanovich
Lukas Geniusas "Geniusas plays with a
prizewinner's brilliance, yet with a mature ability to
recreate a work's architecture''',

Saul Issroff

This is posted as a one off note about a book launch and associated
musical event. I have no commercial interest in this

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