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Alla Demidova "Akhmatova's Mirrors"
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March 4, 2007
Kiev. Concert "Poets Of XX Century".
February 4, 2007
Moscow. Concert "Poets Of XX Century".
January 18, 2007
S.-Petersburg. A poetic night "Akhmatova. Poems. The Requiem".
March 15, 2005
Candidates for The Nika 2004 Award were announced on March 15, 2005. These are "The Natives" by Dmitry Meshiev, "Driver for Vera" by Pavel Chouhrai and "The Tuner" by Kira Mouratova. Alla Demidova starring in "The Tuner" is nominated for the best lead. Her competitors are Polina Ogoureyeva in "The Long Farewell" and Alyena Babenko in "Driver for Vera".
The Award winners will be announced at the final ceremony at the Russian Army Theatre on April 15, 2005.
January 27, 2005
A memorial ceremony marking the 60-th anniversary of Liberation of Aushwitz Consentration Camp was held at Slovensky National Theatre in Krakov, Poland.
Leaders of Poland, Israel, Russia and Ukraine made speaches before the
audience during the official part of the Memorial Day. International team of
actors read absracts from notes of the camp's prisoners. Russia was
represented by Alla Demidova, Sergey Yursky, Alexander Domogarov, Julia Rutberg, Gosha
Kutsenko and others.
December 10, 2004
Polina Agureeva in "A Long Farewell" and Alla Demidova in "The Tuner" share a victory in the nomination of The Best Female Role in "The Golden Taurus", National Award of film critics and the press.
December 2, 2004
Alla Demidova and the Piously-Nikolsky Chorus of Tretiakov Gallery perform "The Poem Without A Hero" at the Big Hall of the Tchaikovsky State Conservatory in Moscow.
November 28, 2004
Alla Demidova presents Poets Of XX Century, a poetic night, at the Big Hall of the Shostakovich Academic Philharmonic Society in St.-Petersburg.
May 29, 2004
"Akhmatova's Mirrors", a new book by A.Demidova, is presented for the first time at the Theatrical Center on Strastnoy Boulevard in Moscow.