On May 24, students of South Ural State University are going to celebrate the Day of Slavic Writing and Culture. The celebration will feature international students, students of the Institute of Linguistics and International Communications, and students of the Institute of Social Sciences and Humanities.
Organisers have arranged an eventful programme. First-year students of the Faculty of History will perform with a theatre vignette about ancient wedding rite. First-year students of the Institute of Linguistics and International Communications will present a play- and music performance entitled “A Voyage to the Past”, play on balalaika and accordion, and dance in a khorovod.
Second-year Bachelor’s degree students of the Institute of Linguistics and International Communications from Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan together with Russian students will sing Russian folk couplets. Representatives of the SUSU Sociocultural Adaptation Centre will present the Valenki dance performed by international students.
Second-year students of the Faculty of History will sing a Russian folk song called Vishnya (Cherry) and a song about Belarus called “A White Stork is Flying”. Students from the city of Guangzhou of the People’s Republic of China, who have been studying at the Institute of Linguistics and International Communications within the year, will sing their favorite song called “Aleksandra”. Also, guests of the event will have a chance to hear the Podmoskovnye Vechera song performed by Chinese students from the city of Heihe. A student from Guangzhou will sing a song called “Dva Berega” (Two River Banks). Students will cite poems about the ancient Slavic language. Students from China will cite a poem about Russia.
Amidst the performances, a contest of the Russian language history experts will be held among participants of the event.
All the willing are invited to Sigma academic complex on May 24 at 13.30.