Every June in Petrozavodsk teams from all over Karelia meet to take part in the Republican Festival of folk game kyykka “Karelian towns”. Our students also played this game, they did not become champions, but maybe next time…Who knows? Kyykka is an old folk Karelian game that was very popular in Karelian and also Finnish […]
Art festival LASTOCHKA (what means a swallow bird) is a unique and young project based in Petrozavodsk. It is a nonprofit festival, exhibition, concert, poetry evening and performance – all in one. It’s a chance to dive into the independent creative world of Petrozavodsk presented by audio-visual and digital perfomances and more familiar traditional drawing […]
Reinvent Russian novel “Anna Karenina” Our students had a chance to see well known novel , written be Lev Tolstoy “Anna Karenina” in unfamiliar format. They visited Musical Theatre of Republic of Karelia in order to see how to dance this tragic story. Visiting a theatre in Russia it is always a kind of feast. […]
Do you want to meet the real Karelian Ded Moroz – Talvi Ukko, learn more about Sami people’s everyday life, and have fun with sled dogs or other northern animals? Visit Karelia with the “Enjoy Russian” language school!
Some people might presume that theater in Petrozavodsk is, to a certain extent, provincial. Students of the “Enjoy Russian” school went behind its curtains and were pleasantly surprised: it turned out, our Musical Theater has a lot to offer
Here is a story of how our students immersed into Russian folklore and made their own traditional Karelian dolls
If during your stay in Petrozavodsk you get tired of city life, do not hesitate and take a trip to one of the most magnificent natural monuments in Karelia – mountain park Ruskeala
If as a foreign student you wonder why the city’s name is Petrozavodsk, then the best place to satisfy your curiosity is The Gallery of Industrial History