Vladimir Vysotsky was remembered in Paris, Munich and Frankfurt am Main.

The evening of Vladimir Vysotsky's memory was held on October 4 in the cozy hall of the Russian spiritual and cultural Orthodox center.

Paris left a special mark in Vysotsky's heart and, of course, it was reflected in his work.



The evening of memory in Paris gathered more than 250 guests. The evening passed in a chamber and sentimental atmosphere.



As part of the evening, a screening of the documentary "Vysotsky. Unknown page. Odessa notebook." The author, Director Anatoly Balchev and Film Producer Mark Ivasilevich told the guests about the history of the film and the process of working on a unique archival chronicle.

"The author of the film is the only composer to whom Vladimir Vysotsky entrusted his poems to write songs. That is why our Foundation supports this project with special sympathy not only in Russia, but also at all international festivals and forums," comments Alexey Antropov, the founder of the Antropov Foundation.


Leonid Kadyshev Advisor-envoy of the Embassy of the Russian Federation in France, Director of the Orthodox Cultural and Spiritual Center, Alexey Antropov and Anatoly Balchev

After the end of the film, Anatoly Balchev performed several compositions to the poems of Vladimir Vysotsky, with whom he had repeatedly come into contact creatively.

On October 8, the film was shown in Munich at the International Congress of Real Estate and Investment in the framework of the cultural program. And on October 13, the film was shown at the International Book Fair in Frankfurt am Main in the Russian pavilion.


Alexey Antropov, Leonid Kadyshev, Mark Ivasilevich