Going Out Guide: Friday, July 20

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July 19, 2012, 9:15 p.m. | None — by Kyiv Post

Instrumental Music Night is awaiting for you in the House of Organ Music.
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Classical music

Instrumental Music Night. Works of Bach, Schumann, Ravel, Tchaikovsky (violoncello, piano). House of Organ Music. 7:30 p.m. Hr 20-80 
Classics on Fridays. Te Deum Duo Playing Schubert, Debussy, Hubay (violin, piano). Master Klass. 8 p.m. Hr 40


Best Summer Shorts (shorts festival). Zhovten. 1:50 p.m., 8 p.m. Hr 24-40 Œ
You Instead. Zhovten.12:05 p.m., 3:10 p.m., 9:40 p.m. Hr 25-35 Œ

Live music

Kozak System. Docker Pub. 10 p.m. Hr 75 Œ
Mad Heads UkrainSKA & Crazy Train. Docker’s ABC. 10 p.m. Hr 75 
Angie Nears (rock covers). Art Club 44. 10 p.m. Hr 50 
Living On Venus (Poland). Divan. 8 p.m. Free


Out Of Space. Green Theatre. 11 p.m. Hr 50 
Intelligent Party. Home. 10 p.m. Hr 20 for females, Hr 50 for males. Free before midnight 
Venice Masked Ball. Crystall Hall. 10 p.m. Hr 100
Techno Dance (DJ Spartaque). Saxon. 10 p.m. Hr 20-25 for females, Hr 40-50 for males 


Rock Forum At Summer Sound (rock festival). Grybovka village at Odessa oblast. 12:01 p.m. Hr 70-965


ArteSfera Expo (modern art festival). Atmasfera 360. 10 a.m. Free 
Karaoke (Volodymyr Sai art exhibition). Mystetskyi Arsenal. 11 a.m. Fee to be announced 
Citius, Altius, Fortius! (art exhibition). Kyiv National Museum of Russian Art. 10 a.m. Hr 5-30 
The Crowd (Zhanna Kadyrova personal art exhibition). Pinchuk Art Center. Free 
Some Moments (Maryna Abramova). Kyiv National Museum of Russian Art. Hr 5-30 
Firecrosser (art-project). Modern Art Museum. 11 a.m. Hr 5-15 
Formula 1 Powerboat Racing. Vyshgorod. 10 a.m. – 8 p.m. Free
Posters Of The Near-Communist Times (exhibition). National Museum of Taras Shevchenko. Through August 6. Hr 12 

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