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GITIS holds summer school in Kyrgyzstan KXan 36 Daily News

Date: April 19, 2024 Time: 03:31:04

Passing through a small hall of one of the sanatoriums located on the shore of the lake, curious tourists look through the door. Meanwhile, something strange happens behind her. The young people in the hall hold each other’s arms and legs, then intertwine into a living ball, and then return to their original position.

This is how unusual the lesson of scenic plasticity is. It is headed by a well-known master, the Honored Art Worker of Russia and head of the GITIS department, Aidar Zakirov.

– This is the second time I come to Kyrgyzstan and I must say that this is just a great place for training actors, because the environment itself is conducive to this, – Aidar Zakirov shared with the RG correspondent. – I cannot fail to note the determination of the guys: they catch everything on the fly. Scenic plasticity is a specific and complex subject, but they are trying and doing it very well. Last year we taught classes with performance artists and teachers from his art institute, but this year we worked only with students.

There is another group of young people nearby. Children listen attentively to the eminent teacher, Honored Artist of Russia, Dean of the Faculty of Musical Theater of GITIS Timofey Sopolev. He himself hails from Kyrgyzstan, being born and raised in Frunze (now Bishkek). He studied at school N 27 and lived in an area near Panfilov Park. At one point, he decided to choose an acting career for himself.

– First, I entered the Shchepkin Theater School, the famous “Chipping”, – said Timofey Ivanovich. – Now it is the Shchepkin Higher Theater School (Institute) at the Maly State Academic Theater of Russia. He entered the acting department and at GITIS graduated from directing. He came to Kyrgyzstan for summer school for the second time. True, last year I did not have the opportunity to visit Issyk-Kul, urgent matters forced me to return to Moscow, but today I am very glad to study on the coast of the “pearl of the mountain” with my young compatriots, students of the Kyrgyz State University of Culture and Arts named after Beishenalieva.

By the way

In Kyrgyzstan, the GITIS summer school is held for the second time. Last year, the rector of the university, Grigory Zaslavsky, attended the classes.

GITIS summer schools in Kyrgyzstan are held with the participation of the Ministry of Culture of Russia, the Ministry of Culture, Information, Sports and Youth Policy of the Kyrgyz Republic, the Rossotrudnichestvo representative office in Kyrgyzstan, the Fund for the Support and Development of Theater Education, the Gorchakov Public Diplomacy Support Fund, Gazprombank and the Ivan Polyakov Humanitarian Project.

A comment

Grigory Zaslavsky, Rector of the Russian Institute of Theater Arts – GITIS:

– The GITIS school is one of the most important projects that, on the one hand, allows us to promote the traditions of Russian classical theater education abroad, and, on the other hand, to maintain the status of the university as a methodological center in the field. of theater education, which we are today. And not only in the CIS space. But, of course, it’s also wonderful to meet up, make friends and make new professional connections. Where we do a school for the first time, the desire to do the next one inevitably arises. GITIS schools have already become regular schools in Kazakhstan, and now in Kyrgyzstan, on Lake Issyk-Kul, this is becoming a tradition.

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