A jazz ensemble from New York packed concert halls and held classes for students during a week-long tour through Urgench, Bukhara, and Tashkent.
Ten films featuring environmental topics such as the energy crisis in North America, Cuba’s green revolution in agriculture and the impact of the fishing industry on East Africa’s marine environment were screened during a five-day OSCE-organized environmental film festival that concluded in Ashgabat on 7 December.
A jazz ensemble that grew out of the all-night jam sessions in the New York jazz scene of the 1980s will bring their sound to Uzbekistan for concerts and master classes from 2 December to 7 December.
Popular Russian singer Grigoriy Leps will participate at the Fourth M&TVA award ceremony, which will take place in Tashkent’s Alisher Navoi State Academic Bolshoi Theatre on 22 December.
National Films Week “Celebrating Womanâ€¦” opened at the Uzbekistan Cinema House on 30 November, which is dedicated to the National Constitution Day of Uzbekistan.
The Forum of Culture and Arts of Uzbekistan Foundation, the Guild of Authors and Performers, and Markaz TV Channel announce the next M&TVA award ceremony.
Four countries are trying to register Navruz, the first day of the ancient celebration of the New Year, beginning on the first day of spring, as an international day at the United Nations, IRNA reported.
The photo exhibition “The New Women. The 20th Century” opened on 19 November in the Art Gallery of Uzbekistan. The event organized by the United Nations Development Programme in collaboration with the Art Gallery of Uzbekistan is devoted to the 30th anniversary of CEDAW - the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women.