The reader of Moscow Leire Zabala Tellería is working hard to release the Basque culture

Euskara. Kultura. Mundura.

2016-05-17

Since the reader of University of Moscow Leire Zabala Tellería went to Moscow in September of 2015, she has been organizing several activities with the aim to spread the Basque language and Basque culture.

Recently she atended the Sputnik Radio of Moscow, invited by the journalist and ex student from MGU Viktor Ternovsky to participate in an interview and also to record some songs: two Basque songs, parcially traduced into Russian, and other two Russian songs traduced into Basque; these were created to celebrate the International Day of Euskera.

On the other hand, Zabala has organized a conference in the university, in Russian, to talk about the Basque language in Spain and France, its history and the situation nowadays. She has offered the same conference again some time later, under the "Lomonosovskie chteniya" working days organized by the university.

 

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Since the reader of University of Moscow Leire Zabala Tellería went to Moscow in September of 2015, she has been organizing several activities with the aim to spread the Basque language and Basque culture.

Recently she atended the Sputnik Radio of Moscow, invited by the journalist and ex student from MGU Viktor Ternovsky to participate in an interview and also to record some songs: two Basque songs, parcially traduced into Russian, and other two Russian songs traduced into Basque; these were created to celebrate the International Day of Euskera.

On the other hand, Zabala has organized a conference in the university, in Russian, to talk about the Basque language in Spain and France, its history and the situation nowadays. She has offered the same conference again some time later, under the "Lomonosovskie chteniya" working days organized by the university.

At present she is organizing a Basque poems reading at the university, that will be devoted to the Hatsa Association of Senpere. This activity was actually proposed by the director of this association, Auxtin Zamora.

To listen the whole interview, click in this link.

 

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