A night of Uzbek culture, which presented cultural heritage, art and tourism potential of Uzbekistan, was presented at New Otani Hotel in Tokyo, Japan, on 21 July 2011.
The Eighth international musical festival Sharq Taronalari (Oriental Melodies) will be held in Samarkand on 25-30 August 2011.
A laureate of Yangi avlod (New generation) Children`s Art Festival, Diyora Usmanova, participated in the 9th International Children`s Music Contest “Vitebsk 2011” held on July 12-14 as part of the 20th International Festival of Arts “Slavyanskiy Bazar in Vitebsk” in Belarus.
Culture Days of Uzbekistan was held in the People's Republic of China on 5-12 July 2011, state run UzA reported.
On 6 July 2011, official opening ceremony of “Culture Days of Uzbekistan” has been held at National concert-orchestra hall in Beijing, which was followed by gala concert of the Uzbek arists.
Representatives of Uzbek cinema industry win prizes at the 20th International cinema forum “Zolotoy Vityaz” (Golden Knight), which was held in Kursk, Russia.
The Culture Days of Uzbekistan will be held in China from 6 to 11 July with participation of artists, musicians and dancers of Uzbekistan.
Fund Forum held a presentation of Tashkent International Festival of Contemporary Cinema, which will be held in Tashkent on 19-25 October, within the 33rd Moscow International Cinema Festival at business platform Moscow Business Square at Radisson SAS Slavyanskaya on 27-29 June 2011.
Jean-Philippe Brutmann and group of musicians presented beauty, energy and melody of flamenco to Uzbek audience at the Youth Creative Center in Tashkent on 30 June 2011. Admirers of Spanish music did not want to let him go and they applauded him for a long time.