Exchange visit to St. Petersburg and Moscow of the group of fourteen graduate students of the Boston University School of Music for the Sixth Annual Festival Days of Boston University in Russia.  Participants included: two singers from the Opera Institute, six instrumentalists, and six composers (students of Professors Lukas Foss and Theodore Antoniou.)  The events included:  a) four concerts in St. Petersburg during the week of the city’s tercentennial celebration (May 27 at the Theater Museum named after Samoilovs, 28th at the Sheremetev Palace , 29th at the Russian Museum of Ethnography, and a collaborative concert with the singers of the Mariinsky Theater Academy of Young Singers on May 30th at the Kshesinsky Palace);  b) two concerts in Moscow (June 4th at the Russian Cultural Foundation and the collaborative concert with the Moscow Conservatory “Studio New Music” ensemble, “The Music of the Concentration Camps”, on June 7th  at the Moscow Conservatory Rachmaninov Hall);  three composers forums (June 2nd at the Moscow Composers’ Union, June 5th at the Moscow Conservatory, and June 8th at the St. Petersburg Conservatory.)