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Spectacles
Bulgaria
4 Feb 2009
Sofia, National Palace of Culture, Hall 1



Folklore Spectacle

Enjoy the vivid dances, songs, wonderful costumes and enthusiasm of the young guardians of folklore traditions!

More than 400 performers of folklore songs and dances will please the admirers of Bulgarian traditions with the spectacle entitled “Called Bulgarian”, which will be held in hall 1 of the National Palace of Culture on 4 February from 7:30 pm.
The venue will gather on one stage the students from the national folklore schools – the Filip Koutev National Dance Art School in the town of Kotel, National School of Folklore Arts in Shiroka laka, Panayot Pipkov National School of Arts in Pleven, Lyubomir Pipkov National School of Music in Sofia.



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Workshops
France
7 Feb 2009 - 13 Feb 2009
At the Chalet des Alpes Le Bessat (Loire) - France


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The gones‘ Balkans - Workshop on dances from Bulgaria, Macedonia and Serbia

Workshop for Bulgarian, Macedonian ans Serbian folk dances organized by "La Ronde folklorique" - Lyon, France.


Programme

Reception:
It opens on Saturday, 7th February at 2 p.m. There will be an introduction to the programme at 6 p.m followed by a welkome drink. The workshop closes on 13th February after lunch.

Danses classes:
From 8th February in the morning to 13th February at noon (except for a one day excursion). There will be 6 hours of dancing everyday from 8.30 to 12.00 in the morning and from 3.30 p.m. to 7.00 p.m. in the afternoon. Excursion: For one day we plan an excursion , exploring the surrounding area.

Evenings:
Every evening, our dance teachers and their musicians will offer us the possibility to dance. There will be a party animated by the trainees and also a carnival party (bring a disguise!!).

Accommodation
You will lodge at The Chalet des Alpes in bedrooms for four people with toilet and shower in every room. Bed linen and blankets will be furnished by the Chalet, but bring your towels with you.



Bulgarian folk dances

Boris DIMITROV, former dancer of the group Zornitsa from Sofia. He currently directs the association Balkanfolk, which amongst other activities, organizes dance workshops in Bulgaria. He will be accompanied by accordeon player, Danail Totev.

Macedonian folk dances

Sasko ANASTASOV, director of the group Vila Zora in Veles, a town situated south of Skopje. He will be accompanied by the clarino player Stojan STOJANOV.

Serbian folk dances

Vladimir TANASIJEVIC, from Belgrade, former dancer of the groups « Serojno Uzice », « Kolo », and « Branko Krsmanovic ». He has been the artistic director of the latter group for several years. He will be accompanied by the accordeon player, Aleksandar SMREKIC.

Organizers and Contacts «La Ronde folklorique»
- e-mail: rondefolkloriquelyon@free.fr
- Web site: www.larondefolklorique.com
For additional information call
The phone number of «La Ronde»: 00 33 6 75 95 94 40
Geneviève CIROVIC: 00 33 6 19 29 03 98



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