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Folk Tours
Greece
18 Aug 2009 - 1 Sep 2009
West Makedonia, Greece


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10th tour-seminar of greek dance

Ten years have passed since Kyriakos Moisidis first began his traditional Greek dance conferences. This 10th Anniversary year will consequently be even more special and celebratory than the previous years. Classes by local teachers and specialists in traditional dance, costume and song will be shared during the two sessions of the seminar. The structure of this year’s seminar will be in two parts offered either separately or together.

The first ten-day long session will take place August 18-27, 2009. We will travel to Western Macedonia, encompassing the towns of Edessa, Siatista and Veroia which will serve as the residential bases where the classes will be held. From these towns we will travel to 3 – 4 surrounding villages where we will be entertained nightly with musical celebrations and participatory dancing with the local inhabitants. A wonderful opportunity to delve into regional traditions as a living and daily entity. We will partake in the traditional cuisines that will be offered by the women of the villages and watch presentations of their traditional dress. We will sing their local songs and dance the dances found in their village alongside them. We will have a singular opportunity to discover the varieties of the cultural groups that inhabit the villages close to Aridaia, Giannitsa, Florina, Kozani, Siatista Grevena, Pieria Mountains, Roumlouki, as well as the Thracian and Pontian refugee villages found in the surrounding areas. Lastly, we will also visit the local museums and the archeological sites of Vergina and Pella.

The second four-day long session will take place August 28 – September 1, 2009. The remainder of the seminar will take us to the island of Ammouliani located off the coast of Mount Athos Peninsula. Here, we will review the previous session’s dances and songs, and continue drawing on the knowledge of those who will share their life and experiences with us. This part of the seminar gives us the unique opportunity for all of us to enjoy not only what was and will be learned, but to enjoy the beaches and scenery of the island.





Kyriakos Moisidis
Competitions
Romania
30 Aug 2009 - 26 Sep 2009
Bucharest, Romania


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19th George Enescu International Competition 2009

The 19th George Enescu International Competition 2009 is announced for, Piano, Violine and Composition.

It would be highly appreciated if you supported our activities to draw young musician’s attention to this Competition.

Please do not hesitate to ask for more brochures!

All detailed information are available via internet at www.festivalenescu.ro

The Competition is part of the George Enescu International Festival that takes place in Bucharest between the 30th of August and the 26th of September 2009.

Mihai Constantinescu
"George Enescu"
International Festival and Competition
Cal. Victoriei nr.155 bl. D1, sc. 8 et. 2
010073 Bucharest
Romania
mobile: + 40 21 317 8081


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Festivals
Greece
1 Sep 2009 - 5 Sep 2009
Hanioti , Greece


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International Children Folklore Festival in Hanioti - Greece

It is a great honour for us to invite you to our International Folk Festival in Hanioti Greece.

Hanioti is a small and very picturesque village in Halkidiki, situated on the peninsula's first prong, only a 60 minute drive from Greece's northern capital, Thessaloniki, visited by more then 200000 tourist every year. Upon arrival, every visitor will be captivated by this small picturesque paradise that has been designed to cater for the needs of even the most discerning traveler and guarantee a relaxing and memorable stay. The village features hotels with all the necessary facilities, numerous restaurants and traditional taverns that will satisfy every family, as well as modern bars and dance-clubs geared to providing evening entertainment to all age-groups. In the center of Hanioti you can see the Amphitheatre where the Festival is performed in presence of thousand visitors.


Please find attached the Festival conditions for September, 2009. Hope that you will find it interesting and give an opportunity to the international audience to enjoy in the spectacular performances, to meet your culture and traditional and modern dances of your country.
Please have in attention that only 6 applications will be accepted.

You can also visit our web site www.makfolk.com.mk for more details and information.

Biljana Bojadzievska
Marketing & PR Manager
NGO "MAKFOLK"
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+389 75 285 612 (spoken russian)
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