English
Français
Deutsch
Español
Български
  Home Contact us Login Register 0 items 20 September 2018
Catalogue Workshop Download Shop Mobile News Pictures Calendar Forum
Balkan folklore dances course led by Jatila van der Veen
Balkan folklore dances course led by Jatila van der Veen

See 5 more pictures in album
Balkan folklore dances course
led by Jatila van der Veen -
Photo Gallery


read in: English Français Български
Balkan folklore dances course led by Jatila van der Veen
14 October 2006 - Los Angeles, CA, USA
Share   

Cafe Aman is a folk dance "event" that takes place on the second Saturday of each month, in the location of the folk dance house called "Cafe Danssa" on Pico Boulevard, in Los Angeles.

This time the event took place on Saturday, October 14, 2006, at "Cafe Aman" in Los Angeles, California. The dance courses were led by Jatila van der Veen.She taught Novoselska Shira and Pazardzhiska Kopanitsa, which she had learned from Todor Karapchanski in summer of 2005 at Balkanfolk workshop in Bulgaria. This is the third time she has been invited to teach at Cafe Aman. The other Balkanfolk dances she has already taught there are: Trite Pati, Trakiska Rucenitsa and Divotinska Rucenitsa that she had learned from Todor Karapchanski, and a Ruka that she had learned from Nikolay Tsvetkov at Balkanfolk in summer 2005.

The musicians for the night were the Bulgarian Wedding Band from the University of California at Los Angeles, led by Professor Timothy Rice (saxophone), the chairman of the ethnomusicology Department at UCLA.

Official web site of Cafe Aman



back
print
send to friend
Balkanfolk site

Comments
To post comments you should login first. 0 comments, 0 pages | « »
0 comments, 0 pages | « »


Add to Google    Add to My Yahoo!
Top Mp3
Dzhanguritsa
Chapraz
Gaida - Avasi
Pulevsko horo
A girl bragged ( Pohvali sa)
Svatbarska rachenitsa
Vlashko horo
Na poias
Opas
Kulsko horo


Advertisement

Folk Costumes


Advertisement


©1996-2018, All Rights Reserved, Balkanfolk Ltd.   Newsletter Links Terms of Use
Design and Development by Orange Ideas