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Pictures from Balkanfolk 2008 Workshop
22 July 2008

Pictures from folk dances, music and singing seminar Balkanfolk 2008, Varshets - Bulgaria.

Bulgarian dances course – teacher Emil Genov Greek dances course – teacher Louloudi Aikaterini Serbian dances course – teacher Vladimir Mutavdžić The centre of Varshets – the fountain Evening party with the Balkanfolk orchestra – dances from the Balkan region Belly dances performed by Jatila Genadii Rashkov - tapan and Yiorgos Davliakos - gaida performance Excursion in Bercovitsa Klisura Monastery Ledenika cave - Yiorgos gaida performance Evening party Balkanfolk 2008 - Daychovo horo Accordion players - Predrag Ivanovic and Danail Totev Vitalii and Stefka are singing with Balkanfolk Orchestra Yiorgos Davliakos - kaval Emil Nikolov - gayda Municipal Children's Center -Varshets, Bulgaria Bulgarian folk dances lesson, teacher Emil Genov Mario Petrov from Varshets play Bulgarian folk music - accordion Mario Petrov - accordion and Danail Totev - accordion

Bulgarian dances course – teacher Emil Genov

Bulgarian dances course – teacher Emil Genov
22.07.2008, Борис Димитров
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