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Participants 2019.

Serbia

 

FOLKLORE ENSEMBLE “BRANKO RADIČEVIĆ”-SREMSKA MITROVICA, SERBIA

 

The exceptional folklore ensemble named “Branko Radičević“ was founded in 1965 in the town of Sremska Mitrovica. Since its establishment until today, it deals with the preservation of Serbian people’s tradition through singing, dancing, costumes and music. The ensemble participated in many festivals both in Serbia and Greece, Germany, Italy, Bulgaria, Turkey, the Czech Republic, France, China, Poland, and many other countries where it has won significant awards. The ensemble is also known for its social recognitions, and among many stands out the November award of Sremska Mitrovica. The ensemble now works at the Center for Culture “Sirmiumart” and there are tambourine and folk orchestra as well as men’s and women’s groups of singers .The program of the ensemble consists of songs and dances from all over Serbia. The ensemble now works in five settings: three children, the first ensemble and the ensemble of veterans which includes 250 members. In clothing there are about 400 costumes and folk costumes, many of which are originals.
Art Manager of the Ensemble: Dragan Djodjevic
Art Managers of the National Orchestra: Vladimir Marusic, Edi Tajm

Branko Radicevic

 

 

 

Bulgaria

 

THE FOLKLORE ENSEMBLE “SIDER VOIVODA”, GORNA ORYAHOVITSA, BULGARIA

 

The Folklore ensemble “Sider Voivoda” was founded in 1953 in the town of Gorna Oryahovitsa.
It consists of an orchestra of folk instruments, a choir and a dance group. During its 50 years of existence the FE “Sider Voivoda” has performed over 3 000 concerts in the presence of more than 3 500 000 spectators. The ensemble has won gold medals at 15 National Folk Festivals and was awarded at 3 international Folk Festivals in Italy, Tunisia and Poland. It has visited over 20 countries in Europe, Asia and Africa.
The repertoire of the ensemble is based on original and arranged folklore works from the Mizia region. It also covers folk works from the other Bulgarian ethnographic areas: Trakia, Shopsko, Dobrudzha, Pirinsko, Rodopsko, and includes both little chamber plays and big mass stagings.

Bugarska

 

 

Serbia

 

THE URBAN SOCIETY OF CULTURE AND ART “LAZA NANČIĆ-“, VRŠAC, SERBIA

 

Almost the entire century, generations of members of the The Urban Cultural Society of work of Art “LazaNančić-VršačkiVinogradi”, through dance and song, nurture national creativity. The Society was founded in 1919 and has changed its name several times during a long history, but always with the same goal of preserving an extremely rich folk tradition. Since 2000, the society has been named “LazaNančić”, and since 2017, after the signing of the contract on business and technical cooperation with the company “Swisslion”, they have proudly added the name of the “VršačkiVinogradi” wine factory to theirs. In the future, this will mean a lot for the society,and enable it to evolve and make further progress. GKUD “LazaNančić - Vršačkivinogradi” has about 300 members divided into three sections: dancing, singing and orchestral. It is ranked among the ten best ensembles of Serbia and has won many awards and recognitions.

Laza

 

 

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FOLKLORE AND CULTURAL ASSOCIATION 
“KOSTILATA”, THEODORIANA, ARTA, GREEECE

 

The folk dance ensemble aims at the cultivation of tradition and especially dancing, which reflects emotions as well as particular aspects of life. In addition, it wants to follow development in dancing which is related to culture and the framework of society and economy and finally desires to revive it and link it to modern life. The ensemble’s dances and songs introduce the viewer to the different aspects of Greek people’s folk tradition and art embodying, national color, originality, temperament - the vivid soul. The folk costumes are authentic and true copies, from all parties of the Greek dominion, with delightful colors and embroideries and adhere to the ancient tradition while the musical instruments lyre, bag-pipe, cymbal, clarinet, lute, violin, cover melodiously the whole presenting the total form of the Greek folk tradition. The association was established in the year 1970. Its main goal is the maintenance of the traditions of the Tzoumerka mountains in the Epirus region (west Greece). The ensemble has gained a wide recognition through its consistent presence and has performed in Greece and abroad (Serbia, Slovakia, Bulgaria, Hungary, Turkey, Albania) and it is member of CIOFF.

Grcka

 

 

kolumbija

 

COMPANIA ARTISTICA “MANGLARES”, 
SANTIAGO DE CALI, COLUMBIA

 

The artistic company “Manglares” was born in the city of Santiago de Cali in order to spread and preserve Colombian dance traditions as well as to carry on the ideology of the importance of environmental care for future generations. Manglares has a work team consisting of dancers,actors, musicians and artists who, through artistic demonstrations and the dissemination of good socio-cultural habits, manage to entertain, educate and raise awareness. Their staging is a mixture of traditional folklore with contemporary dance, which develops a more modern format and retains the essence of it. The group promotes philosophy that tends to improve the quality of life; integrating art, ecology and values.

Kolumbija

 

 

Indonesia

 

KRIDA BUDAYA, UNIVERSITAS INDONESIA, 
JAKARTA, INDONESIA

 

LigaTariMahasiswa “Krida Budaya” is one of University of Indonesia’s student extracurricular activities, which focuses on preserving Indonesian traditional dances. LigaTariMahasiswa at University of Indonesia - “KridaBudaya” was established on February 17th 1983. Since 1988 we’ve done our cultural mission, and the first one was in the USA. Normally we go on the cultural mission once every 2 years. We also continuously triumph at national dance competition, usually known as Pekan Seni Mahasiswa Nasional, so naturally we are the representatives from Jakarta. Our mission is to continuously nurture Indonesia’s prosperous culture by making it recognizable internationally. Our traditional dances reflect Indonesia’s diversity of ethnicities and cultures. Indonesia has more than 700 ethnic groups, and each of them encloses their own dances and cultures. Its attraction does not stop to pleasure Indonesians as their proud national heritage, but it goes further to amuse the global community. “KridaBudaya Indonesia” presents a comprehensive overview of the traditions of Indonesia, from the Aceh region of Sumatra, through Java to Papua.

Indoneezija

 

 

Romania

 

FOLKLORE ENSEMBLE “TIMISUL”, 
TIMISOARA, ROMANIA

 

Founded in 1968, the folklore ensemble “Timisul” has developed continuously, enjoying great success and appreciation, both on national and international levels.
Being a prize winner at all the national competitions, and present at the most important festivals, the folklore ensemble “Timisul” has always been considered to be one of the best artistic groups of its kind in Romania. The activity of the ensemble has been appreciated not only by the specialists in this domain but by the audience, too, as a result of the various shows frequently organized and presented on the local and national TV channels. On the international level, “Timisul” has taken part in many important festivals in: England, Belgium, Bulgaria, Switzerland, France, Iraq, Germany, Luxembourg, Italy, Macedonia, Rep. of Moldavia, Poland, Holland, Serbia, Slovenia, Spain, Hungary, Turkey, Canada and U.S.A. The artistic tours in France, Germany, Switzerland, Canada and U.S.A have proved to be a great success.
The repertoire is very large. It includes songs, more than 20 suites of dances and different customs from Romania (Christmas carols) and carnival shows (with masks).

Rumunija

 

 

kanada

 

CULTURAL ART SOCIETY “STEFAN SINĐELIĆ”, KICHENER, CANADA

 

The Cultural Art Society “Stevan Sinđelić” was formed in 1979 in Kichener, Canada. It has been formed to nurture and preserve folk dances and songs from the motherland. The money gained from selling tickets and donations was used to help the maintenance of Holy Trinity Church estate, to which they belong and where the rehearsals are held. The society has 250 members divided into a couple of sections, from the youngest to the oldest members. The Cultural Art Society “Stefan Sinđelić”, in the past 40 years, had stagings throughout the USA and Canada. They performed in Milton, Hamilton, Toronto, Montreal, Ottawa, Washington, New York, Chicago, Detroit, Ohio and Florida. This is their first hosting in the motherland for the 40 years of their existence.
Their repertoire consists of over 20 choreographies.
President of the Society: Mery Čikić
Art Manager and Coreographer: Dejan Milisavljević Zvečanac

Stevan Sindjelic

 

 

 

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