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Participants 2017.

 

Dance Academy and International Society “Desde el Alma“, San Luis, Argentina

 

Dance Academy and International Society “Desde el Alma“(“From the Soul“) was founded on 11 April 2011. The founder and current director is the professor of dance and folklore sciences, Funes Veronica Beatriz, accompanied by a leader, the professor of folk dances, Nelson Emanuel Gomez. Today the institution has more than 70 students in different categories: children’s, youth, senior and older. WebArgentinaSociety “Desde el Alma“ consists of 16 professional dancers in the senior category (between 18 and 35 years) who continuously represent the Institution inside and outside the province and the country. There are also two technicians, one for sound, and another for image and audio-visual effects, as well as successful musicians chosen by the Society for each project. During these 6 years they have participated in numerous festivals, national and international, of non-competitive and competitive character, and received awards and recognitions at each presentation. The aim of the Society is to expand, strengthen, promote and represent the culture of Argentina, especially the region of Cuyana and the province of San Luis, which is very rich and varied in musical rhythms, dances, customs, food, instruments, etc. It is described as "unique in the world" because it originated from old, indigenous cultures as well as European influences and turned into an authentic and characteristic mixture. The Association "From the Soul" presents all the regions of Argentina through music and folk dances, of different styles, traditional and stylized, through the sounds of chacarera, cueca, zamba, malambo, tonada, tango and milonga that are most represented in the program of the Society.

 

 

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The Sevcik-Moravian Folklore Ensemble, Ostrava, Czech Republic

 

ŠEVČÍK - Moravian Folklore Ensemble represents traditional regional cultural source. The ensemble was founded in 1950. Today’s repertoire is created mostly by historical songs, dances and folk customs from part of Czech Republic - southern Walachia. WebCeskaThe ensemble cooperates with the dulcimer band ÚSMĚV. The dulcimer band works with music from various regions of Czech Republic for example Walachia, Lachia and Silesia, but also Slovakian, Hungarian, Romanian and Gypsy’s traditional folklore. Moravian Folklore Ensemble has taken part in many domestic and foreign actions and festivals during their very long existence. It took part in Czech famous folklore festivals for example in Rožnov, Stražnice and Liptál, as well as festivals in countries like in Hungary, Bulgaria, Great Britain, Russia, Austria, Slovakia, Poland, Denmark, France, Portugal, Belgium, Italy, Japan, Canada and Taiwan too.Their activity is not focused only on improving performance of their members but also to attempt to extend beauty of folkloric art and folkloric traditions to their audience.

 

 

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Sweetsource Dance Team, CHINA

 

The Sweetsource Dance Team is a group that was established by the Social Center, Qingcun Town, Fengxian District and is composed of skilled dancing talents from all societies of Fengxian District. Since its inception, the Group has been actively involved in cultural activities. WebKinaWith its “Unique national characteristics”, team members are often invited as guest performers by event organizers at all levels in Shanghai. One of the group's masterpieces is called the LianXiang Dance or Lotus Dance, a skill that has been recognized as Intangible Cultural Heritage of Shanghai. The LianXiang Dance, nicknamed as a "folk dance treasure", is one of the folk cultural arts that combine dance and sports. The group’s LianXiang repertory - "The National Beauty and Heavenly Fragrance", "Lotus and Love", “A Sound by Lotus" and some others won awards in many major events during which they performed the essences of the dance form to the extreme. In addition, the group is also very good at other types of local dances. Of which, the Yangge Dance, which was selected into China’s "the First Batch of National Intangible Cultural Heritages", is the product of the team’s efforts of adaptation and innovation that adds the new form of queuing and new dancing elements on top of its original characteristics, which adds new charm to the Art.

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Ballet Folclorico de Casanare, Colombia

 

The Ballet folclorico de Casanare is a nonprofit organization that contributes a lot to cultural heritage perseverance. Their highest goal is to highlight the immaterial richness of the cowboy land of Colombia. It was founded in 2008. WebKolumbijaFrom then on it has participated in many international festivals in Europe (Italy, France, Slovenia, Hungary) and in China (Beijing, Luoyang and Yuncheng). This organization promotes one of the most important festivals in Colombia, called "El Yopo". It also took part in a folklore congress Dance and Music.Their dancers are students of the academy which is the most traditional School of Arts in the country. It constantly studies traditions and arts of the east side of Colombia. The Ballet folclorico de Casanare as an extension program of the Colombian folklore, the principal dances from the cowboy land of Colombia (east side) with the traditional “Joropo”, which is the main dance of the region representing hard work with the horses, cows and agriculture of the region. It also presents the Caribbean coast of Colombia with the traditional “Cumbia” and “Mapale”, the central region of the country with “Bambuco”, “Pasillo” and the traditional indigenous commemorative dance - Ethnographic dance.

 

 

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Cultural and Educational Organization “Gíbaro de Puerto Rico”, San Juan, Puerto Rico

 

“Gíbaro de Puerto Rico” is a nonprofit cultural and educational organization, created in September 1973, by the great Puerto Rican choreographer and dancer María Teresa Miranda, and dr Francisco López Cruz. It has been endorsed by the Institute of Puerto Rican Culture, the Department of Education and the Puerto Rico Tourism Company. 

WebPortorikoGíbaro has been performing professionally and carrying out its mission continually in an educational and artistic form, by means of different strategies such as: artistic shows, stage plays, interactive workshops, illustrated conferences, classes and educational chats. The company has one of the major repertories with indigenous representations of typical and daily life activities. To acquire the necessary knowledge of the cultural heritage and to be able to present it in a native form, preserving the authenticity of our folklore, the company conducts studies, literary and historic research and works directly with communities. The purpose of Gíbaro de Puerto Rico is to promote, maintain and protect Puerto Rican folklore through live performances of folkloric dance, traditional music and artistic staging of indigenous representations of daily life activities.Each of the presentations of “Gíbaro de Puerto Rico” is more than a successful show; it is a celebration and reaffirmation of Puerto Rican culture. The association has become one of the biggest exponents of the musical tradition and has received important awards that recognize the constant excellence of its work.

 

 

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Grupo Folclórico de Viana do Castelo, Portugal

 

Grupo Folclórico de Viana do Castelo was born in 1976, in the heart of the city that is known as Portugal's folklore capital. They started out as a small group of students and teachers from the old Technical School, fighting to preserve the unique folklore heritage of their region, threatened by a fast changing world in the 70's. 

WebPortugalThey have soon gained a leading role, thanks to the diversity of costumes that they use onthe performances, which bring together, on the same stage, traditions from different regions of Viana's district. The diverse repertoire is the reflection of the geography - from the beautiful Valley of Lima River that reaches the Atlantic, to the small mountain villages of Serra d'Arga. It brings together a variety of dances and songs collected and preserved over 40 years that send us on a journey in time, to the ancient traditions of Viana. Grupo Folclórico de Viana do Castelo is considered one of the most genuine representatives of Viana's folklore, because of the diversity of its costumes and dances. But their patrimony is much more than just costumes and instruments. Most importantly, it is the memory of the people and traditions that Grupo Folcórico de Viana do Castelo is proud to represent in every stage they perform.

 

 

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Folkloric Ensemble “Timisul”, Timisoara, Romania   

 

Founded in 1968, the folk ensemble “Timisul” has been developing continuously, enjoying great success and appreciation, both on national and international levels. Prize winner at all the national competitions, and present at the most important festivals, the folkloric ensemble “Timisul” has always been considered to be one of the best artistic groups of its kind in Romania. WebRumunijaThe 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 participation of the group at the Carnival of Nice in France and the Carnival of Capua and Venice in Italy should also be mentioned. 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).

 

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Folklore Ensemble “Đido”, Bogatić, Serbia

 

Folk Ensemble “Đido” performs as a part of the Cultural Educational Center Bogatić, a cultural institution founded by the municipality of Bogatić. It continues the tradition of the Cultural and Art Society “JankoVeselinović” founded in 1950, and since 1995 it has worked under the name “Đido”, according to the tittle of Janko's homonymous piece of work with songs and dances. 

WebDjidoEstablishing its program on both traditional and highly stylized forms of folk art, “Đido” strives to keep the dances, songs, costumes and custom from oblivion, paying special attention to the stage presentation of the program. The ensemble consists of a singing group, six children ensembles, a preparatory ensemble, a veteran ensemble and a folk orchestra. The program of the ensemble is based on the choreographies of the eminent choreographers and artists, such as: Dobrivoje Putnik, Dragomir Vuković, Branko Marković, Bora Talevski, and others.The artistic director of the ensemble is Miloš Simić, and the head of the folk orchestra is Zoran Puzić.

 

 

 

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The Cultural Art Society “Sevojno“, Užice, Serbia

 

The Cultural Art Society of „Copper Mill plc and Aluminuim Mill Impol Seval plc“ was founded in 1954. Since then many generations have fallen in love with beauty, dance, songs and friendship. For years, the Society was gathering many members working in different sections, but folkloric section in time distinguished itself with its work and success and grew up in today's ensemble of national dances and songs. 

WebSevojnoFor decades, the Cultural Art Society “Sevojno” has been among leading in Serbia. Many different visits in festivals all around the world, notable awards and recognitions are confirmation of work quality with generations of young lovers of national dance and song. During the past years, taking part in greatest festivals around the world and in the country and winning the biggest awards and the most remarkable recognitions, the ensemble imposed with its performing abilities, repertoire quality, as well with its originality and costume beauty. Trying to preserve national dance, songs and custom as faithfully as it is possible, the ensemble nurtures first of all the tradition of its region, but at the same time dances, songs and custom of the entire Serbia and wider. The mission of the Cultural Art Society “Sevojno” is to collect and process our national dancing, singing and musical creativity. It means top artistic end professional dealing with all the components which all together make the totality in folklore and which, all taken apart, make a special species of art. Exactly all these creativities are artistically equally represented in program preparation and performance of the Cultural Art Society “Sevojno”.

 

 

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The Urban Cultural Society of work of Art “Laza Nančić- Vršački vinogradi“, 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. 

WebLazaThe 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.

 

 

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Cultural artistic association "Grozd", Vrsac, Serbia

 

Cultural-artistic association “Grozd” was founded in 1988. WebGrozdIt has nearly 200 members, divided into two children’s, one youth and one performing ensemble, as well as an orchestra. They have taken part in numerous international festivals in the country and abroad and won many awards. Choreographer: Jelena Štetić. Musical arrangement: prof. Nataša Milosavljević

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