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Participants 2022.

Serbia

 

FA "BRANKO RADIČEVIĆ", SREMSKA MITROVICA, SERBIA

The multi-award winning Folklore Ensemble "Branko Radičević" was founded in 1965 in Sremska Mitrovica. Since its founding, it has been preserving the traditions of the Serbian people through songs, dance, customs and music. It works within the "Sirmiumart" Cultural Center, and it also includes a tambourine and folk orchestra, as well as a male and female singing group. The ensemble's program includes songs and dances from all over Serbia.
The ensemble currently works in five formations: three children's, the first ensemble and the veterans' ensemble - a total of about 250 members. There are about 400 folk costumes in the costume fund, many of which are original.
Artistic director of the ensemble: Dragan Djordjevic
Artistic director of the national orchestra: Prof. Eddie Time

Branko Radicevic

 

 

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

 

 

 

Indonesia

 

DANCE STUDIO “BIDADARI“, SERBIA/INDONESIA

Dance Studio Bidadari was founded by Ivana Ašković in 2004 in cooperation with the Ambasy of the Republic of Indonesia in Belgrade. This group has presented the Serbian public the beauty and complexity of Indonesian dance and music culture for the first time, and offers the young dancers a possibility to continuously learn traditional and modern dance styles from different parts of this distant country, including the islands of Bali, Java, Sumatra, Kalimantan and Sulawesi. Many of the members of this dance group have stayed in Indonesia themselves, and so have many Indonesian Government scholars, studying the local culture, especially the music, dance and the language. Bidadari Dance Studio has successfully performed in the country and abroad for 18 years. The group maintains a repertoire of about 40 traditional and modern dances, and this number is continously growing.
The word Bidadari comes from the Bali and Hindu Mythology and refers to Heaven nymphs, Indira's (God of Heaven) maids, who seduce mortals and gods with their dance.

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

 

 

Macedonia

 

CULTURAL AND ART SOCIETY "OCTOBER 8th", NORTHERN MACEDONIA

The "October 8th" folklore troupe from Kriva Palanka, Northern Macedonia, was founded in 1974 and works under the patronage of the National Institution, Cultural Center of Kriva Palanka. The troupe has roughly 150 active members, mostly young people who manifest their creative affinities and abilities in the national dance, musical, and vocal sections.
The concert repertoire is rich and attractive, with 10 choreographies which combined is 110 long, and characterized by the elegance of an originally enriched folklore, emphasized dynamics, dashing temperament, and melo-rhythmic beauty. The troupe's national attires are gorgeous and vibrant, and the inventive choreographies sometimes raise to spectacular dimensions. The troupe has participated in a number of international festivals.

Severna Makedonija

 

 

Serbia

 

CULTURAL AND ART SOCIETY “DIŠA ĐURĐEVIĆ", VREOCI, LAZAREVAC, SERBIA

CAS "Diša Đurđevic" was founded in Vreoci in 1957. Although with short breaks, owing to the enthusiasm and perseverance of former players and locals, who helped the work of the society, it has managed to survive to this day. CAS "Diša Đurđevic" deals with the preservation of folk tradition and artistic heritage of the Serbian people. It has about 180 members, of different ages, distributed in several ensembles. The society's repertoire includes songs and dances from all over Serbia. The costumes they wear were acquired through the voluntary work and enthusiasm of the locals of Vreoci and members of the society.

KUD Disa Djurdjevic Vreoci Lazarevac

 

 

Romania

 

ACAA "MLADOST", TIMISOARA, ROMANIA

The Academic Cultural and Artistic Association "Mladost" was founded in 1969 and operates within the Association of Serbs in Romania. The goal of the society is to present the authentic values of Serbian customs and traditions with songs and dance. It has more than 150 members: dancers, instrumental and vocal soloists. The society's repertoire consists of 15 choreographies that include the most important folklore areas of Serbia and Romanian Banat. It is a fascinating variety of songs and dances, complemented by an impressive collection of handmade folk costumes.The Academic Cultural and Artistic Association "Mladost" shows the richness, diversity and beauty of Serbian folklore on the stage, bringing authentic choreographies inspired by customs and traditions. Numerous festivals, national and international competitions, and won awards testify to their value.
The artistic directors of the society are Senadin and Sretko Krstić, and the orchestra is under the baton of the conductor Nada Petrov, the first violin of the Romanian National Opera in Timisoara.

 

 

Peru

 

DANCE STUDIO “PERÚ RITMOS Y COSTUMBRES“, PERU

The dance studio "Rhythms and Customs of Peru" was founded on April 10, 2005 by Walter Sanchez and Gisele Ramirez in Barcelona with the aim of spreading and promoting Peruvian folklore. Peru is a country of interesting mix of cultures, traditions and different languages, rich history, beautiful landscapes and great gastronomy. In addition to presenting the country itself, the dance studio "Rhythms and Customs of Peru" presents traditional dances and songs of this country. With strong rhythms and movements, their dances represent a country full of life and show the audience the usual situations in the indigenous age, such as courtship and the ceremonies that accompany it. They are proud to spread the wealth inherited from their ancestors and present themselves with the program "This is my country, this is my Peru!" (Esta es mi Tierra, asi es mi Peru!)

Peru S

 

 

Mexico

 

FOLKLORE GROUP “ALIANZA”, SALTILO, MEXICO

The Mexican Folklore Group "Alianza" is an independent non-profit group, which started working on October 2, 1999. So far, they have had 26 international tours in 50 countries in Africa, Asia, Europe and America. Every year, they invite young people who want to develop their artistic skills in dance and music, to join the team that represents their country every summer. They perform dances and rituals about love and cosmology from the pre-Hispanic period to the 19th century from 9 different regions of Mexico.

Mexico

 

 

Romania

 

FOLKLORE ENSEMBLE “TIMISUL”, TIMISOARA, ROMANIA

The folklore ensemble "Timisul" was founded in 1968. It is constantly evolving, enjoying great successes and recognitions, both nationally and internationally.
It has always been recognized as one of the best art troupes in Romania. The ensemble has an extremely large repertoire that includes songs and more than 20 dances and various customs from Romania.

 

 

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DANCE GROUP “ARANIRA", ITALY

The members of the dance group "Aranira", musicians and dancers, are friends connected by love and passion towards tradition. They take the audience to a music trip from Rome to Sicily involving it into discovering gestures, rituals and sounds connected to Mediterranean tradition, with the aim of entertaining, but at the same time preserving the rich cultural heritage of Italy.

 

 

 

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