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Participants 2023.

Srbija

 

TRADITIONAL DANCE AND SONG ENSEMBLE SMEDEREVO, SERBIA

The Traditional Dance and Song Ensemble from Smederevo, Serbia, has continued the tradition of the METKOS Culture and Arts Society founded back in 1946 by the steel workers of Smederevo. Today, after almost 80 years of tradition, it works as a division of the Cultural Centre of Smederevo, and it features folklore, music, and song subdivisions. It has over 300 members, and it has won numerous awards and recognitions in Serbia and abroad.

 

Srbija

 

ELEKTROPORCELAN CULTURAL AND ARTISTIC SOCIETY, SERBIA

Roughly 80 kilometers south from Belgrade, the town of Aranđelovac, surrounded by the mountains of Bukulja, Venčac, and the historic hill of Orašac, located at the foaming hot mineral springs of the Bukovička Spa, is a town of great cultural features, numerous hotels, sports resorts, indoor and outdoor swimming pools, the lakes of Bukulja, spa sanitarium, and the famous park. This is the hometown of the "Elektroporcelan" cultural and artistic society. Ever since it was founded in 1956, the ensemble has been the main pillar, leader, and presenter of the Serbian national tradition of our Šumadija region, and one of the biggest ensembles in the country. Its rich repertoire consists of over 20 choreographies, numerous solo singers, vocal groups, musicians who play traditional instruments, songs played by the orchestra, enchanting audiences all over our country and the world. All the choreographies performed by our ensemble feature unique and original national attire. With roughly 400 members, the folklore ensemble has six children's ensembles, youth ensemble, veteran ensemble, national dance and song school, and vocal groups.

 

Srbija

 

THE TOWN SOCIETY OF CULTURE AND ART “LAZA NANČIĆ“, SERBIA

The town society of culture and art "Laza Nančić" was founded in 1919 and throughout its long history it has changed its name several times, but always with the same goal, to preserve an extremely rich folk tradition.
Since its founding, more than 10,000 members of all ages were participated in its activities. Today, the society has about 200 members distributed in three sections dancing, singing and orchestra. It was placed among the ten best ensembles in Serbia and has won numerous awards and recognitions.
The artistic director of the society is Vladimir Bošković
President of the association Pavle Vlahović

 

Panama

 

ACADEMIA DE PROYECCIONES FOLKLÓRICAS JOSE CORELLA, PANAMA

The Jose Corella Folkloric Academy was founded on March 16, 1987 with only 15 students, currently it has 36 years of carrying Panamanian folklore nationally and internationally. He has represented Panama in more than 20 countries and in 2021 he was a participant of the Folkloriada in UFA - Russia. Currently has 135 students from the ages of 5 and up.

 

Poljska

 

FOLKGROUP “ROZTOCZE”, POLAND

The folk group „Roztocze” was founded in 1980. It is affiliated to the Cultural Centre in Tomaszow Lubelski. Stanislawa Kowalska is the artistic director and choreographer of the group and Malgorzata Klos is the director of its two music bands. There are 200 people in the ensemble, working in seven age groups. The repertoire of „Roztocze” is made up of melodies and dances of various regions and Polish national dances. They have been admired both in Poland and abroad, among others in Bulgaria, Serbia, Turkey, Jugoslavia, France, Holland, Greece, Italy, Lithuania, Ukraine, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Germany, South Korea and Mexico. The group has repeatedly succeded in domestic contests and festivals. Being acknowledged by the Polish section of the international folklore organization CIOFF, the dancers and musicians of „Roztocze” have been presenting Polish culture in festivals abroad. The group is particularly interested in promoting folk tradition of its region as a unique part of European culture.

 

Bugarska

 

CULTURE HOUSE “HRISTO BOTEV -1892 / DIMUM FOLKLORE DANCE GROUP, BULGARIA

Dimum folklore ensemble performs dances related to the customs and traditions of the population from northern Bulgaria along the Danube River, as well as from other ethnographic regions of Bulgaria. It was created more than 40 years ago. It features about 30 dancers of different ages.
Dimum folklore ensemble has already become a kind of business card of Belene Municipality and Bulgaria. Regardless of its status as an amateur group, with its participation and presentation it received the audience's assessment of exceptional professionalism in Bulgaria and a number of international cultural forums and festivals: As a result of these performances and the established contacts, Belene is a hospitable host of concerts at the International Folklore Festival - Veliko Turnovo under the auspices of the CIOFF of folklore ensembles of Italy, Serbia, Greece, Bashkortostan, Turkey, Romania, Armenia, and Russia.

 

Gruzuja

 

TSU FLYING GEORGIANS, GEORGIA

The ensemble “UNIVERSITY 2” was founded by David Kikvadze in 1996. One hour program of the ensemble “UNIVERSITY 2” is one continuous story of the adventure of the Georgian spirit, the change, which took place in its existence. The ensemble “UNIVERSITY 2” has appeared in many festivals of different countries: Mexico, USA, Brazil, Argentine, Spain, Ukraine, France, Russia, Belarus, China, Turkey, Italy, Portugal, Romania, Bulgaria, Hungary, Poland. Georgian dancers are divided into solo, pair and group. Each dancer has to subordinate to the requirements of a common plan and its expression in the dance. At the same time the performers do not lose their individuality, since several dances demand competition between partners in strength, agility, elevation and bold movements. The role of female dancers is an interesting one. It has a grace and charm of its own, comparable with classical ballet, where every emotion and feeling has its own traditional movement. They are tender and calm; they do small steps and give the impression of slipping. The male dancers can also boast a highly original technique for, unlike any other dancers in the world; they dance on their toes and without the aid of “block” shoes. Unbelievable exhibition of virile energy-spectacular leaps and turns, incredible spins-performed with a speed and precision the like of which can hardly be imagined. They are the only men in the world who dance on their toes.

 

Rumunija

 

FOLKLORE ENSEMBLE “TIMISUL”, 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.

 

Češka

 

THE JAGAR ENSEMBLE, THE CZECH REPUBLIC

Today's Jagar z Havirov Folklore Ensemble was founded in 2007 as a cymbal orchestra. Most members have been part of the children's Vonička z Havirov folklore group. Despite the strong regional ties to the Laško and Tešin Šleska, the orchestra has decided to perform songs that the members enjoy and feel fulfilled by. For that reason, their repertoire has included songs from a wide area and most regions in Moravia, Slovakia, as well as Hungary and Romania. In 2016, The Jagar Cymbal Orchestra recorded a self-titled album featuring martial music, love songs, and popular songs, performed by an all-male ensemble. During the same time period, a collaboration with singers and dancers was established, which led to the founding of the Jagar Folklore Ensemble in early 2017. The focus for the creation of the first evening-long program was the area surrounding the Beskydy mountains, and especially West Slovakia. However, as was the case with the orchestra, the creation of the dance program was defined not by the regional borders, but the effort to entertain the audience as well as the performers. Jagar is the annual organizer of the international folklore festival, "Folklore (Non)Test", and the summit of musicians and folklore enthusiasts, titled "Folklore (Non)Dance", and participant of numerous festivals and other occasions.
The Jagar Folklore Ensenada was proclaimed the cultural property of the city of Havirov for 2021.

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