In period May 15-17, ethnic minorities give the meeting to Bucharest people Herastrau Park - Charles de Gaulle entrance. The first edition of the Etnorama festival aims to celebrate the cultural diversity, offering the representative ethnic groups in Bucharest the opportunity to present their traditions, customs and crafts in a program full of concerts, creative workshops or plays.
"The own cultures of the ethnic groups, the diversity of their customs and their rituals contribute to the enrichment of the culture of a nation, and Etnorama aims to bring to the fore the charm of the representative ethnic groups in Bucharest, through an extremely bidding program, which we hope to capture as much an audience as possible. ", said Claudia Popa - Creation Director
Herastrau Park will vibrate on the rhythms of Balkan, Russian or German music, and dance and music ensembles of minorities will delight the public every evening. On Saturday and Sunday, the organizers prepared workshops in Bucharest of traditional crafts, children's plays, exhibitions of folk costumes and traditional instruments. The culinary art is absent from the Etnorama program, a series of traditional dishes can be enjoyed during the first edition of the event.
Among the artists who will warm the atmosphere to Etnorama count Zdob and Zdub, Mihai Margineanu, Mahala Rai Banda - a band of Roma musicians who have performed more than 800 concerts in over 30 countries, the Greek ensemble Ellas, the German ensemble Korona, the ensemble of the Aromanian minority Pilisterlu or the artistic ensemble of the Russian-Lipovan community in Sarichioi.
Ovidiu Lipan Tandarica with Fanfara 10 Prajinisi Stelu Enachevor brings an explosion of rhythm and imagination to the Etnorama scene.
The entry is free.
The event is organized by the City Hall of Bucharest, through the Center for Creation, Art and Tradition - creation and the Association for Urban Culture and Environment, in collaboration with the Administration of Lakes Parks and Recreation (ALPAB) Bucharest.
The program of the event can be consulted on the Facebook page of the Association for Urban Culture and Environment (NOW), on the Facebook page created - //www.facebook.com/creartpmb and on the website www.creart.ro.
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