Belarusian traditional dance is a form of stage dance known for its originality. In the middle of the 19th century, traditional folk dancing began to merge with quadrilles and polkas from Western Europe. The Belarusian folk dances are divided into three groups: illustrative, playful, and ornamental. Belarusian choreographer Larisa Aleksyutovich further subdivides Belarusian dances into the following genres:.
Belarusian traditional dance
The State Folk Dance Ensemble named after Maestro Igor Moiseev (Ensemble) - earthquakeepicenterforum.com
Leader: Zakharova Juliana S. Phone: Schedule: Monday The head of the preparatory group: Bezprozvana Victoria V. Over the years of its existance about 3, amateurs- most university students and teachers - were learning here the art of dance. Artists of the ensemble received a large number of awards, diplomas and certificates. The team was a multiple winner of city and international festivals of amateur folk.
Thank you for your interest in the folklore of Russia and Krasnodar region. The richness of the culture and uniqueness of our country has always united our people in love and loyalty to Russia. The traditions of our people live in us from our childhood. The traditions, life and culture of the Cossacks keep the proudness in us for our people, their great life story, love for the homeland.
Igor Moiseyev state academic ensemble of popular dance was established in as a first professional folk dancing company in the world. Its founder is an outstanding Russian ballet-master and choreographer Igor Moiseyev. The nascent company included the very best dancers from amateur companies across the country, and a handful of professional ballet dancers from the Bolshoi School and other classical companies.