Herald New: Russian Cossacks – State Dance and Singing Ensemble in Hungary

Russian Cossacks – State Dance and Singing Ensemble  in Hungary

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For nearly three decades, the Russian Cossacks – State Dance and Singing Ensemble has been enchanting worldwide audiences, combining traditional Cossack dances with national songs, all with live orchestral accompaniment. During their spring tour in 2019, they will perform in Hungary for the first time, with their impressive productions, the pearls of the Cossack heritage in five Hungarian cities. Hungarian Tour Stations:  April, 7. in Győr,  April, 8. in Budapest, April, 9. in Nyíregyháza, April, 10. in Vác, April, 11. in Gyöngyös.

The Russian Cossacks – the State Dance and Singing Ensemble – have been watching spectators around the world for nearly three decades. Their programs combine traditional Cossack dances with national songs and live orchestral accompaniments. For the first time in their spring tour in 2019, they will perform in Hungary.

The company was founded by the Russian choreographer Leonid Milovanov in Lipetsk in 1990. The main group of 60 people is the ensemble of 35 people, performed by the choir and the 10-member band.

Their repertoire includes more than 20 dances, 50 songs and 10 musical compositions that cover the full story of the Cossack’s way of life. In picturesque pictures, colorful clothes, cheerful songs and wonderful dance steps, Russia’s Cossack traditions are brought to life from the Don River and the Black Sea, up to Siberia and the Far East.

Tickets @ www.broadway.hu

Update Aggie Reiter

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