European Night – Bulgaria,Croatia, Macedonia, Ukraine and Turkey(Anatolia Folk – AF Entertainment)
European Heritage Festival and ПЧЕЛА – Bulgarian Culture and Education Society, Los Angeles
Croatian Cultural Center of Greater Los Angeles 510 W 7th St, San Pedro, California 90731
Join us for one night of music, songs and dances, Let’s celebrate the friendship between our communities in the second Annual Friendship Spring Night of European Cultural Aliance hosted at Croatian Cultural Center. Bulgarians , Croatians, Macedonians and Ukraininas will share the colors of their beautiful national costumes, the dancing steps and the music and songs of their land.
Doors will be open at 5:30 pm
Тhe Program will start 6:30pm
Chorus Zhena and Eve Pericich will perform medley of interantional folklore songs. Macedonski Biseri and Cane Cerovski will presnet dances of Macedonia Bulgarian Dancing groups wil present dancing choregraphy for Balkanfest 2017 and Verea Fest 2017 Ukrainian Cultural Center,Chervona Kalyna and Asia Gorskya will present dances of Ukraine.
Los Angeles UCLA Turkish Culture Night Music by Anatolia Folk.
You are all cordially invited to Turkish Culture Night this upcoming Sunday! There will be traditional dance and music performances, a Turkish-themed photo booth, as well as a Turkish coffee stand and LOTS of yummy Turkish food. We guarantee a good time! No RSVP necessary, the event is FREE to all and open to everyone!
Make sure to bring friends!!!
Date and Time: Sunday, April 9th, 2017 @6pm at Bruin Reception Room (Ackerman 2nd floor).
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Studio Showcase and dance party. Need some inspiration? We have prepared quite a show for you. Take this passionate journey around the world!
On Sunday, the Silk Road festival returns to Levitt Pavilion Los Angeles in MacArthur Park for the fifth consecutive year to showcase the vast cultural riches of three diaspora communities. Did you know that Los Angeles—one of the world’s great crossroads—is home to people from over 180 countries, speaking 140 different languages? This wealth of ethnic diversity translates directly to the city’s cultural offerings, including food, art, theater, dance and music.
Turkey—which borders three seas and connects Europe to Asia—boasts a myriad of folk dances that reflect the cultures and traditions of the country’s different regions. Often involving lines or circles of dancers who link their arms, kick their legs, wave handkerchiefs or click together wooden spoons, Turkish folk dances are also distinctive for their complex rhythms and colorful costumes. Traditional musical instruments such as the davul (large drum), zurna (pipe), kaval (shepherd’s pipe), sipsi (reed) and cigirtma (fife) accompany the dances, which typically evoke natural phenomena, rites of passage, people’s occupations or everyday tasks.
Master performer, Vedat Gursoylu, leads the Anatolia Turkish Folk Dance Group—a diverse ensemble dedicated to learning and sharing Turkish music and dance with the greater Los Angeles community. Gursoylu, who holds a degree in music and folk arts from Istanbul Technical University, offers instruction in Turkish folk dance, gypsy dance, musical instruments and more. In 2013, the Anatolia Turkish Folk Dance Group was awarded a certificate from the City of Los Angeles for its service to the community.
Anatolia Folk Ensemble, introduces Anatolia People’s Music, Dance and Cultures from Anatolia – TURKEY. The Group is mainly located in Los Angeles. Also the group members are Turkish, Balkan, Middle Eastern… Honestly from all over the world. You can see in this group such a colorful mosaic. Because of this reason, “We are AnatoliaFolk” (AnatoliaFolk.com)
The variety of music, dance, and artists makes for a virtually endless combination of exciting performances. There are the mysterious “Turkish Nights”, sultry and seductive “Arabic Belly Dance Nights” and how about experiencing the adventurous “1001 Nights”? Each of these ensembles are rich with culture and costuming, audience entertainment and participation.
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