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12 October 2014 y.
Concert of folk creative groups of the countries participating in APFestival took place in the Big Hall of the Philharmonic
Today on the stage of the Big Concert Hall of the Regional Philharmonic there took place a sold out concert of folk creative groups of the participating countries of the IV International Music Festival of the Asia-Pacific region. The concert program was opened by the folk music ensemble "Korobeyniki" from Khabarovsk.
The public saw a large and impressive show: a fascinating whirl of cultures, traditions and ethnic groups. Folk creative groups from 15 countries showed their art. For example, a musical group from Bangladesh « «Bangladesh Shilpakala Academy» performed traditional music of Bengali culture on bamboo flute, wooden drums and stringed instruments. The group «Virsa In Pop Cultural Group» showed a traditional dance, reflecting the history, customs and traditions of India. National music and dance traditions of native people of the Philippine archipelago islands were presented by the dance group «Kaloob Philippine Music and Dance Ministry» . The hearts of viewers were also conquered by unique music and dance group of Indians of Kashia tribe «SU-NU-NU-SHINAL POMO DANCERS» and the group of Korean drummers «Soul Tah».
Everyone in the hall could go round the world and plunge into the world of culture in Cambodia, Colombia, China, the U.S., Peru, Fiji, Bashkortostan, Turkmenistan, Kyrgyzstan, Khakassia, as well as northern and far eastern regions of Russia.
The performances went off to the enthusiastic cheers and applause of the public. At the end of the program there was a performance of the folk amateur group from the Krasnoyarsk region “Metelitsa”. To the song "Walk Russia! Walk beautifully!" there went on the stage all participants of the concert. The public gave a long standing ovation.
IV Krasnoyarsk International Music Festival of the Asia-Pacific region will continue in Krasnoyarsk till July, 4.