Uzhgorod will celebrate the International Day of Dance with a massive flashmob

28 April 2015 15:56  13497581 098586
Uzhgorod will celebrate the International Day of Dance with a massive flashmob

On the International Day of Dance, April 29, in Uzhgorod, on Teatralna Square, there will be a massive dance celebration. This was announced during a press conference in Uzhgorod Press Club by the event organizers.


According to the chief of the Department of Culture of Uzhgorod city council Yevhen Bobrov, it will be the first celebration of the Day of Dance of this scale in the city.     

"A few years ago, we held in Uzhgorod a similar flash mob for the International Day of Dance. But then it was hopak. More than 80 pairs of children in traditional costumes were dancing then. It was on folk themes. Now. it's children choreography" - Eric Sachko, the head of the Children's Dance Academy said.

According to him, in the evening, after the concert, which starts on Teatralna Square at 18.00, there will be a massive flash mob entitled "Night of the Living Dead." About 500-600 children from the Dance Academy and the Dance Corporation of Friends will take part in it. "Children themselves chose the theme. Now, this theme is interesting for them, therefore, they decided to choose it for the event," - Eric Sachko explained the theme of the flash mob.

"We have a lot of dance groups. Therefore it is necessary to join efforts, in order to work more efficiently to co-organize such interesting dance events, anyone who likes dancing can take part in," - Yevhen Brezhynsky, the head of the group "Dance Corporation of Friends" of the Transcarpathian Regional Palace of Children and Youth Creativity said.

According to the organizers, during the concert on Teatralna Square, there will be dance contests for all comers and brief dance workshops.

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