Dance to schools in Banat

25 februarie – 9 martie / Satele Eibenthal, Sf. Elena, Garnic

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Festivalul de dans contemporan TANEC PRAHA 2008 isi propune sa treaca de granitele tarii si sa ofere copiilor din Romania, Norvegia si Republica Ceha ocazia de a lucra impreuna si de a-si prezenta rezultatele unui public mai larg. Proiectul are la baza studiile, cooperarile si experientele companiei de dans “Light” condusa de Lenka Tretiagova, in cele doua tari.
Lenka si dansatorii ei vor veni in trei sate cehesti din Banat, unde, impreuna cu profesorii Petr Skorepa si Nana Hermannova, vor lucra cu copii. Aceasta zona ceheasca, etnicii cehi, despartiti de Cehia, au pastrat timp de o suta de ani, cultura si traditia ceheasca veche. Astfel, aici, pot fi gasite obiceiuri demult pierdute si uitate in tara mama. Felul lor de a mula traditia pe educatia copiilor, prin dans, limba si muzica, poate fi un model pentru invatamantul din era consumerismului.

ENGLISH VERSION

The contemporary dance festival TANEC PRAHA 2008 wants to give children from three very different countries – Romania, Czech Republic and Norway – a chance to work together and try to show their results to a larger audience. The project is based on the research, experience and recent cooperation of the “Light” Dance Studio led by the dancer Lenka Tretiagova in both countries. 
Lenka and her team of dancers will come to the villages of the Czech minorities in the Region of Banat and work, together with the teachers Petr Skorepa and Nana Hermannova, with the local children. Separated from the Czech Republic, the Czech ethnics from Banat have kept their culture and traditions for more than a hundred years and can be now an inspiration. The way of applying the cultural traditions in the small schools from Banat  – dance, word and music – can be exemplary for the education of the children for our modern society driven by the consuming life style.

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