- published: 18 Jul 2015
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Belarusians fond of traditions past have gathered for 'Petrovski fest' with visitors came from all over Belarus to taking part in old rites, singing, songs, dancing and jumping over fires. One of the organisers, a choreographer of ethnic dances and the head of a folk dance group Verabeiki, Sergei Vyskvarka, told Reuters that the festival appeals to a broad range of people. Check out our website: http://uatoday.tv Facebook: https://facebook.com/uatodaytv Twitter: https://twitter.com/uatodaytv
Considered the last dictatorship in Europe, under the ferm rule of president Alexander Lukashenko, who has been in power since 1994, Belarus is one of the least know European countries, considered by most as a puppet state of Russia. But nations are about people and belarusians are worth discovering. Learn, Share, Subscribe ------------------------------------------------ Watch the entire series here: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLbZJ71IJGFRTa_XMM9a4hDh2Yo9CsZzOR Follow: https://plus.google.com/+blinder00 https://twitter.com/Sebastian2Go https://www.facebook.com/official7facts ------------------------------------------------ In this brief video you can find seven little known facts about Belarus, a former member of the USSR. Today it remains a country with a heavy soviet atmosp...
This group had a bus breaking down, stranding them in Drammen, to our clear benefit. They are highly talented and well worth having a look at. This video features two of their performed dances and the second one is a comic act. Sorry the shaky camera, but I had to laugh...
Some interesting pieces of the Belarusian culture!
Anastasia and Sergei from Gymnasium No 1 in Minsk talks about their expectations on their stay in Mullsjö, Sweden. Between fall in 2009 and spring in 2010 there was held an exchange project between students and teachers from Mullsjögymnasiet in Mullsjö, Sweden and Gymnasium No 1 in Minsk, Belarus. The project was financed by the Swedish Institutes Baltic Sea program, the Visby program. The intent of the project was to discover an unknown culture and to explore the differences and similarities with being a youth in Belarus or Sweden. In addition the participants got friends and memories for life.
Katerina helps us to learn the most important phrases in Belarusian :D This video has been produced in the framework of the Digital Participation Camp, an international meet up of digital entrepreneurs from around the globe. Check out http://www.dpsummit.org for more information! Easy Languages is an international project aiming at supporting people worldwide to learn languages through authentic street interviews. We also use this format to expose our street culture abroad and create a more diverse image of our countries. Episodes are produced in local languages and contain subtitles in both the original language as well as in English. More information at http://www.easy-languages.org/ http://www.facebook.com/easylanguagestreetinterviews Host of this episode: Katerina Fedyuk
The arts are very important to the people in Belarus. This shows just a few of them.
Over 12 years we collected hundreds of photographs of the awesome art, music, dance, sculpture and general culture of Belarus. The students are ambitious to achieve success - whilst their teachers are enthusiastic, talented and dedicated.95% of these photographs were taken within 60 miles/100 kilometres of Chernobyl in the city of Mozyr. Most examples are the works of young students although also included are exhibits from a few of their teachers.Let us show that the culture of Belarus is indeed a jewel in world culture - no longer to be kept a secret. I will always look on the inhabitants of Belarus as the nation with sparkling eyes. The music is provided by the teachers and students of Art and Music School No2. Others may promote a different story but this is mine. Enjoy. Don
Old Belarusan civilization had been prosperous for five centuries. The ancient Belarusans had rich musical culture. Five early musical instruments from Belarus, five characters, five stories. 1. Belarusian bagpipe 2. Lute 3. Hurdy (gurdy) 4. Psaltery 5. Belarusian trumpet More folk music at http://staryolsa.com/ Сцэнар, рэжысёр: Зміцер Сасноўскі ("Стары Ольса"), 2007
Byelorussian Dance - performed by 50 folk dancers from Belarus Water-Nymphs, Fairies, Fertility Goddesses, Flowers and Bonfires all come together in 'Ivan Kupala Rituals' to mark the peak of summer. 50 dancers from folk group vetch dressed in their national costumes of red and white. Accompanied by their 200 year old musical instruments dance to make the relationship between man and nature come alive choreographed by Elena Rybchinskaia Glimpses from the World Culture Festival (WCF), a celebration of the Art of Living’s 35th anniversary, that was held in New Delhi, India between March 11-13, 2016. Hosted on the world’s largest floating stage of 7 acres, WCF brought together 3.75 million people from 155 countries. The 3-day event was marked by mesmerizing performances by 36,603 artists fr...
" Funeral procession of culture" "Жалобнае шэсце на пахаванні беларускай культуры" Паважаныя сябры, Беларусы, Я вельмi спадзяюся што гэтае шэсце не сапраудна! Я упэунены, што толькі разам мы зможам пакінуць нашым дзецям нашу Радзіму. Веру, што калiсьцi, мы сустрэнемся разам у нашаi вольнаi, незалежнай Беларусi - болей мы не будзем памiраць як нявольнікі. Збiрайцеся браты - памiраць так вольным! Хопiць цярпець! Вярніце сябе краіну- ды дакажыце ўсім на свеце што Беларусы яшчэ iснуюць! flute Luca Bossi cello Denis bass quitar Andrej Kovelchikov drums lap-top violin,composer Vladimir Bodunov. picture Hieronymus Bosch. Dear friends! Thanks for watching my video! Thank you for viewing my channel! I will be glad your subscription and like!