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Opening of France event "Balkan Spring" dedicated to Macedonian culture

03. April 2010. | 07:19

Source: MIA

A photograph exhibition dedicated to brothers Milton and Janaki Manaki in the Caen-based Normandy Museum will mark Friday the official opening of the sixth edition of event "Balkan Spring", which focuses this year on Macedonian culture.

A photograph exhibition dedicated to brothers Milton and Janaki Manaki in the Caen-based Normandy Museum will mark Friday the official opening of the sixth edition of event "Balkan Spring", which focuses this year on Macedonian culture.

The program merges different parts of the rich Macedonian culture of traditional creations and urban culture.

Macedonian traditional music will be presented by band "Ljubojna", ethno-ensemble "Baklava" and Stefce Stojkovski with trio "Gavroski", along with the performances of the Female Youth Choir within the Youth-Cultural Center and "Project Zlust".

Macedonian ethnological tradition will be promoted through the exhibitions of photographs dedicated to the Juruks in Macedonia, folk costumes and jewelry, and photographs of renowned director Milco Mancevski.

The event will also include literary meetings of Macedonian authors and poets Luan Starova, Danilo Kocevski and Nikola Madzirov with colleagues from Normandy and other Balkan countries already presented at "Balkan Spring". Moreover, Teona Mitevska's film "How I Killed a Saint" will also be screened.

The Macedonian Philharmonic Chamber Orchestra will hold a concert attended by Culture Minister Elizabeta Kanceska-Milevska in Caen on April 28, preceded by the minister's meeting with French counterpart Frederic Mitterrand.

Macedonian culture will be presented in Lower Normandy up to May 28, organized by association "Balkan Transit". Prior editions included the promotions of cultures from Bosnia&Herzegovina, Albania, Greece, Bulgaria and Romania.

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