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"Pece Atanasovski" Festival kicks off in Prilep

03. July 2011. | 11:44

Source: MIA

The Festival's regular venue is the village of Dolneni, but the event's organizers say the location has been changed due to the poor conditions.

This year the city of Prilep will have the honor to host the International Festival of folk instruments and music 'Pece Atanasovski'.

The Festival's regular venue is the village of Dolneni, but the event's organizers say the location has been changed due to the poor conditions.

The festival is named after the most famous instrumentalist and bagpipe soloist in Macedonia. In 1968, Pece Atanasovski won the first prize at a Sicily competition of 1,800 bagpipers from all over the world. Each year the event brings together a great number of artists from Macedonia and abroad.

This year it will present 250 participants, who are to display their skill to bring about extraordinary sound from instruments, such as kaval - chromatic end-blown flute, bagpipe, drum.

The Festival also offers a debate on the significance of nourishing the folk music.


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