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NEXT TIME IN WARSZAWA AND KRAKOW: 1-2-3. 10. 2020.

 

 

"Polak, Węgier, dwa bratanki, i do szabli, i do szklanki"

"Lengyel, magyar - két jó barát, együtt harcol, s issza borát"

 

 

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Részletes program az angol és lengyel menüben. (a videók alatt)

See detailed program below videos.

Zobacz dokładny program pod filmami video.

 

 

TV

 

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Krakkó, szép lengyel tánc /nice polish dance in Krakow

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Krakkó, lengyel tánc, közös zene / polish dance playing together

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Öves, Mazurki nad Wisłą - Warszawa

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Krakkó, botosánka / csángó dance in Krakow

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Taniec wróżek w ogrodzie Eden / Tündérek tánca az Édenkertben

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 Szerba, Mazurki nad Wisłą - Warszawa

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Kezes, etnokraków-rozstaje - Kraków / Csángó dance


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Zenélő sziget / music island / Wyspa muzyczna


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Vonaton / on the train / pociąg

 

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Jégben / in hail / w lód

 

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Zalew Zakrzówek w Krakowie niesie melodie Czangów

The quarry pond next Kraków carry away the csángó music

Krakkó meletti bányató messzire viszi a moldvai muzsikát

 

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3-4-5. 10. 2020.

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In the circle of Hungarian and Polish culture

Hungarian folk music and folk dancing workshops in Poland

 

Program

3rd Oct (Saturday) Warsaw

Mazurkas of the World Festival / concert and dance party http://www.festivalmazurki.pl/en/home/

            11:00 Instruments Fair

            19:00 Dance Night party

4th Oct (Sunday) Warsaw

Live Archaeology Village https://www.facebook.com/LiveArchaeologyVillage/ 

12:00   Hungarian food goes vegan workshop / visiting the village

14:00   dancing and singing workshop part I for adults and kids

16:00   instruments workshop (Szepsze) / Hungarian archery workshop

18:00   debate / kids workshop

19:00   dancing workshop II

20:00  traditional dance party 

5th (Mon) Krakow

Ogród rozmaitości/ Art Freeq https://www.facebook.com/artfreeq  

18:00 dancing, singing and instruments workshops

20:00 traditional dance party

Organising instutution: The Aeris Futuro Foundation – www.aerisfuturo.pl 

Patron: Commission for Hungarian-Polish programme for non-governmental cooperation ( https://varso.mfa.gov.hu/hun and https://www.gov.pl/web/diplomacy )

Partners: Hungarian Culture Institute in Warsaw - Varsói Magyar Kulturális Intézet https://www.facebook.com/hunginst ; Mazurkas of the World Foundation http://festivalmazurki.pl/; Live Archaeology Village, Warsaw https://www.facebook.com/LiveArchaeologyVillage/ ; Ogród rozmaitości w Krakowie

Media: Magyazyn.pl Magyazyn.pl ; mieszkaniectargowka.pl ; zielonewydarzenia.pl

 

 

 

 

 

19.01.2020.:

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Dance feast on Sunday January 19th in the deep ecology attitude thanks to Aeris Futuro Foundation

We invite to the Carpathian Carnival party in Strefa Club in Krakow, street św. Tomasza 31.

18:00-19:30 – Csángó dance workshop, from 20:00 dance party with great bands - Muzykanci [PL] and Szépszerével [HU].

Muzykanci band started the movement of dance houses in Poland in the late 90s of XX c., my love to etno music and dance started thanks to them. Now, we will meet together with my Hungrian friends, who are a part of the movement in Hungary. I am so happy about that <3 and all that with deep ecology attitude with Aeris Futuro :)

MUZYKANCI [ muzykanci ] - one of the most interesting group at the Polish folk music scene, co-created by charismatic artists of Polish ethno scene, among others: singer and violinist Joanna Slowinska, violinist and composer Stanislaw Slowinski and singer and multiinstrumentalist Jacek Halas. Group – appreciated by critics and audiences – was founded in 1997 and quickly became a sensation on the Polish music scene. Its members played with equal success at weddings as well as in prestigious concert halls in Poland, Europe, Asia, North and South America. In the last seasons Muzykanci concerts at renowned festivals ethno and world music: Polish Radio New Tradition (Warsaw), EtnoKrakow/Crossroads (Krakow), Brave Festival (Wroclaw), Ethnoport (Poznan), Budapest Ritmo, Budapest Folk Fest (Budapest), Crossculture Festival Warsaw / Sounds Like Poland, in Korea (Jeonju International Sori Festival, Ulsan Cheoyong World Music Festival), WOMEX Budapest, WOMAD UK, WOMAD Chile and many others.
The winners of many prestigious awards, including the Grand Prix competition of the Polish Radio New Tradition Festival, Grand Prix Euro Folk Festival and the prestigious title: Folk Phonogram of the Year with their debut album “Muzykanci” – one of the most important discs in the history of Polish folk. Subsequent years saw the releases which developed both Polish folk music and Lemko, Slovak, Hungarian, and Jewish themes. One of these was the album “A na onej górze...” continuing threads started on the debut album. Another: “Gore gwiazda” – brought traditional pastorales and carols, while “Musicians and Hradišťan” was a studio and live album recorded in the Czech Republic with the participation of the Moravian group of Jiří Pavlica. Muzykanci have had numerous recordings for Polish Radio, Polish TV and other European broadcasters. New album of Muzykanci group, recorded by BBC Radio at Womex Budapest 2015 is planned for spring 2017.
Muzykanci are among the precursors of sound based on acoustic instruments and referring directly to the folk template. That plus a huge stage expression, dynamism, excellent vocal parts – sung in harmonies – still emphasises the originality and attractiveness of the group. Muzykanci are today one of the biggest concert attractions on the folk scene. A journey through time and space: in the footsteps of rural musicians, gypsy caravans, and klezmer bands... Every concert of Muzykanci heralds an artistic event.

Muzykanci band started the movement of dance houses in Poland in the late 90s of XX c., a lot of people started to love etno music and dance thanks to them – explain Joanna Mieszkowicz, co-organiser and a dance teacher. This time, they will meet together with us, who are a part of the movement in Hungary. So we are very happy about that. And why is that with deep ecology attitude? as inspired by „The secret life of trees” we say that the csango music is like mycelium which conects and feed trees-dancers.

Joanna Słowińska – vocal, violin
Jan Słowiński – viola, folk bass, vocal
Stanisław Słowiński - violin
Jacek Hałas – vocal, hurdygurdy, accordeon, jew's-harp
Alicja Hałas – folk drums, gordon

SZEPSZEREVEL group [HU] - finds its inspiration in Csángó tradition, playing - traditional, energetic, trance - Hungarian folk music, descending from Moldova and Ghimes - regions lying on both sides of Eastern Carpathians, in nowadays Romania, historical Kingdom of Hungary.
Members of the band live in Budapest, and there, every Wednesday, host the táncház party (literally: dance house, a traditional folk dance party) on the Gellert Hill. They learnt folk music and traditions through their own experience, they are students of rural musicians, mainly from Transylvania.
Gyulai Farkas plays the violin, flutes and kaval, and Sámsondi Gergely plays the kobza and dulcimer. They turn to the oldest forms of folk music, promoting traditional instrument tuning, as well as melodies, musical scales, songs and dances at appropriate tempos.
They are happy to teach the audience their songs and lyrics (!) so that everyone can join as a chorus. The advantage of the dances they offer is the fact that most of them are circle dances, so you don't have to have a partner, and the steps are usually simple, although the pace can be very fast.

Gyulai Farkas - violin, flutes, vocal

Sámsondi Kiss Gergely – kobza, violin

The entrance for workshop is free of chargé, CARPATHIAN - tickets: 25 PLN (online), 30 PLN (at the gate).

More information on https://www.facebook.com/events/504560576857143/

 

 

 

 

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Między Wisłą a Dunajem / Between Danube & Vistula

Szépszerével [HU] meets Polish folk musicians

21.11 | Warszawa | Chata Numinosum | ul. Jazdów 3/5

22.11 Kraków | Klub Strefa #FonóKraków | ul. św. Tomasza 31

28.11 Toruń | n obrotów / WEJśCIóWKA | Plac Teatralny 1

29.11 Toruń | Muzeum Etnograficzne im. Marii Znamierowskiej-Prüfferowej w Toruniu | Wały gen. Władysława Sikorskiego 19

Rozstaje / Crossroads Association would like to invite you to a series of meetings: 'Between Danube & Vistula' and, which will be hosted by a Hungarian group Szépszerével. On the route of following musical events (Warszawa - Kraków - Toruń ) the band will conduct workshops on the dances of Csángó tradition, and share the stage with musicians representing different shades of Polish traditional music (Kapela Mazowiecka, Raraszek, TTMS, agregandado).

Szépszerével finds its inspiration in Csángó tradition, playing - traditional, energetic, trance - Hungarian folk music, descending from Moldova and Ghimes - regions lying on both sides of Eastern Carpathians, in nowadays Romania, historical Kingdom of Hungary.

Members of the band live in Budapest, and there, every Wednesday, host the táncház party (literally: dance house, a traditional folk dance party) on the Gellert Hill. They learnt folk music and traditions through their own experience, they are students of rural musicians, mainly from Transylvania.

Gyulai Farkas plays the violin, flutes and kaval, and Sámsondi Gergely plays the kobza and dulcimer. They turn to the oldest forms of folk music, promoting traditional instrument tuning, as well as melodies, musical scales, songs and dances at appropriate tempos.

They are happy to teach the audience their songs and lyrics (!) so that everyone can join as a chorus. The advantage of the dances they offer is the fact that most of them are circle dances, so you don't have to have a partner, and the steps are usually simple, although the pace can be very fast.

21.11 | Warszawa | Chata Numinosum | ul. Jazdów 3/5

19:00-20:30 workshop: dances of Csángó tradition [free admission]

21:00 dance party with Szépszerével [HU]  & Kapela Mazowiecka [PL] [free admission]

https://www.facebook.com/ChataNuminosum/    http://chata.numinosum.pl/

22.11 Kraków | Klub Strefa / FonóKraków | ul. św. Tomasza 31

18:00-19:30 workshop: dances of Csángó tradition [free admission]

20:30 dance party with Szépszerével [HU] & Raraszek [PL] [free admission]

https://www.facebook.com/StrefaKrakow/

28.11 Toruń | n obrotów / Kawiarnia WEJśCIóWKA | Plac Teatralny 1

17:00-19:00 singing workshop with Szépszerével [HU], N-obrotowa Grupa Śpiewacza [PL] [free admission]

20:00-22:00 instrumental workshop led by the members of Szépszerével [HU], with the participation of, among others, the TTMS formation and agregandado band [free admission]

https://www.facebook.com/events/1043985765948186/

29.11 Toruń | Muzeum Etnograficzne | Wały gen. Sikorskiego 19

11:00-12:30 workshop: dances of Csángó tradition [free admission]

18:30-19:45 concert: Szépszerével [HU] / introduction to Csángó culture

20:00 dance party with Szépszerével [HU] [free admission]

https://www.facebook.com/etnomuzeum.torun/ |http://etnomuzeum.pl/dzien-kultury-csango-z-zespolem-szepszerevel/

organizer:

Rozstaje/Crossroads Association [Rozstaje: u Zbiegu Kultur i Tradycji. Stowarzyszenie]

financial support:

Instytut Felczaka / Instytut Współpracy Polsko-Węgierskiej im. Wacława Felczaka w Warszawie

partners:

Fundacja Aeris Futuro, klub Strefa Kraków, #FonóKraków Fonó Budai Zeneház, Chata Numinosum, n obrotów WEJśCIóWKA Toruń, Muzeum Etnograficzne im. Marii Znamierowskiej-Prüfferowej w Toruniu

illustration: fragment of 'EUROPA REGINA' map, Johannes Putsch / 1537

 

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Krakkó 2019 07 05 szépszerével 

 
ETNO DLA DZIECI, WARSZTATY, NOCE TAŃCA
 

Bogaty program edukacyjny obejmuje warsztaty pieśni serbskich (Svetlana Spajić), ukraińskich (Młyneczek), rosyjskich (Virtualnaja Derevnia), warsztaty bluesa (The Swing Experience), warsztaty tańców tradycyjnych: polskich (Piotr i Bogumiła Zgorzelscy, Raraszek) i włoskich (Lassatil Abballari). Przed nami też – jak co roku – noce tańca w klubie Strefa i w klubie Alchemia: tym razem z muzyką włoską (Lassatil Abballari), w energii balfolk (Martin-Vojta-Mikulas / Mr. Folxlide), etnoelectro ( Kfjatek / Red Sun Rising / RSS B0YS) i dedykowane tańcom tradycyjnym Europy Środkowej: Raraszek i Pokrzyk (Polska) / Muzička & Dragúni (Słowacja) / Szépszerével (Węgry)

 

 

 

 

 Kép program júni 14

PROGRAM:

14. 06. FRIDAY First event but I will make a special event

https://www.facebook.com/events/2270784063184994/

https://www.facebook.com/events/2694325670584440/?active_tab=about

it is going to be unplugged ;) You play FOR CLIMATE - for protection of Mother Earth :) EtnoKraków/Rozstaje Prolog / Szépszerével [HU]

Details

EtnoKraków/Rozstaje PROLOG: SZÉPSZÉRÉVEL [HU] / 14.06 / 19:00 warsztaty tańców csángó / 20:00 koncert / wstęp (całość): 10z

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Zespół czerpie z tradycji Czangów (Csángó) – gra tradycyjną żywiołową, energetyczną, transową węgierską muzykę ludową, wywodzącą się z rejonów Mołdawii i Gimeszu (Gyimes), regionów, które leżą po obu stronach Karpat Wschodnich, na terenie obecnej Rumunii, a kiedyś Królestwa Węgierskiego. Członkowie zespołu mieszkają w Budapeszcie, ale poznali muzykę i ludowe zwyczaje dzięki własnemu doświadczeniu, są bowiem uczniami wiejskich muzykantów, głównie z Erdély w Siedmiogrodzie. Gyulai Farkas gra na skrzypcach, fletach i kavalu, Sámsondi Gergely gra kobozie (kobzie) i cymbałach. Przyznają, że bardzo lubią najstarsze formy muzyki ludowej. Gotowi są wymieniać się między sobą instrumentami. Propagują tradycyjne stroje instrumentów, takież melodie, skale muzyczne, piosenki i tańce w odpowiednich tempach. Chętnie uczą publiczność swoich tańców, które grają, a także piosenek, wraz tekstami (!), aby wszyscy mogli dołączyć do śpiewu podczas tańca. Atutem proponowanych przez nich tańców może być fakt, że większość z nich to tańce w kręgu, zatem nie trzeba mieć partnera lub partnerki, a kroki są zazwyczaj proste, choć tempa bywają bardzo szybkie…

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Gyulai Farkas – skrzypce, flety, kaval

Sámsondi Gergely – koboz (kobza), cymbały

Kajla Gergely - nauczyciel tańca

Legány Réka - nauczycielka tańca

15. 06. SATURDAY10-15

on 15th there will be a family picnic in a Steiner school in Krakow and u r welcome to play somewhere between

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10-15. 16. 06. SUNDAY 14:00 és 20:45

Dla klimatu-warsztaty&koncerty / For climate-workshops&concert

https://www.facebook.com/events/2473284942957773/

 Come and experience plenty of eco-atractions with Aeris Futuro Foundation It will be:  Musically - a traditional Hungarian band will play Hungarian tunes - circle dancing for big and small - at 2.00 and 8.45 p.m. Group "Szépszerével" play "Csángó" –very lively, transelike, traditional music which originated from the Romanian region of Moldavia. The musicians are students of village music players - Gyulai Farkas plays the violin, flute and "kaval", Sámsondi Gergely plays "koboz" and cymbals. They often change instruments. They play and teach how to dance and sing. Most of the dances are circle dances so there's no need for a partner and the steps are easy even though the tempo might surprise you.

17. 06. MONDAY

on Monday we go to Warsaw 

 

 

 

 

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