Prvý detský festival slovenských ľudových piesní pod názvom "Ked' si ja zaspievam" v Šíde

12. April 2016
V sobotu 9.apríla 2016 v Slovenskom kultúrno-umeleckom spoloku Jednota v Šíde bol usporiadaný prvý detský festival slovenských ľudových piesní pod názvom "Ked' si ja zaspievam".

Festival je revuálneho charakteru s cieľom afirmovať mladých spevákov, podporiť ich talent, pripraviť na dalšie festivaly, zachovať slovenské ľudové pesničky a ľudové kroje. Podujatiu sa zúčastnilo 24 spevákov z nasledovných osád: Starej Pazovy, Boľoviec, Lugu, Erdevíku, L'uby, Bingule, Iloka, Radoša a zo Šídu.

Spevákov sprevádzal "orchestrík" zo Selenče pod vedením profesora Juraja Súdiho. Festival otvorila predsedníčka Národnostnej rady slovenskej národnostnej menšiny Anna Tomanová Makanová.

Festival "Ked si ja zaspievam" finančne podporil Úrad pre Slovákov žijúcich v zahraničí a darčeky pre účastníkov zabespečila Národnostná rada slovenskej národnostnej menšiny.

Text: Blaženka Dierčanová, foto: Andrej Meleg

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