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Details about Balkanfolk 2011 will be on line from December 2010.

 As an example, please find below the informations about Balkanfolk 2010 :

Teachers - Workshop Balkanfolk 2010
4th August - 16th  August 2010 , Koprivshtitsa - Bulgaria 


Bulgarian folk dances

Emil Genov - teacher bulgarian folk dances

 

Emil Genov

Graduated from the Institute for music and dances – Sofia, Bulgaria.
Choreographer at Petar Beron community centre – Sofia. Master choreographer and artistic director of Zornitsa Ensemble – Sofia, Bulgaria. The ensemble won at International Folklore festivals in Dijon (France); 1994 – silver medal; 1997 – gold medal. The ensemble has participated in the folklore festival “SIVO” in Odoorn (Holland), “Kasteelfestival” in Torhout ( Belgium) and international folklore festivals in Bulgaria. As well, it has taken part in festivals in Israel, Italy, Poland, Macedonia, Tunis, Czech Republic, Turkey and Cyprus.
Emil Genov is a member of the Musicians and Choreographers’ Association – Bulgaria;
Teacher of Bulgarian dances in the University of Chemical Technology and Metallurgy – Sofia;
Teacher of Bulgarian dances in Balkanfolk workshop from 1997. Winner of the “Golden Lyre” award for choreographers and musicians in Bulgaria, 2002.



 
Serbian folk dances

Vladimir Mutavdžić - teacher Serbian folk dances

 

Vladimir Mutavdžić

Vladimir Mutavdžić PhD, graduate from the University of Priština on Folk dances of Serbia, professor at the University of Niš, Faculty of sport and physical education – Department of dance. Also author of several publications, and about 40 scientific papers in the field of folklore among which the monography "Anthology of Serbian folk dances" should be mentioned. As artistic director and choreographer of the Academic folk ensemble "ORO" of the Students' cultural centre of Niš, he participated in different festivals and workshops in Serbia, Macedonia, Spain (CIOFF), Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, France, Portugal (CIOFF), etc.




 
Folk musical instruments

Petar Gerovski - teacher gadoulka

 

Petar Gerovski - gadoulka

Graduated from the Musical school in Kotel, Bulgaria, specialty gadoulka. Now is a student at the South – West University Neophit Rilski – Blagoevgrad (Bulgaria), specialty musical pedagogy. He is also a soloist at Philip Koutev National Folk Ensemble - Sofia, Bulgaria and has participationed in recordings of Stefan Dragostinov and other famous composers. Teacher at Balkanfolk 2005.
Member of Zornitsa Folk Ensemble orchestra – Sofia, since 1999.



Petyo Kostadinov - teacher gaida

 

Petyo Kostadinov - gaida

Graduated from Musical school in Kotel, Bulgaria, and Academy of Music, Dance and Fine Arts in Plovdiv, specialty gaida and musical pedagogy. Member of the orchestra of Trakia Ensemble - Plovdiv. Soloist with the Popular orchestra of Bulgarian National radio since 2001.. Performer in group of ethno music “Bulgara”. Teacher at many schools and at Balkanfolk 2005. He has made many recordings with Bulgarian National Television and Bulgarian National radio.
Member of Zornitsa Folk Ensemble orchestra – Sofia.



Anton Tsambov - teacher tamboura

 

Anton Tsambov - tamboura

Graduated from the Musical school in Kotel, Bulgaria, specialty tamboura. Member of Popular orchestra of Bulgarian National Radio (BNR). Now is a soloist at Philip Koutev National Folk Ensemble - Sofia, Bulgaria. Performer in folk group “Bulgare”. Teacher in the National Children’s Palace – Sofia. Teacher at Balkanfolk 2005. He has made many recordings with Bulgarian National radio and television programmes.
Member of Zornitsa Folk Ensemble orchestra – Sofia.



Simeon Dimitrov - teacher kaval, dvoyanka and duduk

 

Simeon Dimitrov - kaval, dvoyanka, duduk

Graduated from the musical school in Shiroka luka, Bulgaria, specialty kaval. Now is a student in South – West University Neophit Rilski – Blagoevgrad, specialty musical pedagogy. Member of the orchestra at the Children’s Palace in Pernik. Teacher at the Cultural centre working with children – Pernik. He has participationed in many recordings of radio and television programmes. Teacher at Balkanfolk 2005.
Member of Zornitsa Folk Ensemble orchestra – Sofia.



Genadii Rashkov - teacher tapan and tarambouka

 

Genadii Rashkov - tapan, tarambouka

Graduated from the Academy of Music, Dance and Fine Arts - Plovdiv, Bulgaria, specialty - percussion instruments. Now is a soloist in the Philip Koutev National Folk Ensemble - Sofia, Bulgaria. Performer in music formation “Site bulgare”.
Teacher at Balkanfolk workshop - 2005.
Member of Zornitsa Folk Ensemble orchestra – Sofia.




Danail Totev - teacher accordion bulgarian music

 

Danail Totev - accordion bulgarian music

Graduated in the South-West University “Neophyte Rilski”, specialty accordion. Since 2000 year is a co-tutor of Bulgarian and Foreign dances in the National Dance Art School - Sofia. He has taken part in the records of many folklore groups’ orchestras.


Predrag Ivanović - teacher accordion serbian music

 

Predrag Ivanović - accordion serbian music

Predrag Ivanović, graduate from the Music academy of the University of Priština, professor of music and conductor in a primary school as well as a professor of accordion a composer and arranger. With his orchestra he worked with prominent musicians and folk assemblies and performed both in the country and abroad: Macedonia, Bulgaria, Austria, Switzerland, Canada, South Africa, etc.

 
Bulgarian folk singing

Galya Haralambieva - teacher bulgarian folk singing

 

Galya Haralambieva

Graduated from Musical school in Kotel and at the Academy of Music, Dance and Fine Arts - Plovdiv, Bulgaria, specialty Bulgarian folk singing and musical pedagogy. Singer in choir “The Bulgarian voices – Angels” – Sofia. Teacher at schools in Sofia. Performer in music formation. “Divna” – where songs with ethno motives and authentic folklore are sung. Teacher in Balkanfolk workshop 2005.



 
Bulgarian language

Mariana Valchanova - teacher bulgarian language

 

Mariana Valchanova

Graduated from the “Kliment Ohridski” University in Sofia.
Teacher of English and French languages at secondary schools in Sofia, Bulgaria, and at the New Bulgarian University – Sofia.
Since 1998 she has been a teacher of Bulgarian language at Balkanfolk workshop.




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