This Is Serbia

This Is Serbia

The event, THIS IS SERBIA, is a traditional Serbian folk dance and music show. The performers are: the Academy of Serbian Folk Dancing Association from GTA and The Cultural and Artistic Association Stanko Paunovic from Pancevo, Serbia.

The Cultural and Artistic Association Stanko Paunovic consist of 550 members who are participants in: 14 dance groups, male and female singing groups, popular orchestra and reconstructive workshop of the national costumes.

Folk dance group Stanko Paunovic is one of the most successful groups in Serbia, and has a large number of the prizes and commendations. Their repertoire consists of dances from different ethno-regions of Serbia.

The ensemble has participated at a number of the festivals in Europe, Asia and Africa and this is their second time to come and perform in Canada.

The Academy of Serbian Folk Dancing Association of Toronto, ON, promotes and fosters traditional dances and music of Serbia and related performing arts within Canadian Multiculturalism. There are over 450 participants divided into seven ensembles, male and female singing group and one folk band. They have two representative ensembles at high school/university levels as well as their recreational ensemble, which has no age limit.

When they travel abroad, they proudly represent Canada; when at home, they proudly bring the Serbian flavour into the fine multicultural character of Canada. For that, they are known as: the "Pride of Canada - Soul of Serbia".

Come and see the BEST parade of Serbian traditional folk dances, songs, and original traditional costumes and be a part of this unforgettable evening!

Ticket Sale Date: Sunday September 1, 2019 at 12:00pm

Sunday, September 29, 2019 - 6:00pm
Admit One: $40.00 tax incl.
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For more information contact:
Meadowvale Theatre Box Office
905-615-4720 ext. 2588

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