SCRIPT FOR BRAVE KIDS GRAND FINAL

INTRO

Turkish song “Divane Aşık Gibi” from the north of the country.

SCENE 1. CHOROWOD

This procession from Yakutia is performed in three languages coming from the region (the first two call for a dance together, the third one tells about the Anabar river).

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SCENE 2. ORUTU

A dance originally from Western Kenya, traditionally performed by the Luo ethnic group. The Orotu dance symbolizes happiness and is usually danced during the time of harvest.

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SCENE 3. TRANSKVERAS

One of the most popular Lithuanian dances, danced during “Geguzine” (dancing evening).

 

SCENA 4. JARABE MIX

Traditional dance from Mexico representing the Mixe ethnic group, intermingled with ballroom dance (e.g. cha-cha) and Brazilian samba.

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TRANSITION:  Game “raz, dwa, trzy, baba jaga patrzy” with accompaniment of marimba, an instrument from Kenya.

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SCENE 5. CIRCUS

Group scene – children show their talents.

 

TRANSITION:  Ukrainian song “Odna Kalina”

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SCENE 6. SARBA DANCE

Traditional Romanian dance Sarba.

 

 

SCENE 7. KAJONE

This scene features a Romani song as well as dances from Mexico, Lithuania, Romani culture, and ballroom dance.

 

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TRANSITION  – Polish song “Od buczku do buczku”.

SCENE 8. POLONEZ

Polish “walking” dance, traditionally performed at the beginning of the ball, inauguration, or other celebrations.

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TRANSITION – Georgian song” Hmel Gorze,” a patriotic song about how the Georgians love their country and its natural beauty.

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SCENE 9. RACHULI MIX

Georgian song “Pitna” – a romantic Georgian song about boy’s  love for a girl, accompanied by the panduri instrument. Music and singing from Georgia, during which Georgian, Chechen, and Lithuanian dances are performed.

 

SCENE 10. INDIA DANCE + KRISHNA STORY

Kuchipudi is one of the eight most important classical Indian dances. In this scene, dancers perform on plates, usually reserved for the end of a performance. The scene also includes the story of Krishna’s childhood in which we see Krishna and his mother. Krishna steals butter and shares it with his friends.

 

TRANSITION  – a song about Morocco and its famous cities. It is also a Moroccan request to God for peace and protection.

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SCENE 11. HORON

Traditional Turkish dance called Horon, comes from the Black Sea region.

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TRANSITION – Kenyan song “Safari Yetu” about travelling, performed in Swahili language.

SCENE 12. POLKA – folk dance very popular in Poland.

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TRANSITION – a theater scene performed by the  group from Ukraine “Under the Bridge.”

 

SCENE 13. ORE ORE

“Mikwars sadac tabibade”  is a patriotic song about love for Svaneti (a region of Georgia) and its beautiful nature. During this song, a theater scene is performed, inspired by a legend from southern Iran (involving fishermen, sirens , etc.).

 

SCENE 14. RADIOACTIVE

Pop song “Radioactive”

 

SCENE 15. STRAMOSCEASCA

Stramosceasca dance is one of the most famous and one of the oldest Moldovan folk dances. It is a vehicle for Moldavian tradition, presented with the accompaniment of Moldovian folk music.

 

DISCO MIX

Groups from Białystok, Kosice, Przemyśl, Wałbrzych, Warsaw and Wroclaw say goodbye to the public.

 

THE PERFORMANCE  HAS BEEN PREPARED BY CHILDREN ARTISTS AND BRAVE KIDS ARTISTIC INSTRUCTORS.

Białystok

Slovakia

Foundation Good Romani Fairy Kesaj

Leader: Martina Koptová

Georgia, Zahessi

Zahessi 5 – Fifth Zurab Anjaparidze Art School

Leader: Tamar Aragvishvili

Lithuania

Folk Dance Ensemble Seltinis

Leader: Julija Muningienė

Poland, Krasne

Group RIDETO from Children’s Home in Krasne (Janusz Korczak Centre for Educational Care Services)

Leader: Urszula Borkowska

Kosice

Ukraine, Lviv

”Under the Bridge”

Leader: Svitlana Manita

Brazil

More Paths

Leader: Flavia Bittencourt

India

Sarvam Foundation

Leader: Ranjini Nair

Poland, Wałbrzych

Songs and Dance Group Wałbrzych

Leaders: Anastazja Grzeszak, Sylwia Salamaj

Przemyśl

Mexico

Little Bees

Leader: Ammi Hidai

Poland, Warsaw

Hope4Street

Leader: Julia Powierza

Romania, Salcia-Tudor

The Buds

Leader: Gica Paraipan

Ukraine, Kharkiv

Novy Kadr

Leader: Kateryna Usmienstseva

Wałbrzych

Morocco

Youth Association for Culture and Development (YACD) Aissawa Kids

Leader: Khalid Bentyeb

Moldova

Szkoła Tańca Reverence/Reverence Dance School

Leader: Iulia Ursan

Poland, Wałbrzych

Club Cordex

Leader: Andżelika Toborek

Turkey

Group TFD (Turkish Folk Dancers)

Leader: Nalan Sarikabak

Warsaw

Iran

Donya Children’s Research Institute

Leader: Naghmeh Limooee

Romania, Pitești

The Song and Dance Show Group

Leader: Violeta Vacaru

Poland, Warsaw

Youth Cultural Practitioners

Leader: Madina Demilova

Russia

The Arctic, Yakutia, Sakha Republic

Leader: Svetlana Fedorova

Wrocław

USA

CircEsteem

Leader: Viviane Clement

Georgia, Tblisi

Caritas

Leader: Rusudan Oniani

Kenya

Koinonia Children Team

Leader: Peter Kipngetich Cherono

Poland

Colourful Children

Leaders: Elmelda Mashingo, Ewelina Dublanska

ARTISTIC INSTRUCTORS

Ewa Hubar, Jolanta Sikorska, Magdalena Nykiel, Marcin Misiura, Nataša Cápová, Mary Sadowska, Ilona Krawczyk, Creo Kellab, Kasia Venka Godlewska, Mateusz Mefo Godlewski, Kasia Timingeriu, Gabriel Almagro

ARTISTIC DIRECTOR

Jacek Timingeriu

BRAVE YOUTH

Leo Lau Chung Chak (BK 2012, Hong Kong)

Wong Chau Yi (Helen) (BK 2013, Hong Kong)

Ali Al-Hasani (BK 2011, Palestine)

Michaela Komarova (BK 2015, Slovakia)

 

 

fot. Aleksandra Twardowska

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