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Summer Dance

This summer, “travel the world” with the magic and music of international folk dancing! 

The New Russia Cultural Center has been offering International Character Dance Program in the Capital District with a clear goal to provide a educational, cultural, fun enriching experience for the kids, and a convenient, affordable options for their parents. Cultural Understanding Through Dance! We promote International Character Dancing along with the rich customs and traditions of various countries from around the world. To that end we provide our students with ethnic exposure to dance, music, costumes, shared traditions and more.

Open to children looking for a fun and social exploration of dances from around the globe. Line, Circle, and Couples’ Folk Dances from Russia, Ukraine, Bulgaria, Polish, Greece, Israel, Irland, and The United States are explored. Children will learn about different world music styles and rhythms, social etiquette and universal dance step patterns. 

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We invite your child to join us this summer filled with fun and interactive cultural oriented activities: dance, art and Russian language. By using the language, speaking is emphasized and taught through lessons, games, songs, and fun activities. Whether your child is shy, outgoing, or somewhere in-between, the New Russia Cultural Center’s innovative summer program helps each child enjoy cultural learning.

For Program information click Summer Dance Program or call 518-382-9438.

Snip20180410 23Dance Instructor - Vladimir Nikitin.  Russian character and ballet dancer, currently is involved in the New York based, world renowned group Russian folk ensemble  Barynya. Vladimir arrived to the United States of America from Kazan, Tatarstan. In 2011 he graduated from Kazan University of Culture and Art, choreography department.  Vladimir was agraduated from the Kazan State University of Culture and Arts, the Department of Choreography, 2011-2015 was a soloist in the dance ensemble "Kazan" in the city of Kazan. In 2009-2015 he was an invited soloist with Great Russian Nutcracker.  In Spring  2018 Vladimir starts the Russian Children Dance Ensemble at the New Russia Cultural Center. This new Russian folk ensemble for children and adults will present character dancing,including Russian, Cossack, Siberian,  Ukrainian, Roma Gypsy, Jewish traditional dancing. 

 

 

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