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Ambrolauri: Actiing in Racha 2024 festval held

In the Ambrolauri Municipality, a cultural event under the theme “Acting in Racha” was held on May 2, 2024 attended by Mayor and Deputy Mayor as well.

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In the Ambrolauri Municipality, a cultural event under the theme “Acting in Racha” was held on May 2, 2024. The event was also attended by the mayor, Zviad Mkheidze, and Deputy Mayor, Tamar Kevanashvili, along with many other municipal representatives. A huge number of artists and audience members gathered to enjoy the festival.

 

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This cultural event, “Acting in Racha 2024,” was organized by Davit Toradze Art School with the active support of the Ambrolauri Municipality City Hall. It is to be specifically mentioned that the artists from the eighteen municipalities of Georgia performed a number of folk activities. This ensemble included choreographers, choral artists, and local folk artists.

 

On this occasion  a large stage was erected for the performers. The groups of artists from different municipalities were dressed in costumes in different colors, representing the unique cultural significance of their respective municipalities.  Some groups participated in the event in old  traditional clothes  which represented and received appreciation from the audience. They also wished them the best wishes for preserving the old wardrobe and clothing  style of Georgia.

 

A group of female performers who were dressed in grey, red, and blue costumes gave a very captivating performance during the festival.  Similarly, the young artist gave solo singing and dance performance and entertained the audience. On the other hand, the performance of the small kids was a wonderful and lifelong experience to the people who were there to spend quality time with their loved ones.

 

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A kid’s violinist group displayed their unique skill of violin playing and sang a group song. The joyous audience encouraged the performers with hooting, clapping, and words of appreciation.   It is to be noted that just a day ago, the cities of Georgia also marked the International Children’s Rights Protection Day. A large number of audience members defeated all the odds to reach the event spot.

 

After the event, the winning solo and group performers were awarded the certification of participation and prizes. The Mayor  while addressing  also extended her best wishes to the winners and reiterated his commitment to encourage and support the young artists to explore   hidden talent as well.

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