|Téma:||ĽUDOVÉ ZVYKY a TRADÍCIE|
|Miesto konania:||New York (Zahraničie - Európa/Svet)
Ubytovanie · Počasie · Cestovné poriadky
Limbora Slovak Folk Ensemble
Saturday, 18 November 2006, 7 p.m. – midnight
Riccardo’s Caterers, 21-01 24th Avenue & 21st Street, Astoria, Queens
$75 or $125 pre couple
For reservation email email@example.com or send mail to: RTEQW BOX 531, Lake Katrine, N.Y. 12449
Payment must be received by 3 November 2006.
Designate whom you wish to be seated with (tables of 10)
Limbora will perform
Music by Pajtáši
Entree choices are Prime Rib, Salmon or Chicken Francese
Open bar – Hor d’euvres – Cocktail Hour
The Limbora Slovak Folk Ensemble of New York
was established in 1966 (history – the first fifteen years), and is situated in the heart of Manhattan. Its members are primarily of Slovak descent and live in the metropolitan New York City area; however the Ensemble's rich repertory of folkloric dances, music and songs has attracted all ethnic and performing arts enthusiasts.
Limbora presents traditional folklore from the European Community's Slovak Republic, the home to the Carpathian Mountains. Its repertory represents an array of cultural temperaments from the many unique regions of Slovakia such as the swift polka-type movements from eastern Saris to the intricate ethnic dances of western village of Myjava, the romantics of Slovak gypsies and the zesty songs and dance movements from Detva.
Training and rehearsals are conducted on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 8:30 to 11:00 PM in the auditorium and facilities at the Church of St. John Nepomucene on 67th Street and 1st Avenue in New York City.
All interested individuals are encouraged to contact the Ensemble.
For further information on the activities and performances of the Limbora Slovak Folk Ensemble, please e-mail us at: firstname.lastname@example.org or call Jozef Vasko at: (001) 917.496.3831 (New York - USA).