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Dance club 'Kaleidoscope' invites you to a fiery Maslenitsa celebration in Brighton


Lyudmila Balabay

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Multicultural center and folk dance club “Kaleidoscope” invites you to a fiery Maslenitsa celebration on Brighton Beach. Come to Brighton 1st Pl at 13:30 on Saturday, March 16, and get a lot of pleasure and fun from the street dance show, which will be staged by the young, but already incredibly professional students of “Kaleidoscope”!

The ensemble consists of Russian-speaking children from 4 to 20 years old from dozens of countries. The team was organized by Valentin Usmanov, who came to New York from Ukraine. His wife, Victoria Markelova, teaches choreography at the dance school. Over the years of working together, many children in “Kaleidoscope” have become family for Valentin and Victoria.

That is why the couple could not ignore the family holiday of Maslenitsa and decided to organize folk festivities for all residents of Brighton. The mayor's office of New York went along with this idea and allowed Kaleidoscope to block the streets for dancing. So there's plenty of room for everyone to have fun! Come and bring your friends!

The Kaleidoscope club brings together children of various nationalities, cultures and religions, speaking different languages. They are united by a love of dance, history and ethnic traditions, which they study together with choreography.

“Folk dance is spectacular. Men's folk dance is part of martial arts. We have our own unique teaching methodology, which, combined with the hard work of children and parents, in just a few years has allowed us to become one of the most professional dance groups in New York,” Usmanov said proudly.

And he is not exaggerating: the pupils "Kaleidoscope" They are invited to events and festivals in different parts of the USA, they have received awards in many competitions - they even performed at the UN. The team is known and loved far beyond New York.

So don’t miss the opportunity to watch performances of cool dancers for free, and plunge into the atmosphere of the culture of your native country!

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