European dances

Los Vivancos presents 'Born to Dance'

Los Vivancos, which consists of seven brothers known as the princes of Flamenco, will take the stage in Istanbul once again, with their newest show "Born to Dance" that premiered in April in Madrid.

In the show, the brothers dance to many popular songs from artists such as Metallica, Deep Purple and Leonard Cohen.  

Bulgaria's Kalofer Celebrates Epiphany with Traditional Male River Dance

The Bulgarian town of Kalofer celebrated on Wednesday the feast day of Epiphany with a traditional dance performed by local men in the icy waters of the river Tundzha.

The participants performed the traditional Bulgarian dance of horo, but with only men allowed in it, accompanied by musicians playing bagpipes.

Serbian-Jewish Choral Society performs on April 20

BELGRADE - The Serbian-Jewish Choral Society will hold a concert at Dom Vojske in Belgrade on April 20 in honour of the friendly relations between Serbia and Israel and to mark Pesach and Easter.

The programme will include Jewish and Israeli music that stresses the common roots, intertwined traditions and coexistence of the two nations, the society said in a statement.

Torobaka: A fascinating show that fuses kathak and flamenco at the OCC (Video)

A fascinating show that fuses kathak and flamenco, two dynamic and passionate dance styles, will be presented at Onassis Cultural Center from March 10-15.

Titled Torobaka (meaning bull cow) the show brings two firebrands together on stage. The risk-takers in question are Israel Galván and Akram Khan, promising an explosive mix.

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