ChTZ-Sponsored Children’s Dancing Club Wins in International Contest

February 19, 2013. Child dancers from Poisk, a drama club from Chelyabinsk Tractor Plant’s Palace of Culture run by Olga Osnovina, won in the international children’s art contest called On the Banks of the Neva. The children were given first prizes in two categories: folk and stage dance, Uralvagonzavod Corporation’s press office reports.

The young first-time performers aged six to nine had to compete quite fiercely with the more experienced contestants from Moscow, Saint Petersburg, Samara, and other large Russian cities. However, the board of jurors found it quite fair to award two first prizes to the Chelyabinsk-based dancers only, as their performances (Ural Rowan-Tree, Russian Nursery Rhymes, Little Dancing Bears, and Joyful Macarena) really stole the show.

The choreographers present at the contest commented on the techniques that were quite suitable for the dancers’ age and on the storyline-based sketches.

The four- and five-year old dancers proved everyone’s particular object of affection.


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