Indonesian dance wins general foe in Bulgaria

London (ANTARA News) – Saman dance from Indonesia, that was displayed by a Kencana Pradipa Dance Team of a Psychological dialect of University of Indonesia (UI), won a 2017 Folklore of a World Championship Grand Prix in Sveti Vlas, Bulgaria.

The Indonesian group also won bullion award in a Folklore Ensembles difficulty and Folklore Instrumental Group, First Secretary to a Information, Social and Cultural affairs during a Indonesian Embassy in Sofia, Nurul Sofia, told Antara here on Monday.

On a final night, a Indonesian group of around 30 people competed with participants from Latvia, Russia, Croatia, Moldova, and Bulgaria.

The Saman dance was achieved with sparkling choreography, while singing and relocating their hands and heads simultaneously, and changeable to emanate other formations such as minute V, 3 tiny groups, and afterwards behind to a strange position that done a assembly extol a performance.

In a meantime, Indonesian envoy to Bulgaria, Sri Astari Rasjid, voiced her honour and appreciation for a Kencana Pradipa Dance Team that brought a name of a republic on an general level.

According to a dance manager Donny Yoshinda, a sum of 4 dances, including a Saman dance from Aceh, Wanoja Bentang Dance from Sunda, Tembang Kembang Selaras from Betawi (Jakarta), and Papeda Dance from Papua, were prepared forward of a competition.

Reported by Zeynita Gibbons



Article source: http://www.antaranews.com/en/news/112411/indonesian-dance-wins-international-competition-in-bulgaria

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