RUSSIA

FOLK ENSEMBLE “KLADETS”

The ensemble “Kladets” was founded in 1995 in the Palace of Culture and Sport – “Yakovlevskoye” in 2000 it got the title “The model One”.

The collective consists of about 100 people from 7 to 24.

The art manager of the ensemble is Tatiana Razboyeva, an Honoured Culture Worker RF. The musical manager is Vyacheslav Urskov, an Honoured Culture Worker MR. The manager of the orchestra group is Vladimir Kulakov. Dance producer is Tatiana Gvozdeva an Honoured Culture Worker RF.

The repertoire of the collective is wide and varied. There are a lot of songs of different regions of Russia: lyric, ring – dancing, folk dancing, chastushki games: “Barynya”, “Matanya”, kadrili and others.

There are some folk performances in the repertoire: “Ivan Kupala’s Night”, “Fair”, “Shrovetide”, “Trinity”, “Kuznetsov Games”, “Nice – Spring”, “The Way to the Temple”, “Kuz’ma – Demjan”, “Dolls Wedding”.

The ensemble took part in regional, All – Russian and international festivals and contests often got Grand Prize and was the First Degree Laureate repeatedly.

The ensemble takes part in district and region cultural events actively. It also takes part in festivals and competitions in Russia and aboard (Ukraine, Belorussia, Turkey, Italy, Portugal, Hungary, Bulgaria, Czech Republic and France).

In 2011 the ensemble “Kladets” got the Grand Prize of the IV All – Russian festival – contest of folk art “The keepers of the Russia’s heritage (Krasnogorsk town).

In 2012 and 2013 the collective got the Grand Prize of the International festival of Friendship, sport and art “The Roses of Bulgaria”.

In 2013 ensemble “Kladets” took part in XVI International Folklore Festival Veliko Tarnovo in Bulgaria.

The folk ensemble “Kladets” comes to the creation of original and interesting dancing and folk performances through creative search, rutting soal and part of its heart in it.

The participants of the collective “Kladets” are the young keepers of history and cultural legacy of musical art of Russia, with its spiritual and centuries – old folk traditions.