Festivals in Disneyland
Sympathy of Europarks
Blossoming Czech Online
Czech Fairy Tale
Metamorphosis of Castles
Holiday of Time
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BWDG is one of the most famous competitions that has principles of fair play.
With 18 competition disciplines, all age categories and dance skill levels.
An independent professional jury composed of important personalities of the dance world.
Own grant system of rewards, which gives the opportunity to grow as a personality and dancer. With the possibility to win a dance TOUR to Disneyland.
Bonus system for coaches, choreographers and team leaders.
Dance workshops, camps and foreign guests.
Professional technical equipment
FREE photos and videos – no media fee!
All amateur and professional children’s, youth and adult dance and majorette ensembles, aerobics and fitness teams and other school facilities can take part in the BWDG competition
At the festival Sympathy Europarks you perform your 20-minute program on a luxurious stage with the best lighting and sound equipment and audience from all over the world in the center of Disneyland park in Paris.
It is a great opportunity to visit several European countries at once: Czech Republic, Germany, France, Holland, Austria, etc. Get to know the local culture and attractions
Every group performing styles are WELCOME!
Musicians, Dancers, Folk and Stylized groups, Choirs and Singers, Theater and Artists.
At the festival World of Youth you perform on a luxurious stage with the best lighting and sound equipment and audience from all over the world. A competition is judged by the professional performers of the ship.
Visit amazing places. The most famouse cities and venues in the world. Every day during the cruise participants come to new city or even country. Depending on cruise route it is possible to see up to 5-7 different countries!
So many attractions in one place.
Luxury restaurants with 4 course diners, spa and fittnes centers, swimming pools and slides, cinemas, theaters, bowling, casino and much more.
The jury is formed to evaluate the performances. It includes well-known cultural figures of Europe: professional directors, dancers, choreographers, experienced teachers, writers, artists, musicians.
Miroslava Peshikova is a popular artist of the Czech Republic, prima ballerina of the most famous world venues:
the Paris Opera, the Vienna Opera, the Prague National Theater, the Bolshoi Theater of Moscow.
Petr Zuska – Dancer, choreographer, artistic director of the ballet of the National Theater in Prague. From 1990 to 2016, he staged choreographic projects for: Hamburg Ballett, Ballet Augsburg, Semperoper in Dresden, Latvian National Opera in Riga, Mariinsky Theater, Royal Danish Ballet, West Australian Ballet in Perth, Finnish National Ballet, Boston Ballet, etc.
Shimon Kuban is a dancer, choreographer, teacher. In 2012 he founded the dance company “Sandalfon”. The winner of the choreographic contest in Bytom (Poland).
Since 2015, he dances in the ballet “Rusalka” at the National Theater of Prague.
From 2018 is performing in Berlin national opera house.
Katerina Rodionova – Honored Artist of Ukraine. She performed main parts in the Kiev Opera Theater in ballets: Swan Lake, Giselle, The Nutcracker, Romeo and Juliet, Sleeping Beauty.
Today Katerina is the teacher of the Prague Dance Conservatory, the director of the festivals of the International Youth Forum.
Sergei Skalikov – graduated from the Academy of Arts in Moscow. He has many years of experience in the dance field.
In 2002 he started to work in the South Bohemian Theater as a choreographer and choreographer. In 2005 he opened a ballet school in Cheshski Budejovice.
Leon Kvasnitsova danced in the band Uno, later founded her own band IF, and then opened her studio called Dancehouse in Prague.
She has staged choreography for the musicals Excalibur and Galileo, as well as several TV shows (for example, the Czech Republic is looking for SuperStar or the third season of StarDance).
Jan Maria Dobrodinsky – Professor of the Choral Conducting Department, composer, conductor of the Academy of Bratislava. Honored conductor of the Bratislava Philharmonic.
He is the recipient of the honorable award of the Minister of Culture of the Czech Republic and Slovakia. The owner of the premium Bedrich Smetana.
David Lukash is a musician, composer, conductor. Head of the Chamber Orchestra of Talić.
In 2011 he became the conductor of the Litomyšl Symphony Orchestra. In 2015, he worked with the Czech Symphony Orchestra in Prague.
David Cody – Director, actor, singer, host of concerts at festivals in Prague, Teplice, in Czech Budejovice.
Yarmila Gadrabova – during her creative career, she collaborated with various musical groups: the orchestra Puellarum Pragensis, Musica Bohemica, Prague Royal Orchestra. With the symphony orchestra of Dvorak, during 2001-2008, she played opera performances at the summer festival in Bad Gersfeld and concerts of baroque music. She successfully taught at music schools in Bystrica near Hostynem, Chlomtse nad Cidlina and in Prague Gostevarje, and also has special techniques developed for adults. In 2018, Yarmila Gadrabova accepted the offer to teach at the International Conservatory in Prague.
Adolf Melihar – acted as a correspondent of the Musical Theater Karlin and Chorus Master of the State Opera. Currently he works as a choirmaster and assistant conductor at the Prague State Opera.
Artistic director of the temple building of Prague-Břevnova and often collaborates with the Prague Chamber Choir, especially in the study of classical operatic works.
Damir Basyrov – He graduated with honors from the Nizhny Novgorod State Conservatory. In 2016 he was awarded a state medal for outstanding contribution to the culture of the Russian Federation.
Laureate of international vocal competitions: Karlovy Vary (Czech Republic), Riga (Latvia), Caltanisetta (Italy).