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ვაჯთა ფოლკლორული ანსამბლი ”მძლევარი”

Boys Folk Choir "Mdzlevari"

Zip code0108
Address10 Chovelidze str.
Phone number+995 577 425 684
Choir typechór męski
Age Group----
Exists since1994
Languages of communication Georgian, Russian,
Entered 2012-12-15
Updated 2014-08-29
Moderator Zurab Sparsiashvili
Achiko Roinishili
Kakhaber Onashvili

Days and hours of choir repetitions
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The aim of the leaders of "Mdzlevari" is to promote the interest towards the folk music and to make the folk song unseparable part of life for the Georgian young generation.

There are more than 50 boys in the choir. "Mdzlevari" systematically holds concerts, participates in television and radio programs thus popularizing Georgian folk music. During its not too long period "Mdzlevari" has won many prizes participating in the festivals and deservedly is one of the best choirs among many others. The ensemble is the first prize winner of the country festival "Golden Eagle", first prize at the First World Youth`s Competition in Georgia, first prizes also at Tbilisi folklore festival, Georgian folk songs festival and the festival of "the Voices of the Future". The choir is the prize winner of Valeri Gergiev Moscow Easter Festival and for the professional performance it has also won the first prize at Pomorie (Bulgaria) festival of Orthodox Voices. The ensemble successfully performed in Macedonia, Bulgaria, Egypt, Switzerland, St. Petersburg and Moscow together with "Rustavi" and Tbilisi Symphonic Orchestra conducted by Vakhtang Kakhidze.

The repertoire of "Mdzlevari" includes more than 60 songs from different regions of Georgia. Gocha Beriashvili is sharing the secrets and mastery of playing the ancient Georgian folk instruments with the youth. He is the devoted successor of the virtuous instrumentalist Omar Kelaptrishvili.
The youngsters perform the songs of different genre and from different regions of Georgia. Such as "Imeruli Mkhedruli" (Imeretian war song), Acharian, Kakhetian and Lechkhumian "Makruli" (wedding songs), work songs "Kanuri", "Imeruli Naduri" and Megrelian "Ocheshkhvei", Kakhetian and Rachian versions of "Alilo" (Christmas song), "Samgzavro Perkhuli" (traveller`s round-dance song), Svanetian "Kviria" (mourning song) and Megrelian "Nana" (lullaby) and many others

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Fantastyczni! Tu próbka ich możliwości: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EV03dJXR2_0 Serdeczne pozdrowienia dla dyrygenta i prezesa! :) Damy Wam znać, jak będą w Polsce - to jeden z chórów, którego wypada posłuchać ;)
Author: Justyna Dziuma, Data : 2012-12-16 07:30
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