Ancient Greek dance by the Caryatids @ 6th Bollywood & Multicultural Dance Festival

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Video

Ibolya Horváth
by Bollywood & Multicultural Dance Festival
published on 09 November 2020

Caryatids Ancient Greek Dance Company of Dora Stratou Theater

Dancers:
Ms. Anah Sari
Ms. Svetlana Volkova
Ms. Nataliya Dovhopol
Ms. Katerina Tsagka
Ms. Rossella Rubini

The Bollywood and Multicultural Dance Festival is Greece's biggest Bollywood festival and one of Europe’s biggest since 2013. The Primary aim of this festival has always been to focus on Cultural Diversity and Intercultural Dialogue, International in true sense, based on co-operation with organizations in various countries across the world. Taking place every summer, BMDF is the most unique dance-related happening of the season, and thus is widely covered by the local and international media.

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Festival, B. &. M. D. (2020, November 09). Ancient Greek dance by the Caryatids @ 6th Bollywood & Multicultural Dance Festival. World History Encyclopedia. Retrieved from https://www.worldhistory.org/video/2182/ancient-greek-dance-by-the-caryatids--6th-bollywoo/

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