25 November 2015     Festivals  Awards 

International Grand Festival "Magical Bridges of Vienna and Prague" is a unique cultural event that takes place in two beautiful European capitals, Vienna and Prague twice a year - in late March and early November. Grand festival gives an opportunity to participate in two prestigious international competitions and festivals: "Stars of Prague" and "Stars of Vienna." Famous Czech and Austrian specialists in the field of culture and the arts are invited for international juries.

This year from 1 to November 5 V Grand Festival "Magical Bridges of Vienna and Prague" gathered about 600 participants from more than twelve countries! Participants included groups and soloists from Armenia (Yerevan), Austria (Vienna), Bulgaria (Razlog, Dobrich, Plovdiv), Belarus (Pinsk, Lida, Minsk), Czech Republic (Prague), the Islamic Republic of Iran (Tehran), India (Surat ), Indonesia (Yogyakarta), Latvia (Riga), Lithuania (Kaunas), Ukraine (Dnipropetrovsk), Russia (Moscow region, St. Petersburg, Vsevolozhsk, Stavropol, Severodvinsk, Arkhangelsk).

All participants were awarded with certificates of participation diplomas winner of the 1st, 2nd and 3rd place winner of the Grand Prix and medals in Vienna and Prague. At the festival in Vienna and Prague ensembles and groups were honored with a large trophy and soloists and duets were small statuette.

 

The undisputed winner and holder of the GRAND PRIX FESTIVAL and GRANT is CAMBER ORCHESTRA from the State College of Music "Lida" (Belarus). All teachers, choreographers, group leaders and ensemble also received diplomas from the the festival.
Next VI Grand Festival "Magical Bridges of Vienna and Prague" will be held from March 30 to April 4, 2016 in Prague and Vienna.

The main purpose of the VI Grand Festival "Magical Bridges of Vienna and Prague" is to bring new and interesting young talents together, to present their skills and cultural traditions to the public, to help creating new friendships, to enrich the multinational culture based on mutual respect to the traditions of all nations and countries around the world, to promote child and youth work, to improve professional skills and qualifications of teachers and leaders.