A New Year’s Greeting for 2009

From the festival world of KadmusArts:

May we all create a festival life in 2009!

From all of us at KadmusArts,
Best wishes for the New Year!

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5 Responses to “A New Year’s Greeting for 2009”

  1. Andrew Yarosh
    December 22nd, 2008 16:28

    Now that was fun. Joyous Jollydays to everyone!

  2. Mariana Bekerman
    December 26th, 2008 00:05

    Excellent glimpse of the arts!

  3. Paul Doppelt
    November 17th, 2009 12:07

    I have a slew of great pictures from the 2009 festivals Lubriphonic played. I would love to share some with you all.


  4. Arif Sönmez
    November 17th, 2009 14:21

    Dear Fr?ends of Culture,

    It’s great honour for us to invite you to Greece..Prefecture of Skioni
    I.?nternat?onal meeting of Ch?ldren and Youth Folkdance and Folk mus?c Ensembles..For the year 2010, the Fest?val will be held in the period from 12 – 17. June and 22 – 27.August 2010.
    The Fest?val is open the amateur Folklore Ensembles of Dancing and Music groups with live or recorded music and for part?c?pants between the ages 10 to 30 years old.
    x Accomodat?on in a Gogakou Folk Camp. http://www.gogakou.gr
    x Three meals perday/perperson
    x No limit on the number of people to part?c?pate in Fest?val.
    x Free excursions to the seas?de,swimming pool,parties and all camp activites..
    x A gu?de for each group speaking English.
    x Diploma and some gifts for each person
    x Normal medical care

    Arr?val Date : 12.06.2010 & 22.08.2010 (Afternoon)
    Dep. Date : 17.06.2010 & 27.08.2010 (After the breakfast)
    Full registration / person : 130 Euro…
    For each participant team there will be two(2) free of charge..

    Best Regards,

    Arif Sönmez

    The D?rector of Anatol?an Folk Dance Groups,
    General Representat?ve of The Gogakou Folk Camp..
    Fest?val Organ?zer

    @ : turkei_iov@yahoo.com info@anatolianfolk.com
    web. http://www.anatolianfolk.com http://www.gogakou.gr

  5. KadmusArts - where culture speaks » Blog Archive » The World’s Festivals, Your Photos
    November 30th, 2009 05:52

    [...] an example, and inspiration, here is last year’s New Year’s greeting: http://kadmusarts.com/blog/?p=799.   And, as always, let us know how we can help highlight festival work and connect audiences to [...]

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