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The melodies of the Great Steppe were played at the Warsaw airport, in the framework of the President’s article “The Seven Facets of the Great Steppe”


   In the article of the Head of state Nursultan Nazarbayev "Seven facets of the Great steppe" it is said that the "Main subjects, characters and motives of our cultureshould have no borders and should be systematically studied and promoted throughout Central Eurasia and the world as a whole", so this statement today is of great importance for the Kazakh society. In this regard, with the support of the Ministry of culture and sports of the Republic of Kazakhstan creative team of the Kazakh national Academy of arts named after T.K. Zhurgenov paid a visit to a number of European countries including Poland, Czech Republic and Hungary.

   At the airport named after Frederic Chopin at the same time were played kuy and songs on the instruments of dombra, kobyz and zhetygen. An unusual melody has gathered many passengers around the show. After the beautiful melodic songs were staged national dances. The sign of gratitude was approved by the stormy applause and the audience's delight was captured on smartphones. This performance was organized at the airport by the musicians of the National Academy of arts named after T.K. Zhurgenov. A festive surprise in honor of the Day of the First President of Kazakhstan pleased foreigners.

   The Polish spectator Hannah in her interview said: "I really liked the Kazakh folk music and dances. Culture and music of your country fascinates. I have never been to Kazakhstan, but if there is such an opportunity, I will gladly visit Kazakhstan."

   In addition, the folk ensemble of “Alatau” at the gala concert, organized by our Embassy in Warsaw, performed along with Kazakh songs and kui, classic music of Europe. After Warsaw, a cultural festive caravan will continue its journey, on the schedule a trip to Prague on 3 December which ends on December 5 in Budapest.

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