Atelier Grundtvig la Montlucon – Martie 2014

In perioada 12-16 martie 2014, Valentina Ical si Lavinia Toader au participat la un Parteneriat Grundtvig “New Life to Traditional Stories” in Montluçon, Franta tinut cu sprijinul asociatiei franceze PasPartout.

Timp de cinci zile, alaturi de participanti din Finlanda, Estonia, Italia si Portugalia, au avut ocazia sa descopera cultura franceza si imbinarea acesteia cu cea africana. Sprijiniti de Didier Pajot, au invatat elemente de percutie catand la tobe africane, trianglu si alte instrumente fascinante din lumea africana.

Dupa o primire foarte calduroasa si voioasa, fiind intampinate inca din gara de artisti percutionisti care au tinut un mic spectacol pentru participanti, au mai  fost invitate la concerte tinute de localnici in parteneriat cu membrii comunitatii africane.

La seara interculturala fiecare echipa si-a prezentat tara, apoi toti participantii si invitatii din comunitatea locala au putut degusta produsele traditionale ale celorlalte tari participante.

In plus, au avut ocazia de a cunoaste orasul,   s-au plimbat, au vizitat principalele atractii si s-au bucurat de faimosul croissant .IMG_20140313_172702

Between 12 to 16 March 2014, Valentina Ical and Lavinia Toader attended a Grundtvig Partnership “New Life to Traditional Stories” in Montlucon France held with the support of the French association PasPartout. 

For five days, together with participants from Finland, Estonia, Italy and Portugal they had the opportunity to discover French culture and its joining with the African culture. With the support of Didier Pajot, they learnt some percussion elements of the African drums, triangle and other African fascinating instruments.  IMG_20140315_095949

After a very warm and cheerful welcoming, with percussionists artists who held a show for attendees, they were invited to concerts held in partnership with members of the locals and African community. 
At the intercultural evening each team presented its country and then all participants and guests from the local community could taste traditional products of the other participating countries. 
In addition, they had the opportunity to know the city, they walked and visited the main attractions and they enjoyed the famous croissant.IMG_20140315_164050

Advertisements

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s