Midsummer Night was a special moment of spring and summer solstice, a feast of four elements: water, fire, darkness and light, taking place on St. John’s Eve. In order to make this great Slavic tradition closer, about 30 dancers of the Folk Song and Dance Ensemble „Częstochowa” perform a show containing customs connected with the magic Midsummer Night.
Jumping over a fire, dancing around the fireplace with a torch, letting go of wreaths on the water are just few of the attractions you will be able to admire during the show. A unique atmosphere of mysteriousness during an evening concert, accompanied by selected music pieces, has a form of a Slavic love feast and may be a great alternative for American Valentine’s Day.
Midsummer Night is a full-length ceremonial performance, prepared by Jarosław Świątek, who is the ballet manager of the Polish National Song and Dance Ensemble “Sląsk” and the artistic manager and choreographer of Ensemble “Częstochowa”.
Duration: about 55 minutes
The necessary technical requirements:
- river (between the audience and the stage)
- a boat with a rower
- two fire pyres
- stage sound and lighting systems
- technical staff
For more information contact the manager of the Ensemble, Mrs Danuta Morawska
Mob. 0048 604 75 96 02, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org