15.30-16.45 konkurzanti a malé deti 17.00-18.15 veľkí a starší chlapci ak,máte malé -kroje-čižmy -prineste na výmenu krpce nenoste-to budeme riešiť až keď to naozaj bude potrebné!
The KLNKA children's folk ensemble was founded in 1978 by former members of the Lúčnica folk dance group . It is currently run as a part of the Eugen Suchoň Elementary School for the Arts and its home stage is located in the Dúbravka Cultural Center in Bratislava. Ingrid Saňková is the artistic producer, professor and choreographer of the Klnka ensemble. She works closely with professor Mikuláš Sivý Jr., and together they create a diverse repertory which represents the cultural values of Slovak folk art in a variety of its forms, which are widely appreciated worldwide
Klnka is well-known for its interpretation based on precise technique enriched by the spontaneous playfulness of its members – children and youth aged 4 to 18. The repertory is built on typical dances and songs from various Slovak regions such as Myjava, Horehronie, Liptov, Tekov, Šariš, Podpoľanie, Sedmohradsko, Gemer and Zemplín. The dance acts always highlight various traditions, customs and rituals performed in the Slovak countryside throughout the year and also offer a myriad of dances ranging from Irish, Balcan and many others inspired by trips abroad