Monday, 18 June 2012

Salıpazarı Anaokulu-Turkey Eurodance 2012

Saturday, 16 June 2012

Larbert Village, Scotland

Greetings from Scotland

Here is our dance called the Virginia Reel. We hope you enjoy it.

Good luck to everyone!

Clover Kindergarten, Bulgaria

Hello from Bulgaria

Dance "diamond" related to our village lazarouvane General Inzovo. It involved only girls. Lazalkite singing for health for all members of families who attend.

We wish success to all participants.


Dear friends,

We are all 11 and 12 years old and we are very excited to be taking part in Eurodance 2012. We would like to present you our students performing a traditional Polish dance called “Oberek”. This dance consists of many lifts and jumps and it is danced by couples who are placed on a circle and rotate both around the whole circle and around their own axis (to the right). We have really enjoyed practicing and filming our dance. We danced “Oberek” during our school festivities in June 2012. We hope you are going to enjoy watching our kids dancing :). Good luck to all of you! Greetings from Chalin in Poland.

Friday, 15 June 2012

Centro Escolar do Douro - Kindergarten, Penafiel - Portugal

After an hard work day in the field, men and women enjoy the moments of pause to relax and dance beautiful traditional songs. Here is one of the best known among the smallest: Rosinha do meio, a traditional  song played by a group of women, Sete Saias.

Tuesday, 12 June 2012

Dance of children from Galanta - Slovakia

Monday, 11 June 2012

SP1 Piastów Polonez Polska

Sunday, 10 June 2012

Gimnazjum Daleszyce Polonaise

Gimnazjum Daleszyce, Poland

Friday, 8 June 2012

Spetalen School, Råde, Norway.

Hello everyone!
Here is the Norwegian contribution.
We wish you all the best of luck!

Eurodance 2012, Spetalen School, Råde, Norway.

Thursday, 7 June 2012

Our dance for competition (JI/EB1 Tojais - Penafiel)

The Backsmiths ball was the only balls of events Penafiel's Corpus Christi, unique in the country that has never stopped performing. This dance also called dance of swords because of their spectacular choreography is the most important and makes the guard of honor of the Blessed Sacrament. People said that the procession of Corpus Christi can not leave without this ball. This ball is unique in the country, was recovered in 2008 representing the office of the masons, portrays the day-to-day work of this class.

Wednesday, 6 June 2012

Lithuanian folk dance "Pupos" ("Beans")

The dance is created according to Lithuanian folk tale "A Bean" and  Lithuanian folk song "An Old Man was angry and scolded the children ...".
This is a playful children's dance  with simple shapes. The movements illustrate the text of the song: planting, watering, growing the bean, and the boys are playing the angry elderly, who chastise the children for picking beans.

Saturday, 2 June 2012

Eurodance 2012: from Norway!

Tuesday, 22 May 2012


Wednesday, 2 May 2012

SP 1 Piastów, Poland

Monday, 23 April 2012

Kindergarten "Clover" - Bulgaria

Introducing Spetalen School from Norway

Introducing Spetalen school from Norway
Here is the Norwegian entry. We are pupils from 7th grade, and are going to dance a Norwegian traditional folk dance, called reinlender. Reinlender is the most common pair dance within “gammaldans” (which translates to "old dance"), a small set of nordic dances that became broadly popular in the late 19th century.
This year students from the teaching education have come to teach us the dance. We danced and filmed just a few days ago, at a beautiful place called Saltholmen. We had a fantastic day out in the sun, dancing in our national costumes.
We are glad to present our Norwegian dance in the Eurodance project 2012, and we look forward to see the different dances from our partner schools all over Europe.

Sunday, 22 April 2012

Larbert Village - Scotland

Here is a short video about our school and class.

Larbert Village - Scotland

Official Scottish Tourism Video for Scotland

Szkola Podstawowa - Poland