KAZIUKI IN WRZEŚNIA

March 2 Folkloristic Group "Wielkopolanie" at the invitation of the Local governer in cooperation with the town hall presented itself at the Wrzesinski Culture Center during three concerts as part of the Vilnius Kaziuki - at 14.00 17.00 and 20.00, each of them guaranteed interesting, colorful and loud fun .

Although the tradition has lasted since the seventeenth many, the celebration in honor of Saint. Kazimierz, the patron of Poland and Lithuania, has been celebrated in Września since 2007, but for this year's concerts, all tickets went like "hot cakes" in ten minutes.

For almost two hours on stage, together with "Wielkopolanie", there was a women's vocal group Mejszagolanki from the Lithuanian town of Mejszagoła. The ladies from Lithuania, who work every day at school, with a beautiful borderland accent performed songs about love and their two homelands. In turn, dancers from Poznań together with their musical band presented a broad cross-section of Polish dances, costumes and folk customs. Just by the unexpected entrance from the lobby in the procession of disguises, they "bought" the audience.

Viewers quickly, virtually without any resistance, let themselves be carried away by Jacek Krajniak, who leads the whole world to singing, applauding and rocking together.

Also on the stage were the representatives of Vilnius and Vilnius Land Lover Society Branch in Poznań, which this year celebrates 30 years of its activity.

The performances were accompanied by a fair with traditional Easter palms and regional delicacies.

According to Wrzesinski News, these were the "Best Kaziuki of all!" September, delighted with folk tributes. This year's Polish-Lithuanian folklore mix was especially liked by local audiences.
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