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Our ensemble not only deals with dances from our region, i.e. Hanácké Slovácko, but we also process, for example, traditional dances from Kopanice, Strání and Kyjovské. Our choreographies are both dance and scenic.


Hanácké Slovácko

Choreography composed of figure dances of Hanácké Slovácko such as šotyš, jewish, kalamayka and wheel dances such as tajč and polka. It is very rhythmic and enriched with lifts.

Slovenské z Milotic - "Hlubočí"

Hlubočí, or called too Slovenské z Milotic, which consists of three parts - pre-singing, swirling and pre-kicking with underspinning. The dance is rhythmic with a love theme.


Kopanice & Korytné

Kopanice and Korytné - these two dances from villages bordering Slovakia contain elements close to Slovak folklore. These are more complex dances with gradual gradation, variations of lifts and use of space.


It is typically a male dance. During the singing, the men hold each other's arms, and after each stanza a dance begins. This dance has rules that are different for each region. (On November 25, 2005, Mr. Kochiro Matsuura, Director General of UNESCO, declared the Slovak Verbunk dance a Masterpiece of the Oral and Intangible Heritage of Humanity.)



"Gossip Girls" - Klebetnice choreography is a purely female thing. It is a dance-scenic form of choreography where singing predominates, but dance also has its role here.

Girls' comedy skit about spreading gossip in the village. The girls gather here like grandmothers in the village and together they gossip and gossip about each other. They analyze what's new and create a very nice atmosphere on stage with small dance variations.


Stage-dance choreography describing the story of recently discharged boys who want to enjoy their last single night with their girls before going to war. A cheerfully melodramatic course that ends with a fall at the front to the sound of a military drum.

The boys train and prepare for battle using verbunk, rhythmic, and cadet steps. After the demanding training, the boys find themselves at the front, where all of them, exhausted, lay down their lives.
The girls, to the sound of a solo song, come to their fallen loved one, where they say goodbye to him for the last time.


Podšable & Strání

The "Podšable" dance is mainly danced at the Fašanka festivities. 

It is a male dance with sabers, whose roots reach back to the end of the 18th century.

The boys dance a choreography under the direction of the main dancer, who accompanies them with singing.

After the boys exit, the girls take the stage and the choreography of The Page begins.

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