Almost a year ago, our community created YouTUBE channel to share the most interesting video materials. How was our year of 2015? Who and how much had watched? Which country got the most views? Which are the best videos of the year? You can answer all of these questions by watching our sum-up video. We understand that numbers are not huge, but they are very important for our community, because only the real fans of Ukrainian Dance watch them. Thanks everyone for being with us
New Year. Christmas. These are very special times for each and every one of us. In Ukraine, the festivities usually began on January 6 with Christmas Eve and ended on January 19 with Epiphany, with New Year in the middle – January 14 (people in Ukraine now celebrate January 1, but also don’t turn down an opportunity to party an extra time, according to the old tradition). Entering a new period, a new year, we sanctify this time with the best feelings, wishes of good luck, hea
We all know that part of being a Ukrainian dancer is the camaraderie and the good times. With that often comes the parties, the zabava’s the drinks and the food. Not to mention all the weddings and Christmas parties. Then comes easter and before you know it - it’s summer and the beers taste so good!
Well just before we dig into our Christmas feasting season - it’s not a bad time to reflect on, as dancers, how healthy eating can affect our health and ultimately our d
“A perfect first Nutcracker for many generations …. A powerful and beautiful thing to behold.”
Edmonton Journal Edmonton, AB – Canada’s Ukrainian Shumka Dancers are thrilled to announce the return of Clara’s Dream, Edmonton’s Ukrainian Nutcracker. In celebration of the Christmas season, Clara’s Dream takes to the stage of the Northern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium – December 29 & 30, 2015. (December 29 at 7:30pm; December 30 at 2pm & 7:30pm.) Tickets are available now at Ti