In the evening of November 24th, at the Provincial Cultural Palace, the Department of Culture, Sports and Tourism organized a public performance, summarizing and awarding the Folk Art Festival of Ethnic Minorities in 2023 in Hoa Binh province with the theme "Preserving and promoting the traditional cultural identity of the ethnic minorities in Hoa Binh province”.

The special performance of Lac Thuy district at the closing night.

After 2 days, 300 officials, artisans, and actors from 10 districts and the city presented contest contents including poetry, dance, music, performing a typical folk-art program, an excerpt typical local festival, focusing on the theme of preserving and promoting the heritage values of the ethnic minorities in the province.

According to the assessment of the Organizing Committee, the participating teams have invested and staged quite elaborately, ensuring the requirements of content, theme and artistic quality. A lot of unique performances have attracted the attention and follow-up of the audience such as the poetry performances: Telling stories about the past life of Tan Lac district, Nang Nga with two termites, Thuong dang and Bo met singing, going out on the street of Muong ethnic group, singing love-making folk songs of Mong ethnic group, singing to bring children to the husband's house of Tay ethnic group... Especially in terms of traditional cultural rituals, festivals, ceremony excerpts are simulated and staged with bold cultural characteristics. cultivating the beliefs of the peoples.

The Folk Art Festival of the ethnic minorities in Hoa Binh province has contributed to evaluating the results of the cultural and artistic activities and propaganda work, protecting and promoting the value of the cultural heritage of the ethnic minorities in the province. At the same time, it is an opportunity for the officials, the artisans, and the actors to exchange and learn about expertise and operations...

As a result, the Organizing Committee awarded 50 prizes for 4 contents. In which, A awards were awarded in the following contents: 6 awards has been awrded to the the poetry; 3 prizes to dancing, 3 prizes to music, 5 prizes to the festival excerpt. Prize A for the entire group was awarded to 5 units: Tan Lac, Lac Son, Hoa Binh city, Luong Son, Kim Boi. The organizing committee also rewarded 4 units that well organized the Ethnic Minority Folk Arts Festival at the facility.

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