(HBO) - The festival of the public performance in Cao Phong district in 2019 has really become a festival of the actors, the artisans and the people of Cao Phong district. With over 60 featured songs, dances and music performed by the public performing arts teams, the festival has brought a rich colorful picture, introducing the special local culture and has left a lot of emotions for the viewers.

The dancing performance "The beauty and flavor of Thang Muong" by Bac Phong commune at the festival of the public performance in Cao Phong district in 2019.

Mr. Bui Van Hung, the Deputy Director of Cao Phong Center for Culture, Sports and Information, says that this festival of the public performance has been highly appreciated in terms of quality and quantity. The mass cultural movement in the district has been maintained and increasingly developed, spreading and attracting a large number of people to participate. The quality of the movement has also been improved. The content of activities of the performing arts teams at the grassroots is folk songs, folk dance, traditional musical instruments, traditional costumes and so on. This is a factor contributing to preserving the traditional beauty and the cultural identity of the nation.

Currently, 100% of the villages, the hamlets and the residential areas have performing arts teams, each team has from 20 to 30 members. Every year, besides the competitions and the performances of the public performance, the propaganda are held periodically and the localities, the agencies, schools also organize many competitions, performances, festivals of arts performances associated with the great holidays, the great local events of the localities and units with a wide variety of topics.

The members of the public performing arts teams are also active propagandists in propagating the guidelines of the Party, the policies and the laws of the State, contributing to the prevention and control of the social evils and building a cultural life at the grassroots level.

 

 


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