During the period of 30th of September till 2nd of October 2015 in Chisinau will take place the Culture Days of Belarus in the Republic of Moldova. The action is organized by the Ministry of Culture of Belarus in partnership with the Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Moldova with the support of the Embassy of Belarus in Moldova. The program includes actions that promote the traditions and customs from Belarus and to intensify the cultural relations of cooperation between those two countries.
The inauguration ceremony will take place on 30th of September at 18:00, at the National Philharmonic "Sergei Lunchevici". At the event will be shown a concert by folk music state ensemble "Cвята", led by Honored Artist of the Republic of Belarus, Anatoly Kashtalapov. Ensemble "Cвята" will perform at the Municipal Palace of Culture from Bălți on 1st of October. Formed in 1984 at the State Philharmonic from Belarus, the ensemble is the first professional folk band that began to revive folk music heritage of the country. The combination of music, executed by the ancient traditional instruments and dance made it possible to create programs of live concert, realized with great success both at home and abroad in the four thousand concerts.
Another event organized at the Culture Days of Belarus is the exhibition of arras "Каляровая нізка" that will be inaugurated at the National Philharmonic "Sergei Lunchevici" on September 30, at 17:00 o’clock. The exhibition will present 16 works of famous artists, members of the Artists Union of Belarus, executed in different directions of textile art. All entries are created under traditional culture weaving, embroidery, textile mosaic, by using stylistic and technological methods, as well as Yuta, the synthetic and ceramics, contemporary Belarus applied-decorative art.
Also in this period, at the Centre of Culture and Art “Odeon” will be screened several Belarus films including “Белые росы. Возвращение”, „Следы апостолов”, „Брестская крепость” as well as animated films realized at the studio “Belarusfilm”.