07 November 2018 - The "Tradition of dance and music in Central Europe" Manifestation started on Tuesday, November 6, with the organization "Open Dance House" - interactive music and dance evenings featuring artists from five Central European countries and Montenegro with interested fellow citizens.
The main goal of the organizers of this event is for participants to teach each other different dance moves and steps as parts of traditional dance types of the country from which they come from. During this event, the participants also wanted to emphasize their countries’ customs and tradition.
This two-day international event began with an interactive music and dance spectacle in which numerous dance enthusiasts participated, and on Wednesday, November 7, a gala concert was held at the Great Hall of the Cultural Information Centre “Budo Tomović“, starting at 8 pm, for which the citizens showed great interest.
The concert featured music duo Agnes Palmisano and Andreas Teufel (Austria), Tomáš Kočko & Orchestra (Czech Republic), Zagyva Bend (Hungary), Tęgie Chłopy Band (Poland) musician Vladimir Homola (Slovakia) and Folklore Ensemble CIC “Budo Tomović".
The second night of the manifestation was opened by the State Secretary of the Ministry of Culture Dražen Blažić, Hungarian Ambassador to Montenegro, József Négyesi and Snežana Burzan, director of CIC "Budo Tomovic".