A concert was held in Turkmenistan on the occasion of the 8th March holiday


On the eve of the holiday widely celebrated in Turkmenistan - International Women's Day - a concert of art masters was held at the Mukams Palace of the State Cultural Center.

Working women from different regions of the country, members of the government, deputies of the Mejlis, labor veterans, activists of public organizations, leading production workers representing all sectors of the country's national economy were invited to the concert. Also, the honorary guests of the celebration were employees of diplomatic missions and international structures accredited in Turkmenistan.

The overture of the concert was the literary and musical composition Enä tagzym - mukaddeslige tagzym, performed by soloists, theater artists, a joint ensemble of choreographic and choral groups, including children's choir "Gunesh" and dance group "Showkhun".

A bright mini-performance, created based on the work of the National Leader of the Turkmen people, Chairman of the Halk Maslakhaty Gurbanguly Berdimuhamedov, “Worship of the mother - veneration of the shrine,” became a dedication to the woman-mother.

The concert continued with performances by popular performers of folk and pop songs, musical ensembles and folk groups.

On this day, inspired songs were heard on stage, praising touching kindness and modesty, nobility of the soul and wisdom of the heart, beauty and fidelity, maternal love and tenderness - feelings with which the image of a woman is inextricably linked.

Both masters of musical art and novice but already popular pop singers shone with their talents on stage. A bouquet of musical works of national and foreign classics was presented to the audience by students of the capital's universities.

In the lyrical number Jana-jan enem, the youngest singers and violinists of the ensemble “Mukam” demonstrated their skills and conveyed warmth and love for mothers and grandmothers.

Songs based on poems by Turkmen poets were performed on stage. The special tender tone of the numbers was highlighted by the performances of the State Dance Ensemble of Turkmenistan, the folklore group “Serpaý” and the choreographic groups “Näzli”, “Galkynyş”, “Aşgabat”, “Meňli”, “Altyn miras”, “Laçyn”. All performances were accompanied by videos.

The folk group “Miras” greeted the audience with unanimous applause, performing the kushtdepdi dance, which embodied all the many colors of the Turkmen spring, warming with its warmth the ever-young land of our beloved Fatherland. Kushtdepdi is a colorful example of folk art, included in the UNESCO Representative List of Intangible Cultural Heritage and reflecting the symbiosis of historical and cultural traditions and spiritual experience of the nation.

The final chord of the concert was the song “Bu bagtyýar diýarda zenanlara sarpa bar” performed by all participants of the celebration.

These days, musical performances to commemorate International Women's Day are held in all corners of the country at the best concert venues in the capital and velayats. Representatives of the fair sex everywhere receive warm congratulations and wishes for spring mood, love and joy, peace and prosperity, reports TDH.


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