Traditional Czech Dancing and Music @ UMass Lowell, April 14

UMass Lowell this week will host internationally acclaimed folk artists from Prague in the Czech Republic who are touring the United States.  “From Southern Bohemia to Mexico” is a joint project of two dance groups, “Motak” and “Dvorana.” The two dance groups are accompanied by music from “Kvitek.”
The performance, free and open to the public, is set for Thusday, April 14, at 7.30 pm in Durgin Concert Hall, at  61 Wilder Street on the UMass Lowell South Campus. Parking is available in the University lot on Wilder Street. This is a program of the Music on the Merrimack Concert Series, sponsored by the UMass Lowell Department of Music and Center for Arts and Ideas.

One Response to Traditional Czech Dancing and Music @ UMass Lowell, April 14

  1. Dean says:

    I was in Czechoslovakia a few months after the Velvet Revolution. I met many people who took part in the revolution. I have been there twice. The Czech people love the United States. The Czech people even under communism were 100% literate. The university should recruit Czech players to play on the UMASS/Lowell hockey team. Then we would be in the top tier in Hockey East. I will make every effort to attend.