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Students from Russian schools in Australia performed at children's creativity festival
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Students of Russian schools in Australia and Russian-speaking creative bands took part in the traditional festival of children's and youth creativity, which was held in Sydney, the Edinenie newspaper reports.
The festival was organized with the participation of the Russian Club and the DoReMix Theater; students of Russian schools, members of creative bands and talented soloists performed at it. They sang songs and poems in Russian, presented theatrical performances and dances.
Sydney's leading Russian schools, which have been conducting Russian language classes for their compatriots for many decades, took an active part in the festival. Also, according to tradition, Russian-language ensembles, choirs, and theater studios joined the holiday.
During the festival, a jury worked and winners were determined in various categories.
The parents of the young performers noted that they are glad that there are schools and clubs in Australia that allow children to learn the Russian language, get acquainted with the culture of Russia and engage in art.