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Krupitskiye Musyki

The "Krupitskiye Musyki", an Honoured amateur folk group of the Republic of Belarus, started to perform in 1982. Vladimir Grom, the director of the Center of Culture in the village of Krupitsa, together with the choreographer Georgy Chorny created one of the best amateur folk groups in Belarus which includes musicians, singers and dancers.

The "Krupitskiye Musyki's'" repertoire are Belarusian folk melodies and songs, dances which are performed in a picturesque way: fascinating instrumental melodies, lyrical and jocular songs, original choreographic performances and traditional dances.

Vladimir Nikolaevich Grom

Grom V.N. Vladimir Nikolaevich Grom (1951 – 2008) – Honoured culture worker of the Republic of Belarus.

He was born in the village of Semuradtsy, Zhitkovichy district, Gomel region. He worked as the director of the Center of Culture in the village of Krupitsa in Minsk district since 1976. He was the art director of the "Krupitskiye Musyki" - an Honoured amateur folk group

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