Authentic Krutushka: how the annual ethnic festival near Kazan went

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Yesterday, near Kazan, on the territory of recreational and educational complex Baytik finished the annual festival Krutushka where the lovers of modern ethno-music and authentic folklore gathered.

As usual, for the guests of the festival there were held master classes, crafts fair, art projects. The participants in the musical part were the Buryat band Namgar, the trio of Sergey Klevensky Kle2Go, Argymak, Torama, Bognar Szilvia es az etNoe from Budapest.

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