Theatrical performance "Mangilik EL" dedicated to the 550 anniversary of Kazakh Khanate

September 11, 2015 in "Barys" Ice Palace held a grand theatrical performance "Mangilik El" dedicated to the 550 anniversary of the Kazakh Khanate. 

September 11, 2015 in "Barys" Ice Palace held a grand theatrical performance "Mangilik El" dedicated to the 550 anniversary of the Kazakh Khanate.

The event was attended by President of RK Nursultan Nazarbayev, participants of the V Summit of Cooperation Council of Turkic Speaking States - Presidents of Azerbaijan I. Aliyev, Kyrgyz Republic A. Atambaev, Speaker of the Turkish Grand National Assembly I.Yylmaz, General Secretary of Cooperation Council of Turkic Speaking States R. Hasanov.

3,000-years of chronicle of the Great Steppe were covered during the event. The theatrical event began with the first tribes of Sakas, Gunas, Sarmatians, ending with recent history of independent Kazakhstan. The performance idea was taken from  President Nursultan Nazarbayev’s "In the stream of history" book. Performance was composed of seven chapters, important pages of the history of country.

Guests of the event were able to learn about the history of the Kazakh Khanate, its historic role in world development. One of the main goals of celebration the anniversary was to raise the cultural and spiritual level, strengthening of patriotism and unity of people.

Exhibition of masters of folk arts and crafts of ethnocultural associations organized by “Kogamdyk kelisim” RSI under the President of RK was as a part of this event.

Variety of handicrafts, souvenirs and gifts in traditional style, made of wood, leather, felt and silver were presented on kerege and tables. Craftsmen represented different regions of the country, and different art schools.

Symbol of the Republican campaign initiated by the APK - "APK -20 good deeds!" took a special place. "Taykazan" filled with recipes with a description of good works was installed on pedestal in the center of the exhibition.

In general, "Mangilik El " event covered various genres of national art: songs, choreography and choral performance and folk arts and crafts.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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