Dance company of the Polish YMCA


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Mazury entertain the midnight revellers at Wilderness Festival
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Camping, cocktail making, cooling off in shady lake, forest foraging, feathers, music & mischief... all part of a wonderful weekend of festivity! Joining a line up that included: Bastille, Groove Armada, Nile Rodgers & Chic, Mazury performances with a difference took place in the beautiful grounds of Cornbury Park in the Cotswolds this weekend during the 2018 WILDERNESS FESTIVAL. Providing an immersive experience for late night revellers who made it to the dell of creativity in the secret piano bar, Mazury were part of the ‘Skilamalink’ family: inviting all to rejoice & relinquish any inhibitions, taking all on a hazy, hedonistic and foot stomping experience until the early hours... Thank you WILDERNESS 2018!

Mazury perform at Ognisko Summer BBQ
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On Sunday 15th July Mazury performed as part of the Ognisko Polskie's Summer Party! This was Mazury's 3rd year and we were delighted to perform there again! This was a BBQ with a difference, there was delicious Polish food to indulge in as everyone relaxed with friends in a leafy spot in South Kensington, with live music from the talented Karolinka London Singers & the wonderfully quirky Mee & the Band. All of this, and the traditional ending of the kominek/campfire singalong, made sure it was another unmissable event!

Mazury join forces with Hunique
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Dance, music, sun & song was the order of the day at this year’s return celebration of Hungarian Culture Day! Thank you to Boldizsar Acsai & Hunique Dance for inviting us to perform. We loved having the chance once again to watch your amazing energy & skills! Anita Dudás, the young children were a credit to you! From hauntingly beautiful a cappella song, to gypsy music & dance, from stunning rhythmic clapping & toe-tapping to the hugely talented band (that included the less commonly heard cimbalom)... Saturday 16th June showcased the very best of Hungary’s rich culture & folk traditions.