05 July 2010, Monday, 16:53
author: Elmira Sabirova
Representatives of Bashkortostan have successfully performed at the 2nd International Folk Art Festival for Disabled People — Life of Infinite Possibilities that took place in Moscow.
It needs to mention that this year it was held within the framework of the festivities devoted to the 20th anniversary of Moscow State Social and Humanitarian Institute, which is a unique Russian educational institution providing coeducation of young people with musculoskeletal disorders and their healthy peers.
Young people from Moscow, St. Petersburg, Ufa and Ryazan, Tver, Novosibirsk, Tambov, Lipetsk, Kaliningrad, Kirov, Moscow regions, Krasnodar and Altai Territories, five countries of the near abroad (Ukraine, Belarus, Armenia, Azerbaijan and Turkey) participated in the contest.
Contestants competed in a great variety of fields from technical creativity to vocalism, gestural singing and dramatic miniatures.
Ludmila Abzalova and Bogdan Bogdar from Ufa became the holders of the Grand Prix in "Vocalism. Gestural singing" category. Another Ufa resident Kristina Fahrutdinova also became a prize holder in this category. She was also awarded in "Artistic and applied art" category.