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Cambridge Navroz Celebrations 2015

Organised by Cambridge Central Asia Forum In cooperation with Cambridge Kazakh Society, Cambridge Uzbekistan Society, Cambridge Azerbaijan Society and the Centre for Development Studies, University of Cambridge.
When Mar 11, 2015
from 06:00 PM to 08:00 PM
Where Guild Hall, Cambridge
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6:00 pm Welcome Address

6:15 pm Shashu Welcoming Ceremony

6:20 pm Kazakh Spring Song ‘Bir Bala’ by Leah Katzelnick

6:30 pm Uzbek Musical Performance on the traditional Uzbek Instrument ‘Dutor’ By Sardor Mirzakhojaev

6:40 pm Kyrgyz Song ‘Kok-Suluu’ by famous Krygyz Composer, Jenijok, on the traditional musical instrument ‘Komuz’ by Kubat Kasymbekov

6:45 pm Kazakh Traditional Dance Performance

6:55 pm Kazakh Musical Performance on traditional musical Instrument, ‘Dombra’ by Gabiden Beken 7:05 pm Uzbek Traditional Dance Performance ‘Horezm’ by San’at Mahmudova

7:15 pm Turkish-Uzbek duo on the traditional musical instrument ‘Soz’ and the Violin, Yildrim Karayel and Camilla Islamova

7:25 pm Uzbek Traditional Dance Performance ‘Yalla’ by San’at Mahmudova

7:35 pm Performance by Tatar Singer, Izida Galimova

7:45 pm Kazakh ‘Bridal Scene’ enacted by the Cambridge University Kazakhstan Society

7:55pm Vote of Thanks

8:00pm Traditional cuisine and beverages of Central Asia

Special thanks for generous support and sponsorship to the Embassies of Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyz Republic as well as Cantabrigia Advisors Ltd. and KCPA. 

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