Server Kakura told the QHA (Crimean News Agency) about the achievements of the "Qırım" ensemble in 2015 and shared his plans for the year coming.
- We returned from a tour in Tatarstan and just have given a jubilee concert - a kind of report, not only over the last year, but in general on the creative achievements of the ensemble for twenty-five years as our team has grown up professionally, said Server Kakura.
According to Kakura, the ensemble is planning numerous tours for the next year and want to further develop its relations with the Republic of Tatarstan.
- We always have tours, and always will have. The thing is that right now we do not know the regions we are going to visit. That is, we will move along with the propositions coming. We have very good relations with Tatarstan and I think it is necessary to go on with it, continue our work with Tatarstan the next year too. They will visit us and we will come to them, start joint projects and keep finding something in common. In my opinion, the next year we’ll have a good creativity potential, will move steadily forward, come up with a lot of interesting new projects and attract more young performers, Kakura told the agency.
As QHA reported earlier, December 20 the "Qırım" Crimean Tatar folk ensemble held its 25th anniversary concert in Simferopol.
Earlier, the ensemble gave two big concerts in the Republic of Tatarstan. The first concert was held in Naberezhnye Chelny December 10, the second one - in Kazan December 12.
REFERENCE. Crimean Tatar folklore ensemble "Qırım" was created in 1990 in the city of Simferopol and is directed by Server Kakura, the Honored Artist of Ukraine and the Republic of Tatarstan.