P. Virsky Ukrainian National Folk Dance Ensemble

P. Virsky Ukrainian National Folk Dance Ensemble

P. Virsky Ukrainian National Folk Dance Ensemble

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P. Virsky Ukrainian National Folk Dance Ensemble (; also referred to simply as Virsky) is a world-renowned Ukrainian dance company based out of Ukraine, well known for its innovative approach to the art form. The ensemble was created in 1937 by Pavlo Virsky and Mykola Bolotov, and guided by Pavlo Virsky until his death in 1975. During World War II, Virsky performed for the soldiers at the front. In 1980, the company's artistic direction was overtaken by Myroslav Vantukh, who had been a disciple of Pavlo Virsky. Virsky's aim is to create dances that embrace historical Ukrainian dance traditions as well as dances that are innovative and forward-moving.


Choreography by Pavlo Virsky

  • Povzunets (), a Cossack comedy dance
  • Oi, Pid Vishneiu ()
  • Zaporozchi, National Ukrainian dance of Cossacks
  • Vyshyvalnytsi
  • Moriaky ()
  • Hopak
  • Vyshyvalnytsi ()

Choreography by Myroslav Vantukh

  • Carpathians
  • Tambourine Dance
  • The Years of Youth
  • In Peace and Harmony
  • Russian Suite
  • Ukraino, My Ukraino ()
  • Tsygansky, a Gypsy dance
  • The Volynsk Patterns
  • Bereznianka
  • Kozachok

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