Performances for April Spring Friendship Art Festival



Performances for April Spring Friendship Art Festival


Pyongyang, April 17 (KCNA) -- The 32nd April Spring Friendship Art Festival is now going on in the DPRK with attendance of many foreign artistes, who sing loudly of the great fortune of the Korean people guided by the peerlessly great leaders through generations.

Colorful numbers were presented to it by Vietnamese artistes and acrobats of different countries.

The Vietnamese artistes had striven to brilliantly decorate the current festival held this significant year marking the 110th birthday of President Kim Il Sung, the 80th birthday of Chairman Kim Jong Il, the 3rd anniversary of the respected Comrade Kim Jong Un's official goodwill visit to Vietnam and the 65th anniversary of President Ho Chi Minh's visit to the DPRK.

In their performance which started with a folk orchestra "Echo", they showed the ardent patriotism and noble mental world of the Vietnamese people and the development of their national art through various numbers.

Through a mixed chorus "Cantata to Marshal Kim Il Sung", they praised the noble internationalist obligation and moral influence of Kim Il Sung.

A female duet "Sing, Road to Front" praising the exploits of Kim Jong Il made the audience recall the life of the peerlessly great man with deep emotion.

The performance reached its climax with a mixed chorus "Cheers of the People", which boosted the Korean people's high pride and honor of being citizens of socialist Korea where the history of the sun is given steady continuity and a new era of powerful nation is opened up under the guidance of Kim Jong Un. It ended with a song and dance "Pyongyang Is Best".

Acrobatic performances by the Circus of State Acrobatic Company of Russia and circuses of Kazakhstan and Mongolia, too, added to the festive mood of celebrating the Day of the Sun, the birth anniversary of Kim Il Sung.

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