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Kochari. Traditional Group Dance. ©UNESCO 2016
Kochari. Traditional Group Dance

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Kochari

Kochari is a traditional dance that is widely performed during holidays, festive celebrations and family ceremonies. It is open to all participants and provides a sense of shared identity, solidarity and mutual respect. Non-formal transmission occurs within families and from older to younger people, while methods of formal transmission include educational programmes in youth arts centres, regular dance classes held and institutional initiatives. Experienced practitioners play a key role in efforts to safeguard the element and ensure its viability.


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Place/region Armenia, Asia
Series: 2017 inscriptions on the Representative List
Type: Interview
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Production: Armenia. Ministry of Culture, producer.
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