My impressions about Scottish festival. Author Al-Mikati Dana Moscow, School 1693 the 6th class
Legends of Scotland Scottish history is full of legends and tales, mysterious and sometimes misleading. The bravest and the most well informed among Russian and Scot connoisseurs of Scottish culture are gathering to uncover some of the people’s secrets by telling fabulous stories from the past and from the present of Scotland.
The main characters of the festival The true stories of Scots are made alive on this festival by: Graeme MacKay, a more than real InverNess button accordion monster,
Sergey Alferov, cultural anthropologist and choreographer who knows almost everything. In general, of course…
Anatoliy Isaev, a legendary Gaelic-speaking Russian bagpiper and accordion player.
I visited this majestic festival with my classmates and our English teachers. They managed to take photo with the best bagpiper in Russia!
Scottish dances I participated in dances with the professional dancers. It was fantastic!
My classmates are with dancers Shady Glen Highland Dancers, a unique team able to perform traditional dances of Scots with a graceful smile that is practically extinct in Scotland.
I’m on the stage (in a white T-shirt)
We listened to fascinating Scottish tales and legends. These tales were full of music and dances. Especially I liked bagpipe music. It’s unforgettable!