‘The early bird catches the worm’ – the third day of the mobility in Poland started with a healthy walk in the Village Museum on the outskirts of Białystok. It is an open air museum of historical wooden architecture gathered from the region of Podlasie. The Comenius partners were transported back in time to taste the rural life of the Polish villages.
Klaudia Bondaruk and Patrycja Ziuzia presented the artists.
First, Paulina Szutkiewicz welcomed the visitors with a traditional Polish song ‘Szła dzieweczka do laseczka’ (‘A maiden was walking to the woods’). The audience joined Paulina and sang the song together.
A modern dance performance by Vanessa Poskrobko was a perfect occassion for Sasa and Kristina (Slovenia) to show the best of their talents! The Slovenian partners learnt the sequence in a split of a second and joined Vanessa in the vigorous show.
Michaela Jurcova, a young violinist, played a splendid piece by a Hungarian composer. Diana and Andrea (Hungary) were asked to show a traditional Hungarian dance. They looked confident and danced very elegantly.
Monika Markowska and Bozena Teleszewska presented “La prima cosa bella” – a beautiful Italian song. Soon, Guglielmo and Silvia (Italy) joined the Polish teachers, adding some spectacular dance choreography to that exceptional performance. This was the first teachers’ performance ever in the history of the Polish school – the beginning of the new era of the school shows!
Monika Markowska (Poland) was not only an impressive artist but also the director and the very heart of the show. She gave loads of her energy to the artist and the audience.
Thank you Andrea, Diana, Mehmet, Özlem, Ayşenur, Emily, Imogen, Ralf, Claudia, Kristina, Saša, Guglielmo, Silvia, Clara and María (Angie) for this wonderful time! You created the wonderful moments and a special atmosphere of the first meeting in Poland! See you soon!