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Mesesul folk ensemble - Zalău

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Folklore ensemble The Zalău Meseș was founded in 1996. With a staff of 52 people, the Romanian ensemble and the Hungarian ensemble operate under the auspices of the Center of Culture and Art of Salaj County. The Meseș ensemble is a member of the National Association of Folklore Groups in Romania. He is present at all the folklore programs of the various television channels, and the orchestra on radio shows. The ensemble has participated in numerous national and international festivals in Greece, Italy, Albania, Macedonia, Slovakia and Hungary.

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Choreograph

Radu Mureșan

Contact

0040-745-304-271

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