November 18-25: Seto Week in Paris, FRANCE ({{commentsTotal}})

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"Seto week“ in Paris in cooperation with the Estonian embassy in Paris, association France-Estonie and National Institute of Oriental Languages and Civilizations (INALCO) in Paris from November 18-25.

Preliminary program:

November 18: Concert – Verska naase’, Maison des cultures du monde; group Kiiora performs its folk-like original works at Petit Bain creative center

November 19: Workshops – Seto handicraft; seto cuisine, presentation of the book of Antoine Chalvin

November 20: First day of the international conference on seto culture; Movie – Taarka

November 21: Second day of the international conference on seto culture; Movie – „Seto saaja“

November 22: Introduction of poetry in seto language (Kauksi Ülle, Andreas Kalkun) in PEN-Club français; Concert – Kiiora, Petit Bain

November 25: Fairytale night – Terje Lillmaa, Marie Chiff’Mine.



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