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Tibeti előadóművészet: Ötvennegyedik évfordulóját ünnepelte a TIPA, fókuszban a tibeti nyelv megőrzése

2013. augusztus 22./CTA/TibetPress

Jelenleg csak angolul olvasható. Magyarul később.


Artistes perform during the 54th anniversary of the Tibetan Institute of Performing Arts in Dharamsala on 21 August 2013/Photo/Lobsang 

DHARAMSHALA: The Tibetan Institute of Performing Arts (TIPA) yesterday celebrated its 54th founding anniversary with a theme on preservation of Tibetan language.

Addressing the gathering, Tsering Yangkyi, the director of TIPA, said the institute has made great efforts to keep alive Tibet’s unique tradition of performing arts since it was re-established immediately after coming into exile by His Holiness the Dalai Lama in August 1959 after the Chinese invasion of Tibet.

The institute has trained over 400 Tibetan artistes and organised musical concerts in more than 36 countries to preserve, promote and raise awareness on Tibet and its rich cultural heritage, Yangkyi said.

A musical competition between the two houses of TIPA – Gyalu and Ngonpa – was held to mark the founding anniversary. The artistes showcased folk and modern Tibetan songs and dances, and dramas re-enacting sacrifices made by Tibetans inside Tibet to keep alive the Tibetan language and culture, which are facing annihilation under the Chinese rule.

Ngonpa house won the group song and dance categories, while Gyalu house excelled in drama. The artistes made intensive preparation for the competition, practising 15 hours a day for 35 days.

Speaking on the occasion, Mr Penpa Tsering, the speaker of the Tibetan Parliament-in-Exile, praised the former and present artistes and staff members of TIPA for their unstinting efforts in keeping alive Tibet’s unique performing arts.

“Songs, dances and dramas play a very unique and effective role in awakening and inspiring interests among the general public ,” Speaker Penpa Tsering said.

“The Tibetan Institute of Performing Arts should build on this year’s focus on preservation and promotion of Tibetan language by organising musical events in the Tibetan settlements in exile,” he said.



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