Virtual Performances

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Below find the entire 2020 virtual stage feed created by Vid Monster Productions. Under the stage video individual performances are available.

September 26 Virtual Stage approximate performance times.

9:15AM HOPE & WKU Diplomats
9:30AM Rachana Pasupuleti
10:00AM Dance Arts Performance Troupe
10:10AM Roads to Home (Robin Duckett)
12:00-12:30 Break for LIVE CHAT with Gallery Walk Artists
12:30PM Academy of Flamenco Arts

1:30PM Def Leprechaun
2:30PM Bhutanese Community
3:00PM Midori Kai
3:30PM Armin and Friends (Music from the Balkans)
4:30PM Sreshta Meduri
4:50PM Burmese Community
5:00PM Tuatha Dea

Cross Cultural Song Gallery:

An exploration of musical culture by southcentral Kentucky musicians.

Local musicians were invited to submit a video performing a song(s) originating from another country or heavily influenced by the musical traditions of one.

Jordan Riehm

Bonsai Me

On-demand Performances

Video from our virtual stage. presented by Vid Monster Productions  We will be adding the 4 parts of the live feed  so you can see the archival performances  and information between performances.

HOPE and The WKU Diplomats

Latin Dance

This performance will include a variety of genre of Latin music. We will be including dances from the Dominican Republic- Merengue, Bachata, Puerto Rico- Salsa, Reggaeton and cumbia.

SLB Kuchipudi Kalanilayam – Sreshta Meduri

Classical Dance from India

Kuchipudi Dance, which is classical dance styles of India. Kuchipudi is indigenous to the state of Andhra Pradesh and differs from the other five classical styles by the inclusion of singing. Kuchipudi originated in the 17th century with the creation by Sidhyendra Yogi of the dance-drama. The performance is dedicated to SLB Kuchipudi Kalaniyam.

Dance Arts by David Hamilton Hall 2016

Dance Arts Performance Troupe

Traditional Mexican folklore dance

Dance Arts Performance Troupe is excited to continue sharing our love for dance with the BG community! We love learning different cultural dances and can’t wait to show what we’ve learned about Mexican Folklore dancing!

Robin Duckett

Celtic Folk
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Singing in the old style or sean nos, blending songs sung in English and Gaelic, adds to the rich history of Irish storytelling


West African Drum and Dance
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KUVEBO! means “village style drum and dance party” in Hamidou Koivogui’s home in Guinea, West Africa. Now residing in Louisville, KY, Hamidou brings his music and dance traditions to our communities, with experienced artist-educator collaborators and dedicated students. Kuvebo! artists perform music and songs in traditional languages, flutes, thumb pianos, slit drums, djembes and dundun drums, and more. We take audiences as close to West Africa as possible without leaving home! All Kuvebo! shows incude tailored costumes, West African village backdrops, and above all—invitations to join in the fun!

Academy of Flamenco Arts

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Academy of Flamenco Arts is a dance organization located in Louisville (KY), which mission is to celebrate the depth and richness of flamenco culture. It is a community-oriented dance school dedicated to offer classes in flamenco dance and music and to promote growth and appreciation of the Hispanic culture by conducting performances in schools, festivals and other venues in the community. Academy of Flamenco Arts prides itself in its diversity, with instructors, performers and students from Argentina, Colombia, Cuba, Mexico, Peru, Russia, Venezuela and the USA.

Def Leprechaun

Celtic Folk
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Def Leprechaun brings their rowdy Celtic folk and hilarious shenanigans.



Traditional Japanese Dance

Japanese traditional Bon Dance.

Armin Hasanagic & Sasha Strunjas

Armin Hasanagic & Friends

Bosnian Folk

A mix of traditional Bosnian sevdah songs as well as gypsy and folk music from the Balkin region. Instruments include guitar, prim, veillette and gryphone.

Tuatha Dea

Tuatha Dea

Celtic Tribal
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Live @ 5:00 pm
Celtic, tribal, Gypsy rock with an Appalachian steampunk edge. Their rhythmic groove and interaction naturally inspires audience participation, a staple of their performances. They mesh the traditional music of Scotland and Ireland with their own bold blend of mainstream rock, mountain drumming and Appalachian blues to produce a truly unique sound with universal appeal!

Burmese Community of Bowling Green

Traditional Burmese Dance

Members of the local Burmese community perform cultural dances from 4 ethnic groups – Karen, Karenni, Burmese and Chin.

Bhutanese Community

Nepali Folk Dance

Bowling Green Bhutanese community members perform traditional dances from Nepal.