IDO AGM 2023

IDO Ordinary General
Assembly Meeting 2023

Copenhagen, Denmark,

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by Trajce Petkovski

IDO Jazz, Ballet, Modern and Contemporary World Championships Parades of Nations

The IDO World Championships in De Panne, Belgium have set the stage for a spectacular display of talent and unity, bringing together 33 countries from five continents with a total of 1515 dancers in Jazz, 377 dancers in Ballet, and 1775 dancers in Modern. The atmosphere was charged with energy, happiness, and an unmistakable party vibe, creating an unforgettable experience for participants and spectators alike.

The championships showcased the incredible prowess of dancers from around the world, highlighting the rich tapestry of cultures through the language of dance. The Parade of Nations, a vibrant and symbolic procession, served as a poignant reminder of the power of dance to transcend borders and bring people together.
As the parade unfolded, participants and audiences alike were treated to a kaleidoscope of national flags and a joyous celebration of the human spirit filling everyone in the hall and via livestream with the infectious energy radiating from every single one in the dance hall of Proximus theatre.

With every additional parade of nations, we are more touched by the unity of IDO dancers and the importance of cultural exchange. The memories created during this festive and spirited occasion will undoubtedly echo in the hearts of all.

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