CID TELECONFERENCE “Dancers in Ukraine today (and how to help them)”

OCT. 23, 2022, 18.00 KYIV TIME – ONLINE – IN ENGLISH

We want the international dance community to know what is happening now in Ukraine! We want to show the things from inside so that there are no more people still thinking the situation to be “not that unambiguous”.

We invite you to the UNESCO International Dance Council’s online meeting, the Teleconference “Dancers in Ukraine today (and how to help them)” scheduled on October 23 at 18:00 (Kyiv time) and hosted by the Lviv Section CID. The event will be held in English.

Tell us your story so that dancers from other parts of the world could help Ukrainian artists in a more active way!

To receive the conference link, send an email to

To participate as a speaker, please send direct message to Natalia Mogolivets, the President of the Ukrainian Dance Federation and Lviv Section CID  (@NatyaYoga for telegram, @nata_mogolivets_yoga for IG)

The meeting is free and open to all dancers!

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Thank you for your support!
Sincerely yours, Lviv Section CID at UNESCO


We are ready to talk about the war in Ukraine!
Topic: Dancers in Ukraine today
Time: Sunday 23 October 2022 at 18:00 Kiev time
Language: English

Organizer: Lviv Section of CID Unesco (International Dance Council CID UNESCO, Paris)

To receive a link to the conference, send an email to

List of speakers:
Prof. Dr. Alkis Raftis
The President of CID International Dance Council, the UNESCO official organization for dance established in 1973 and recognized by governments

Nataliia Mogolivets,
The President of the Ukrainian Dance Federation and Lviv Section CID
Dance researcher focused on studying dance as a psyche-practice
Co-developer of Nātya Yoga system as a series of yoga practices for particular dance styles

Elena Pikhulya,
Deputy President of Lviv Section CID
Dancer, choreographer.
Founder of Sattva Studi.O tribal dance group and ED.Cetera dance project.
Co-developer of Nātya Yoga system as a series of yoga practices for particular dance styles.

Sergey Boychenko
Break Dancer and DJ,
volunteers and raises funds for military units around Ukraine

Anton Ovchinnikov
Choreographer, performer, composer, lecturer, and organizer of the Zelyonka Space UP annual international dance festival in Kyiv.
The President of the “Contemporary Dance Platform” Association and “Let the Body Speak UA” project.
Artistic director of the Black O!Range dance productions company, member of the Ukrainian Cultural Foundation expert panel.

Yvonne Middelborg
President of LAG Tanz M-V e. V./Association for Dance and Education Mecklenburg-Vorpommern
Dance teacher HKIT, dance therapist HKIT i.A.
Member of CID International Dance Council
Member of the professional association DHKiT – German Society for Healing Forces in Dance®

Alexandra Moiseieva,
Deputy President of Kharkiv Section CID
Dancer, choreographer.
Founder of ¡Ole Prima! Flamenco School in Kharkiv.

Vitaliya Gubenko,
The President of Kharkiv Section CID
Dancer, choreographer.
Founder of Yoga&Dance house Kamarise
Co-developer of Nātya Yoga series for High Heels dancers

Natalie Borovik,
Vice-President of Kharkiv Section CID
Dance teacher, choreographer.
Founder of Heels Dance School

Oleksandra Ulashyna,
Vice-President of Lviv Section CID
Dancer, choreographer, stage director.
Founder of Sandra Dance School pole-dance studio in Lviv. Art director of Sandra Dance Show.

Aleksandra Sereda,
Executive Director of Lviv Section CID
Dancer, choreographer.
Owner of Born2Dance dance school in Lviv

Nataliia Favaz,
Hip hop & House Dancer.
Participant & Winner of many Ukrainian and International battles as well as dance competitions
Teacher & presenter of workshops in Ukraine & abroad for more than 12 years.

Anastasiia Cherevko
Dancer, Pole Dance Instructor
Co-founder of DarkSide pole dance studio in Kyiv.

Milla Sadovska
Creator and choreographer of the dance team Dancing with the future, Kharkiv
Key style: experimental; dance experience of more than 20 years dancing classical dance, folk dance, hip hop, dancehall, house, vogue, jazz funk, high heels & contemporary.

Mr. Ulrich Roehm,
Member of CID Executive Committee,
Fellow of the Royal Academy of Dance® (FRAD),
Chairman of the non-profit Association for the Advancement of the Art of Dance in Germany


CID UNESCO International Congress on Dance Research

You are cordially invited to take part at

CID International Congress on Dance Research

on August 9-11, 2019 in Lviv, Ukraine

The Congress is organized by Lviv Section of CID supported by the Ivan Franko National University of Lviv, Lviv City Council and Ukrainian Dance Federationn.

A prestigious gathering that brings together dance experts from all countries, it gives a unique chance to represent your innovative method or study on original subject, gain new knowledge and set contacts with dance art scholars and practitioners from all over the world.

A presentation can be:

– Research report/lecture on different aspects of dance art and choreography with projection of video or slides (20 min.)

– Classes and workshops (30 min.)

– Performances by dance companies, duos or solos (5-10 min.)

– Exhibition and sale of your publications or produce (books, records, pictures, costumes, accessories.)

Submitting a presentation is optional. Absentee presenters can register also; their presentations will be included in the program and in the proceedings website visited by tens of thousands of dance professionals all over the world.

The Congress is open to all forms of dance: ballet, modern, folk, ballroom, oriental, flamenco, tango, therapeutic, recreational, revival etc.

We welcome individuals, companies or schools who are members of the International Dance Council CID at UNESCO, the official organization for dance in the world.

To apply for participation, registration fee settlement and further Congress registration please send your name and the title of the lecture/class/performance to the event organizers at To become a CID member, please follow the procedure at

For additional information, membership and Congress participation assistance please contact Lviv Section of CID UNESCO at

Tel: +38 (096) 7541663 – Elena Pikhulya, Deputy President of CID UNESCO Lviv Section

+38 (063) 8120103 – Tetiana Vasilenko, Vice-President of CID UNESCO Lviv Section


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