The Speaker of the Senate Maulen Ashimbayev met with the artists of the #SENSITIVE Dance Theater and participants of the #EREKSHETEATR project. The main composition of the teams - pupils and graduates of the North Kazakhstan Special (Remedial) Boarding School for children with hearing impairments.
During the meeting, Maulen Ashimbayev told the children that he sincerely admired their creativity, and expressed his gratitude to the artistic director of Theater Olga Rostovschikova for the efforts to implement and promote such an important project. He also noted the great contribution of the National Delphic Committee under the leadership of Kuralai Tuspekova in supporting the team.
"On the part of the state and society, it is very important to support such initiatives that contribute to the creation of a truly barrier-free and inclusive environment. Participation in such projects for many children offers opportunities for personal and creative growth, socialization and self-realization. Such projects have a huge motivating potential for them," said Maulen Ashimbaev.
Chairman of the Chamber also noted that assistance will be provided in organizing the performance of artists of the unique theater #SENSITIVE in the capital in December this year. Maulen Ashimbaev also urged guests and residents of the Capital to support the children and visit this performance.
"The artists of the unique theater #SENSITIVE are very talented, determined and motivated. You demonstrate high skill in dance, beautiful grace and a superb sense of rhythm. I wish all the artists of the Theater good health, happiness, and great success. Let all your most ambitious plans and dreams come true", concluded Maulen Ashimbayev, addressing to the young artists.
It should be noted that the project participants have repeatedly become winners and prizewinners of many prestigious international competitions in different countries around the world. Recently they have also successfully performed in Astana at a big concert, dedicated to the Republic Day.
(Senate Press Service, 74-72-27. Photo - N.Baybulin)