Advent calendar

Click on the small video to watch the 2020 advent calender contributions.

December 1st:

Maria and Peter send greetings from Austria

December 2nd:

Andrea from Germany

December 3rd:

Happy Christmas Singers from Germany

December 4th:

Stand and Eileen Miller from Notthingham , Great Britain, present the poem “Snow in the Suburbs” from Thomas Hardy (1840-1928)

December 5th:

Sardinian Christmas song “Notte de chelu” performed by members od the project Filippide in Porto Torres, Sardinia, a Integrative Project for people with intellectual handicap and on the autistic spectrum, sent by Angela Louise Pudda

December 6th:

“NARODIL SA KRISTUS PAN V BETLEME” wishes from Slovakia from Nadezda Hrapkova, President of EFOS and Christmas carols performed by the children choir “Gerulata” from Ruscovce, Solvakia

December 7th:

“Rudolph, the Red-Nosed Reindeer” is a well-known Christmas song originally by Johnny Marks from Chicago. It is performed by Gerd from Winstadt-Endersbach on the E-Piano in different variations

December 8th:

Andrea and Mike from Mannheim will show us how to make beautiful Christmas tree decorations from old books

December 9th:

“Colinda_Deschide Ana Mitioglu und Familie” Ana Mitioglu and family from Tighesi, Moldavia sing a song

December 10th:

Viola and Francesco from Carbonia sing “Naschid’est” for us

Inga from Jelgava, Latvia, will tell us about her Latvian Christmas traditions

December 11th:

Ernst from Neu-Ulm presents us a poem about gingerbread (author unknown) with the beautiful background of the Ulmer Münster (Cathedral)

Rosalina with Bulgarian and German parents, living in Ulm, will sing for you a Bulgarian song

December 12th:

Ana from Timisoara sings a Romanian Christmas song

The choir “Senior Harmony” from Cluj-Napoca, Romania, performes the song “Gazde mari nu mao dormiti”

December 13th:

Christoph and Marlis from ulm, Germany present for you Christmas song “Jingle Bell” in English and German

December 14th:

The Vucetic family from Ljubljana sends you Christmas greetings

Lidija Bertoncelj in the name of Slovenian University of the Third Age in Ljubljana presents Slovenian Christmas traditions

December 15th:

Tonino Porcu from the Free University of the Third Age Nuoro (LUTE) Sardinia presents the poem “Vespro di Natale” written by the famous Sardinian poet, lawyer, journalist Sebastiano Satta (1867-1914)

December 16th:

Family Kosciak-Jakubiuk from Gdansk, Poland presents us Polish Christmas traditions

Ursula and Horst from Ummendorf in South-East of Germany sing the well-kniwn song “In der Weihnachtsbäckerei” (In the Christmas Bakery” composed by Rolf Zuckowski. It is about making Christmas Biskuits.

December 17th:

Marian Aleson Carbonell and Paula Doncel Recas from Permanent University of the University of Alicante will be presenting Spanish Christmas traditions

December 18th:

Doris from ulm plays guitar and sings us the song “Mistletoe and Wine” by Cliff Richard

Carlos from Cruzes, Portuga tells us about his Portugese Christmas traditions

December 19th:

Iryna from Khmelnytskyj, Ukraine, sings a famous New Year’s song “Shchedryk”

Maria Thoeni from Stirva in the canton of Graubünden, Schwitzerland, presents Christmas greetings and the children’s choir from Stirva sings “s Liacht isch do” (the light is here) in Schwyzerdütsch (Swiss German)

December 20th:

The Happy Christmas Singers from Bellenberg in the South-East of Germany sing the well-known song “Feliz navidad” by José Feliciano

December 21th:

Hristina from Ruse, Bulgaria sings the song “Koledna pesnichka”

Adrienn from Hungary presents her favourite Hugarian Christmas recipe of a poppy-seed pie “Makos guba”

December 22th:

Cécile, Paule and Maryvonne send “Merry Christmas Greetings” from Vannes in South-Bretagne, France

Nadia from Smolensk, Russia, shares her childhood memories of Christmas and sings a “Kolyadka” – a Russian Cristmas carol

December 23th:

The Serbian Rakic family from Ulm, Germany and the Stajic family from Perlez, Serbia, sing a New Year’s song: “Preko brda preko brega” (Over small and large hills)

Tihomir is greeting us with a haiku poem of Venceslav spilak

December 24th:

Anca and Diana from Romania, now Ulm, Germany, present a Christmas Carol by word and piano

Simon from Ulm sings the German Christmas carol “Silent night”

Carmen, Viktoria and the ILEU-Team send Christmas greetings and perform a song “We wish you a merry Christmas”

December 25th:

First a musical greeting from Sofiyka Nosenko from Uzhhorod, Transcarpathia, and then Merry Christmas and Happy New Year greetings from Tonya Chyrska, young musician of the Pop-Wind Orchestra from Uzhhorod, Transcarpathia with a Transcarpathian Christmas

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