Ida Kelarová comes to the welfare of choir Čhavorenge in a unique connection with the Czech Philharmonic. Čhavorenge means "children" and the right to development of talented Roma children in the Czech and Slovak settlements is aimed this project. "Roma children lack the feeling of being welcome in society. We are trying to not create an environment that motivates them to give up their dreams and goals and to go for the fulfillment of his life story, "says the founder of the project Ida Kelarová. Čhavorenge is part of your time and become members of a group of guys from the hut settlements Budulovská in Moldava nad Bodvou. Project so excited director of a primary school in Moldava Andrea Papp, basing on their school something similar - church Savorenge, who have played a joint concert with students of local art school.
Čhavorenge is part of the civic association Miret, which aims to help talented Roma children and mládeži.Základom his repertoire are songs written by Roma composer, guitarist, singer and teacher (and husband of Ida organist) Desiderius Dužda which, together with professional artists to accompany the choir concerts. The main mission of the project is to give a chance to children from complicated environment, visualize them, to enable them to survive a new valuable experiences to motivate and inspire them to new things while they learn to present Roma culture at the professional level. Ida organist efforts to change the world through music describes the fantastic documentary "What's going on It" in which Ida among other things, says: "When I was first in the village, so I really did not sleep a month. Every night I see the eyes of those children as there survive as there sentenced to life imprisonment.
But her efforts are not always received with enthusiasm. When the children in the camp Romano Drom (Roma road) in the Czech Jiřetín pod Jedlovou, began cursing at them man living in the vicinity of the complex. Accompanied by insults and shots and later verbally attacked and organist at her husband with a complaint to the police was initially refused, saying: "Do not make it a Western". After several summer stays Romano Drom on the eastern Slovak and Czech Republic are Čhavorenge together with the Czech Philharmonic Orchestra released a year ago at the Rudolfinum in shooting CD. Album Hey Romale was released in April 2018 and immediately became extremely popular title. Earlier this year opened two bodies joint concert conference of the Association of British Orchestras in Belfast. A year after the release of Hey Romale Czech Television broadcast a live concert Čhavorenge common, the Czech Philharmonic and many guests from the Rudolfinum in Prague. "It is great honor for us and a remarkable challenge, ' says the cooperation managing director of the Czech Philharmonic David Marecek and further adds: " It's great that they can experience a sense of fulfillment, joy of finding himself, something which can be a turning point for their further life. We believe that together we help make it among people less prejudice, barriers and misunderstanding. conversely, more understanding, mutual inspiration and beautiful music. Českí Philharmonic together with the choir of talented Roma children with Ida organist will perform well on Cool 2019.