Culture

The Cimbalom music PORTÁŠI

Cimbalom music PORTÁŠI was originally founded in 2004 as a supporting band for a folklore chorus "Četynka". The name "PORTÁŠI" comes from a Latin word "porta" – gate.

The Portáši were primarily police officers, patrons of the Wallachian mountains and protectors of the mountain passes. With a bit of exaggeration we can say, that Cimbalom music PORTÁŠI protects the heritage of our ancestors up to this day. The band plays authentic, not modified folk music. It also follows the legacy of the worldwide known Czech music composer Leoš Janáček, who brought town Čeladná to fame in a whole "music world" when he had named one of the Lachian dances as "Čeladenský". And it is this very dance, that opens each performance of Cimbalom music Portáši.
All tourists and guests that visit Čeladná are welcome to listen to traditional folk music or even sing and dance along.

Jan Skotnica – head violinist
Kristýna Řepiská – cimbalom
Medard Plucnara – violin
Lukáš Kotek – contry    violin   
Adam Šigut – contrabass
Jan Kraut – clarinet
Jakub Hromádka - clarinet

kalendář akcí



Sports facilities

Mobilní turistický
průvodce Čeladnou
A new square has been built in the centre of Čeladná, with tens of flats, shops and a hotel. The spa tradition from 1902 has been followed by the Beskydské rehabilitation centre together with the newly built Lara Wellness centre. Also due to the top golf courses with 36 holes, Čeladná belongs to the most visited places of the Northern Moravia. We believe that Čeladná captures your heart and you will happily come back or it will even become your new home.
Moravskoslezský kraj This project has been cofinanced from the sources of the Moravian - Silesian region.