In 2020 marks the 143th anniversary of Isadora’s Duncan birth. The annual festival dedicated to the great dancer, who has become a symbol of modern dance, is dated to this date. In her work, freed from the aesthetic framework of the traditional ballet school, Isadora Duncan strove for the perfect plastic embodiment of musical content. She created her own style, a free plastic dance in which the movement was born from music, not preceded by it. The festival with the participation of children and adults is held in order to preserve and develop the traditions of modern dance of the early twentieth century. The project brings together musicians, artists, art historians, cultural scientists, philosophers, and all who may be interested in the issues of pure art.