Authentic regional costumes are used for every choreography, which illustrate not only the traditions, but the atmosphere of the regions from which the dances are. Due to varied nature of Hungarian folklore and folkdance traditions, the costumes embrace a wide range of colours, patterns and styles.
A number of festival prizes and television broadcasts demonstrate the ensemble’s success with the national audience and the folklore profession. Just to mention a few, being one of the twelve best dance groups, the ensemble got in the semi-final of the ‘Fölszállott a páva’ folklore talent show of the Hungarian Television. The group was given an Award of Excellence at the Szekszárd Folk Dance Festival, one of the most significant national competitions. At the biannual national ranking festival for folk dance groups, the ensemble was awarded the highest, excellent rank.
In the past few years, the ensemble successfully took part in several national and international festivals:
- 2016 – International Folk Meetings Malopolska (Poland)
- 2015 – Interetno Festival Subotica (Serbia)
- 2015 – Folklore Festival Bitburg (Germany)
- 2014 – Denizli Municipality 14th International Folk Dance Festival (Turkey)
- 2013 – International Folklore Festival Brno (Czech Republic)
- 2013 – Summerfest International Folklore Festival and Folk Art Fair (Hungary)
- 2012 – Folkfestival (Slovakia)
- 2011 – Interetno Festival Subotica (Serbia)
- 2010 – Interetno Festival Subotica (Serbia)
- 2008 – International Youth Folklore Festival Primorsko (Bulgaria)