The history of Ukrainian dance diverges at this stage of Vasyl Verkhovynets career.
Performed solely by men, the performer squats, sits or kneels throughout the duration of the dance — beginning to end. Gradually, others began filling in the gaps of this research, by researching the dance forms of the various ethnic groups of western Ukraine, publishing this scholarship, and founding regional dance ensembles.
Vasyl Avramenko —began his career as a dance instructor at a Polish internment camp inhaving previously studied the theatrical arts in Kievand later with Mykola Sadovsky's troupe, where he met and received training from Vasyl Verkhovynets.
The costumes often incorporate white, red, and beige as the main colors, and girls often wear aprons. Avramenko was able to create a dance troupes by enlisting local immigrants in Canada almost immediately upon his arrival. Tyrawski had studied and performed professionally in Ukraine, and continued to teach Ukrainian dance in Australia for almost fifty years.
After developing the next generation of Ukrainian folk-stage dance instructors, establishing numerous schools and instructional intensives, choreographing hundreds of dances, and teaching thousands of students, Pryma-Bohachevsky died in The culture of central and eastern Ukraine developed under many foreign influences, due to both trade and foreign invasion.
While Vasyl Avramenko's Hutsul dances are notoriously inaccurate depictions of the dances of the Hutsulsthe highlanders who inhabit the Carpathian Mountainsthe demand for additional research to fill in the gaps of Verkhovynets initial work eventually brought about a revived interest in Hutsul customs and traditions, and soon Hutsul and Carpathian dance ensembles had developed the second most-recognizable style of Ukrainian dance.