Eastern European Music: Zhena Folk Chorus Performs Live
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Featured review from Cynthia S.Red Velvet
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If you are a fan of Eastern European ethnic music -- this is a group you should know about. The Zhena Chorus is eight women who take this music very seriously. They sing a variety of authentic Bulgarian, Georgian, Romanian, Polish, and Anatolian songs a capella in lovingly preserved authentic regional costumes. They truly love this stuff and communicate their warm enthusiasm to the audience. The gist of each song is explained in English before being sung, so you can sit back and enjoy the exotic harmonies and musicality. The performance I attended was Sold Out, so be sure to get tickets in advance.
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This group is fantastic!! Such a treat to have this level of singers at a small venue. It was sold out- so get tickets early the next time they play anywhere. The harmonies are so RICH! You do not need to understand the lyrics to feel this music...continued
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