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Škampa Quartet

She’koyokh

Klezmer band with Balkan Voices, and special guests

Monday 21 November 7.30pm
Wimbledon Synagogue,
1 Queensmere Road, SW19 5QD

Tickets: £25 unreserved

Tickets


One of London’s musical treasures, playing the best Balkan and Klezmer music in Britain

Evening Standard

Balkan Voices with special guests
Angelina Kasabova vocals (Bulgaria) and
Monooka vocals/puppetry (Romania)
Josh Middleton piano accordion

Lead vocalist Çiğdem Aslan (Turkey), is joined by special guest singers from Romania and Bulgaria, displaying their expertise and virtuosic skills in a wealth of regional and national styles that include polyphonic Bulgarian singing from the heart of the Balkan mountains, a dramatic Ottoman dance in a 9/8 rhythm known as the father 'Rom’, a Sevdah song from the former Yugoslavia entitled ‘My Pigeon’ and spirited songs from the villages of Transylvania. Melancholic, heart-warming, uplifting and ecstatically danceable music, leaving more than a hint of brandy in the air.

She’koyokh’s members hail from the UK, USA, Serbia, Sweden and Turkey, forging a unique sound that is traditional yet original. Their live shows are an expertly crafted, multi-lingual exploration from the Baltic to the Black Sea with klezmer instrumentals and folk tunes from Bulgaria, Romania and Serbia. She’koyokh perform in the famous concert halls and festivals of Europe and we welcome them warmly back to Wimbledon Festival.

For more information visit:
www.shekoyokh.co.uk

Shekoyokh

Note – the Festival reserves the right to make changes to the published programmes