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Sounds of Georgian Polyphony
May 4 /6:00 pm 9:00 pm
It is our pleasure to draw your attention to “Sounds of Georgian Polyphony” evening at Drom Taberna.
You will hear Georgian city songs and acapella polyphonic songs, as well as some gypsy romances.
Please join us, bring your friends for an evening of pure joy!
Enjoy Georgian music, wine and food!
SHALVA MAKHARASHVILI-Georgian-born singer/multi-instrumentalist – vocal, guitar, chonguri
ANDREA KUZMICH – Toronto-born singer/ethnomusicologist
– vocal, guitar
DIANA and MADONA IREMASHVILI – vocal duet, guitar
UCHA ABULADZE – vocal
IRAKLI AKOPOV – vocal
AL HAKIMOV – vocal
Georgia, is located in the mountainous region of the Caucasus, the crossroads of Europe and Asia. Polyphony in Georgian music predates the introduction of Christianity in Georgia (beginning of the 4th century AD).
Its ancient singing tradition, known for its distinctive and haunting harmonies, was recognized by UNESCO as an intangible masterpiece of humanity in 2001.
We look forward to seeing you there.