Tuesday, 10:00 pm to midnight
DJs: Nickolai Kolarov
Balkan Jamboree is a music show both for those who are familiar with the treasure of the Balkan music and for those for whom the Balkan music is terra incognita. You all will have the opportunity to find out more about it but most of all I aim to bring enjoyment to everyone who is listening.
Balkan Jamboree show is a cultural outlet to the numerous Balkan communities. A unique characteristic is the inclusion to the Roma (Gipsy) people who are worldwide politically and culturally underrepresented although they are inseparable part of the Balkan culture.
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Join us for the
19th Annual Balkanicus Chamber Music Concert!
Featuring world-premiere pieces from Bulgaria, Romania, and Serbia!
Emotional and upbeat, artsy and avant-garde, folksy, jazzy, and irregular!
We look forward to surprise you with rambunctious rhythms and unpredictable phrasing on:
Saturday, April 22nd at 7 PM
Lloyd Ultan Recital Hall (Ferguson Hall – University of Minnesota School of Music, U of M West Bank Campus)
2106 4th Street South, Minneapolis
At the end of it – meet our visiting composer from Bulgaria Lubomir Denev, performers and fellow music-lovers over a tasty Balkan reception!
World and American Premieres by:
Lubomir Denev, guest composer
Nickolai Kolarov, cello
Angel Dobrev, gadulka (traditional Bulgarian instrument)
Daniel Friberg, clarinet
Anne Ainomae, viola
Jill Dawe, piano
Matthew Silverberg, percussion
Rada Kolarova, voice
All are welcome, especially if you have never experienced this music before!
Free and open to the public
The facilities accommodate persons with disabilities.
This activity is made possible with the support from:
KFAI Fresh Air Radio, Bulgarian School of Minnesota, St Stefan Romanian Orthodox Church, Heritage Organization of Romanians in Minnesota (HORA), St Sava Serbian Orthodox Church, Croatian Hall, It’s Greek to Me Taverna E Parea, Black Sea Turkish Restaurant, and private donors.