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Sat 12/5, 2015, 7:00pm
Bulgarian Folk, Jazz, Electronica
Appearing for their first U.S. tour, Balkansky is an audio-visual collaborative art project which melds traditional Bulgarian themes with modern technology, mixing folk/jazz/electronica and more. The result? One serious jam session.
(Free – $25)
Saturday, December 5, 2015, 7:00PM
The Great Hall
1119 Eighth Avenue (enter on Eighth Avenue)
Seattle, WA 98101
Adults $25; children 12+ $10; and children under twelve get in for free. Doors open: 6:00pm.
Appearing for their first U.S. tour, Balkansky is an audio-visual collaborative art project which melds traditional Bulgarian themes with modern technology. The group, comprised of creative director Ivo Kuker Christov, electronica DJ Ivan Shopov, and kaval player/composer Theodosii Spassov, mixes jazz, folk, and electronic sounds for a distinct musical experience. The set features Spasov on the kaval (wooden flute) infused with electronic beats by Shopov and interactive visuals curated by Christov—resulting in one serious jam session.
Presented by: Bulgarian Cultural and Heritage Center of Seattle.