Two artists in the first round of the Balkan Music Export programme have been selected for WOMEX: the Almir Meskovic & Daniel Lazar duo and Oratnitza.
Meet them and other MOST artists, managers, festival organizers and experts at 5 PM at our reception!
Almir Meskovic and Daniel Lazar on the violin and the accordion play spirited Balkan music with a Norwegian stylistic backdrop: Scandinavian design with Balkan soul. This duo is intriguing, virtuous and fun – a travel size band with the energy and sound of an orchestra. Watch the Almir Meskovic and Daniel Lazar duo‘s virtual showcase performance on WOMEX.
Oratnitza is a Bulgarian folk band with ultra-contemporary elements – have you ever seen full on traditional clothing with space invaders in the background! They have been busy reclaiming Bulgarian traditions from the folklore museum and taking them out onto the street again to meet the sounds of the local underground. Check Oratnitza’s showcase concert on their WOMEX profile.
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GET YOUR POLICY ON
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SONGLINES CD ON SPOTIFY
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