Kitka in Concert with Mariana Sadovska
"Sometimes a musician has such an inborn desire to communicate that her message naturally becomes universal: it doesn't matter whether she is singing soul or bel canto or folk. The responsibilities, protocol and tradition of whatever style she is working in just vanish; she replaces them with pure vitality. Such is the case with Ukranian singer Mariana Sadovska." - The New York Times
Mariana Sadovska breathes vigorous new life into the fast-fading folk traditions of her native Ukraine. Having spent more than ten years collecting archaic songs and rituals in rural villages, she has since become one of Europe's most sought after vocalists, critically acclaimed for her transcendent voice and her deep commitment to a soulful connection to her informants and audience. Mariana is renowned for her work with the world famous Polish experimental anthropological theater company, Gardzeinice, with whom she was a principal performer and composer/music director. Mariana is also a gifted and experiences teacher of workshops in Eastern European "white voice" (open throat) singing.
Mariana will also be presenting a public workshop Oct. 27 from 1-4 pm. If interested in attending, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Oakland, CA 94607
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