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Georgian Folk Singing: A Workshop with Ketevan Mindorashvili
First Congregational Church Sanctuary
Oakland, CA
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Sep 12, 2018 7:00 PM



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General $40.00 ($42.39 w/service fee) Sales Ended
 




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Georgian Folk Singing: A Workshop with Ketevan Mindorashvili
Prepare to be uplifted and blown away by the exquisite and unusual harmonies of Georgian vocal music! Always in 3 parts, voices weave in and out in dissonance and independence, creating unexpected chords that shift and meander to cadence in powerful unisons or open fifths. Learn about the history of Georgian music while Ketevan Mindorashvili, director of Georgia's Zedashe Ensemble,  teaches you songs from this storied country which is the birthplace of one of the world's oldest and most fascinating polyphonic singing traditions.

About Ketevan Mindorashvili:
Founder and director of the Zedashe Ensemble, Ketevan Mindorashvili was born in Sighnaghi and raised in a traditional singing family. Keto showed a gift for singing since childhood and continued to study music technique extensively in university. She devoted herself to preserving traditions on the brink of disappearance, and has become known as a singer and a teacher of Georgian folk music and dance, particularly the fluid ornamentation of eastern folk songs. She has a deep knowledge of ancient church chant, and is a master of the panduri, the three-stringed lute from the eastern Georgian region of Kakheti. "Keto" has searched valleys and mountains for ancient polyphony, collecting folk songs and chants, as well as writing her own music within the tradition. Today she hosts students from all over the world in her native Sighnaghi and travels internationally leading tours of Zedashe and teaching workshops. She has appeared on all Zedashe recordings to date, and has participated in numerous tours to the United States, United Kingdom, and throughout Europe.

This workshop is part of Kitka's "Song Routes in a New Land" Female Folk Song Masters Residencies project, supported, in part, by the National Endowment for the Arts and the City of Oakland Cultural Funding Program.

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First Congregational Church Sanctuary (View)
2601 Harrison Street
Oakland, CA 94612
United States


Categories

Arts > Performance
Education > Workshops
Music > Choral
Music > Folk
Music > Global
Music > Spiritual
Music > World

Minimum Age: 9
Kid Friendly: Yes!
Dog Friendly: No
Non-Smoking: Yes!
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!

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