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Niavi Georgian Folk Ensemble in Washington D.C. Featured

Niavi Georgian Folk Ensemble in Washington D.C.

Dear Friends,Niavi Georgian Folk Ensemble invites you to their concert this coming Wednesday, July 18th.
The concert will be held in Washington D.C., near Dupont Circle. Georgian speakers get a discount on admission.

Close Harmony from a Distant Shore - Music from Caucasus Georgia
The Other Georgia, on tour from Boston and Niavi Georgian Folk Ensemble of D.C.

When: Wednesday, July 18th at 7:30 pm
Where: Church of the Holy City
1611 16th St. NW, (202) 462-6734

Admission: $15, $10 students, seniors, Georgians

The Performance will be followed by a reception.

We hope you can attend!

Niavi Georgian Folk Ensemble is specializing in folk music from the Caucasus Mountains, bringing the unusual harmonies of these secluded mountains to life with heart and voice. This ancient polyphony originated at the sacred wine toasting feasts of the villages and in the frescoed caves of the monasteries in one of Europe's seven oldest civilizations, and has instantly mesmerized lovers of close harmony worldwide.

Niavi Georgian Folk Ensemble of DC was founded locally in 2009, many of its singers having lived or worked in the republic of Georgia. Niavi's songs from Georgia regions and other area ethnic groups, singing in Georgian and other regional languages and offering selected sacred vocal pieces.
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Last modified onSunday, 14 October 2012 15:54

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