The UW Russian Folk Orchestra continues the celebration of its 20th Anniversary Season with a Winter Concert!
Saturday, DECEMBER 16th at NOON.
Proudly celebrating their twentieth season, the UW Russian Folk Orchestra specializes in performing Russian and other Eastern European folk songs, dances, and ballads on traditional stringed instruments known as balalaikas and domras. Although both instruments have three strings (some domras have four), they are shaped and tuned differently, but together give off that magical quality Slavic music is known for. Along with the strings, the orchestra uses accordions, banyans (button accordions), and various woodwind and percussion instruments.The orchestra was founded and is directed by Victor Gorodinsky.
Anya Gubenkova, Vocals
Spring Russian Children’s Choir
The Gypsy Choir
ALL GRACE PRESENTS’ CONCERTS ARE FREE!
Good-will offering accepted.
Contact Yanzel Rivera, Grace Presents Coordinator, for more information: