Georgian women's choir established in 2004 in Rustavi, Georgia under the guidance of Tamar Buadze. More about Tutarchela.
Merita Halili & Raif Hyseni
Merita Halili is one of Albania’s top performers. Raif Hyseni, originally from the Republic of Kosova, leads the most sought-after Albanian music ensemble in the United States. More about Merita & Raif.
From the Samokov region of Bulgaria, Kremena was an award-winning folk singer (1941-2013), and soloist in “Le Mystère des Voix Bulgares” for over 40 years. More about Kremena.
Michael Alpert is a klezmer singer and multi-instrumentalist and has been called a key figure in the klezmer revival. He is also a noted teacher of Yiddish folkdance. More about Michael.
Refika Kadioğlu is a vocalist, arranger, activist and storyteller, specializing in Laz and Black Sea traditional culture, music and dance. More about Refika.
Güler Topaloğlu is one of the core vocalists at the Green Yayla Culture Arts and Environment Festival and sings traditional Laz destani songs. More about Güler.
Linda Tillery and the Cultural Heritage Choir
Linda Tillery and the Cultural Heritage Choir, have become world renowned for their breathtaking performances and commitment to the authenticity of African-American roots music. More about Linda.
Ensemble Alcatraz has been presenting innovative performances of medieval and Renaissance music from Spain, Portugal, France, and Italy since 1984. More about Ensemble Alcatraz.
Accordionist/pianist/saw player Dan Cantrell is an Emmy winning composer known for his soundtrack work and his innovative and energetic approach to documentary film and television scoring. More about Dan.
David Lang is an American composer who was awarded the 2008 Pulitzer Prize for Music for The Little Match Girl Passion, which went on to win a 2010 Grammy Award. More about David.
Mary Sherhart is a Seattle-based singer, performer, and teacher of the music of Eastern Europe, particularly Bosnia. More about Mary.
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