Lovely performance. Absolutely delightful. The singer was wonderful, perhaps a little shrill at time, though this comes with the territory of what she was singing. I have no idea what the indeginous instruments were, but they were also bringing out a new culture and an incredible sound. The prose and the young man wrapped the whole performance in an utterly charming way. The harps that were played also deserve a mention as well as the musician who rendered her own song about coffee, incidentally my favourite drink. Oh and the venue is seriously intimate, super cool wicked awesome. Thank you to the globe for another totally awesome performance, particularly liked the prose. Nice one bruvva!
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Posted: Thu Mar 27 2014
A celebration of Armenian folksong, dance and poetry from medieval times to the present day performed by Dudukner Ensemble with Levon Chilingirian, Alexander Chaushian, Cevanne Horrocks-Hopayian and Tereza Gevorgyan.