Bora Dugić & Barcelona Gipsy Balkan Orchestra

Music Teatre Grec , Sants - Montjuïc Saturday August 12 2017
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Bora Dugić & Barcelona Gipsy Balkan Orchestra
LAURA SORIANO

After the success of their concert two years ago at the Palau de la Música Catalana with the Polish singer Kayah, the BGKO will show off its new repertoire

The Barcelona Gipsy Balkan Orchestra returns to the San Miguel Mas i Mas Festival with a new top-class guest, the Serbian flautist Bora Dugić. After the success of their concert two years ago at the Palau de la Música Catalana with the Polish singer Kayah, the BGKO will show off its new repertoire this time at the Grec Theatre, with the special participation of one of the best-known ambassadors of Balkan sounds. Bora Dugić is one of the established figures on the international folk scene. Since the release of his first album, The magic flute of Bora Dugić (1979), he has received unanimous acclaim from many different quarters. In popular music, cinema and television, he has made more than a dozen film and documentary soundtracks, while on the serious music scene he has worked with musicians like Jordi Savall. He has received awards and distinctions of all kinds, both in his country and at festivals and auditoriums in Munich, Paris, Chicago and Montreux. He will also come accompanied by his regular musical director, the accordionist Boban Prodanović. And his presence is bound to provide an extra incentive for the BGKP to show its inexhaustible and passionate exploration of timbres and flavours from the Klezmer and Romany tradition, and Balkan music in general. With members from Catalonia, Italy, Serbia, Greece, France and Andalusia, this line-up is the natural evolution of the Barcelona Gipsy Klezmer Orchestra, one of the best-known exponents of roots music in this country.

Sandra Sangiao vocals, Bora Dugić flute, Dani Carbonell clarinet, Oleksandr Sora violin, Julien Chanal guitar, Boban Prodanović accordion, Mattia Schirosa accordion, Ivan Kovacevic double bass, Stelios Togias percussion.

Venue name: Teatre Grec
Contact:
Address: Pg. Santa Madrona, 36
Sants-Montjuïc
Barcelona

Transport: Espanya (M: L1,L3;FGC)
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