Polish Folk At The Holy Oak! Vlesie Ep Release!

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Hey folk lovers!

Time to share part of our repertoire with "Songs from the woods" EP by VLESIE!
Our Polish-Finnish-Canadian trio recorded a few songs for you to listen in the comfort of your own home! :)

When, where and how to get the EP?
Come to our show and follow these instructions:

HOLY OAK on 1241 Bloor Street W.
25th of October 2016 (Tuesday) at 8 pm
ADMISSION: $10 (including the EP!)
Forest inspired folk fusion, polish food and special opening guests:
FOLKED UP band!

VLESIE "Songs from the woods" EP is the unusual & international collaboration of musicans:

Ewelina Ferenc - vocal, percussion
Cassie Norton - violin, vocals
Matti Palonen - kantele, vocals

We were working together on the material for a year. We were laughing, we were crying, we had a great time together!
Wanna see the result?

Come to Holy Oak and check it out!
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MORE INFO ABOUT VLESIE BAND:
Ewelina Ferenc is a singer and ethnomusicologist from Poland. She has lived and travelled throughout Europe, the Middle East and Asia, collecting traditional songs and singing styles from many places. She is currently exploring Canada, where she performs with a local musicians.

Matti Palonen is a Toronto musician and Luthier. He plays the kantele in the Finnish Kalevala tradition, and with the folk dance collective Balfolk Toronto. Matti led an advanced kantele workshop in 2015 at the Finnish Canadian Festival.

Cassie Norton is a violinist, multi-instrumentalist, improvisor, composer, singer-songwriter, performer and educator currently completing her masters in music composition at York University. She loves to explore many different types of music.

They all met in August 2015 in Grafton, Ontario at the Folk Camp organized by Kosa Kolektiv. They were drawn to each other’s music, and created a unique combination of Eastern and Northern European styles.
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