Roma Song: Singing Workshop

17 April 2018, 4:00
Roma Song: Singing Workshop

A singing workshop focused on traditional Roma songs will take place in the Amaro Records recording studio and musical café.

The workshop will be led by a singer from the Bagár Roma musical family - Mia Lailaa Hanusková, who has experience from foreign artistic work. Together with her, it will be led by répétiteur, pianist and accordion player Roman Kupčík Horváth (member of the Romano Rat band and others).

The singing workshop will take place on Thursday 19 April from 6 p.m. at Amaro Records at 22 M. Horáková street.

The workshop’s capacity is limited, you can sign up for it by sending an SMS as follows: Pěvecký workshop_19_4_2018_NAME to the telephone number 603 844 224.

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