The Cedar Cultural Center

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  • Located half a block south of the Cedar and Riverside intersection in the artistic West Bank district, near downtown Minneapolis.

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  • Accessible to Disabled
  • Can Accommodate Groups of 45 or more

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  1. Kolyada: Winter Songs from the Black Sea

    Kolyada: Winter Songs from the Black Sea

    416 Cedar Ave S
    Minneapolis, MN 55454
    Call: (612) 338-2674

    Kolyada: Winter Songs from the Black Sea will feature the talents of Mila Vocal Ensemble, Orkestar Bez Ime, Nomadi and Peter O'Gorman. Kolyada offers songs and folklore from Bulgaria, Ukraine, Russia, Romania, Turkey and the Republic of Georgia - all celebrating the great seasonal passage from darkness into light.

    The all-ages show offers traditional a cappella and accompanied songs, featuring folk instruments from the region. Selections will include ancient songs learned by Mila Vocal Ensemble on a recent trip to the Republic of Georgia, modern arrangements of Romanian Colinde (carols) written by Orkestar Bez Ime violinist, Colleen Bertsch, and original compositions for the toaca, a semantron used by Orthodox priests to call parishioners to church, written and performed by percussionist, Peter O'Gorman. Orkestar Bez Ime and Nomadi, Balkan bands featuring native Bulgarian musicians and local artists, round out the show with instrumental and vocal music from Bulgaria, Turkey, Ukraine, and Russia.

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