Opublikowano: May 17, 2018

Ladies and Gentlemen, here comes another tasty portion of news from the World of Globaltica. During the energetic nights at Kolibki Park in July you will  hear the following artists:


Raï is a type of Algerian popular music that arose in the 1920s in the  port city of Oran and that self-consciously ran counter to accepted artistic and social mores. A new electro-Maghreb vision of that genre by 
Sofiane Saidi, called sometimes "the Prince of Raï 2.0", blends oriental science and contemporary urgency with the vivid and colourful sound of Mazalda. 
Concert at Globaltica will be their first meeting with Polish audience.


Kapela Niwińskich are a group of disciples of village musicians, active artists and researchers into Polish music traditions, seeking the indigenous sound of folk music, initiators and participants of numerous events aiming at bringing local folk musical tradition to life. 
Their repertoire comprises village oberks and mazurkas, polkas, krakowiaks or waltzes and this is what they will present during the Globaltica social dancing evening on Wednesday, 25th July.

ARVVAS (Sámi/ Norway)

A joik (also spelled yoik), is one of the most characteristic traditional Sámi form of expression - a traditional form of song and a vocal technique at once which has been a great inspiration for the group. 
ARVVAS (a Sámi word meaning having energy, desire for work) is the collaboration of the Sámi joiker Sara Marielle Gaup and the Norwegian bass player and singer Steinar Raknes. 
Their music offers a fusion of joik, Americana and elements of jazz. Concert at Globaltica will be their first meeting with Polish audience.

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