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#1: Mariana Sadovska in Philadelphia

Posted on 2005-11-15 21:22:49 by suggarillo

On Saturday, December 3, Philadelphia will host Ukrainian-born singer
and actress Mariana Sadovska in a world premiere candlelit performance
of music from her new CD, Borderland. Called "one of the most
thrilling and intense singers in any style" and "oddly perfect" by the
New York Times, Mariana performs her interpretations of songs taught to
her by people she met during ten summers traveling the rural regions of
her homeland. She sings in a chilling and unique open-throated style
that features shrills, hollers, and whispers, and plays a harmonium,
the hand-pumped reed organ of Indian origin. Her shows are mesmerizing
and not to be missed.

Mariana's last two performances in Philadelphia were sold-out, and for
this performance, she will be joined by formidable New York musicians
Anthony Coleman (piano), Roberto Rodriguez (percussion), and Doug
Wieselman (sax and clarinet). So we are moving her to a larger yet
still intimate venue, First Unitarian on Chestnut Street. To hear a
one hour interview with Mariana on WHYY's Radio Times, go to and search the archive for "Sadovska".

Also featured that evening... Elaine Hoffman Watts, a 73-year old
Klezmer drumming grandmother from the renowned Hoffman Klezmer family
of Philadelphia. Her father played with the Philadelphia Orchestra as
well as in his own Klezmer band, and Elaine was the first woman
accepted into the Curtis Institute of Music. She was recently awarded
a Pew Fellowship of the Arts.

And finally... Lidia Kaminska of Poland, the only person we've ever met
who actually has a PhD in Accordion Performance. If you think
accordion is all about the polka, come see the classically trained
Kaminska tear up Bach and Rachmaninoff.

Buy your tickets now as they have already started moving quickly.

with Anthony Coleman, Doug Weiselman, and Roberto Rodriguez
Plus Elaine Hoffman Watts + Lidia Kaminska
Saturday, December 3rd; doors 6:30pm; showtime 7pm SHARP
First Unitarian, 2125 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, PA
Tickets: $20 at the door or $15 advance tickets available at...
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More information on Mariana at
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More information on Lidia Kaminska at
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