12/07/2024 (Friday)

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Biele’s music comes from a place where country borders are blurred. Only here can you hear songs sung in a mazurating dialect, although these sounds are also known in Belarus. Similar words are sung by Lithuanians in the Dzūkijan dialect in a way that strikes a chord with us Poles. And it feels like our own, native song.

Biele is a music project started by Julita Charytoniuk, Ulka Murawko and Piotr Fiedorowicz – people from the Suwałki Region, who grew up in a land of green forests, remote marshes and riverside meadows. Places where mundane reality blends with the atmosphere of mystery and mysticism, and daily grind smoothly passes into leisure time. Biele is the music of the Suwałki Region. The old one, which we sometimes irrationally miss and the present one, in which we try to live rationally.

Julita Charytoniuk – vocals, frame drum, percussion instruments

Ulka Murawko – dulcimer, vocals, percussion instruments

Piotr Fiedorowicz – bagpipes, bass guitar, violin, vocals

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Tęgie Chłopy

The band continues the traditions of dance music of the Kielce region in its authentic and non-stylised form. Their repertoire and instruments are based on the best models – traditional bands that used to play at weddings and village dances around Łagów and Opatów, such as the bands of the Witkowski brothers of Orłowiny, the Krakowiaks from Zbelutka, Antoni Witkowski from Cisów and others.

The name of the band is a musical statement: Chłopy mostly play the traditional chłopy three-dimensional, melodious tunes typical of the eastern Kielce region. Tęgie Chłopy want to play at dances to “make the ceiling go up” – as it allegedly happened at parties where the famous Witkowski brothers’ band used to play. What certainly helps to lift the ceiling is the presence of a strong wind section – trumpet, clarinet and tuba.

The band has played at dance parties and festivals of traditional and contemporary music throughout Poland, as well as in Sweden, France, Germany, South Korea, United Arab Emirates, etc. In 2022, they played in Lisbon at WOMEX – the most famous world music fair.

So far, Tęgie Chłopy have released three albums: Dansing (2015, label: Muzyka Odnaleziona), Wesele! (2017, label: Wodzirej) and Rakieta! (2021, Echo Production). In the 2019 poll of the Radio Centre for Folk Culture, Dansing was voted the best Polish folk album in the Centre’s 25-year history. Meanwhile, Rakieta! won the 2021 Polish Radio competition for the Folk Record of the Year 2021.


Maniucha Bikont – tuba, vocals

Maciej Filipczuk – violin

Mateusz Kowalski – accordion, baraban drum, violin, vocals

Michał Maziarz – tenor horn

Dorota Murzynowska – baraban drum

Kazimierz Nitkiewicz

Aleksandrer Kwietniak

Marcin Żytomirski – violin

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13/07/2024 (Saturday)

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The band, set up in 2022, consists of musicians who were brought together by their shared passion for rituals and ethnic music. The emphasis is on a common musical language. The musicians want music to read their emotions. The entire quintet sing the way folk bands used to perform, and the frontwoman combines vocals with dance on the stage.

Tryptyk Biłgorajski tells the story of longing, broken heart and purification. It is a kind of musical rite that provides release through opening oneself to difficult emotions, naming and allowing oneself to experience them. The original lyrics became the starting point for the compositions created by the band. These are not jazz arrangements of folk songs, but an attempt to recreate a country band while preserving the musical influences of each of the band members and their personal experiences, which they mix with the sounds in a musical rite potion. Magda, who comes from Biłgoraj, chose these songs from the area around her hometown.

Magda Kuraś – vocals, dance

Maciej Świninski – vocals, burza, tambourine

Ziemowit Klimek – double bass, vocals

Kuba Krzanowski – percussion, vocals



The group stands out as the only Scandinavian-French-Canadian big band playing in a cross-over and folk style in the Nordic countries. It comprises ten ambitious young musicians from diverse backgrounds: jazz, classical, rock, and folk. The band’s repertoire includes both old and new songs and melodies from Sweden, Denmark, Norway, the province of Québec, and Cape Breton Island – from melancholic ballads to lively dance melodies: polska and reel. 

Traditional folk instruments, such as the fiddle, wooden flute, and accordion, are accompanied by the double bass, piano, and guitar, as well as a brass section with saxophones, trumpet, and trombone, creating a powerful, almost bombastic sound on the border between traditional folk music and big band. The twenty instruments played by ten musicians generate enormous amounts of positive energy, and wherever Spöket i Köket performs, they can count on an exceptionally enthusiastic reception.

The band started out in 2015 and their first record ”Den nya spisen” (The new stove), netted them a nomination for newcomer of the year at the Swedish folk- and world music gala of 2017. In 2019, the band’s second album, Chateau du garage, was released, which not only received good reviews and resulted in a long concert tour, but also received a nomination in the Best Album category at the 2019 Danish Music Awards. In 2022, their third album, Kurbits & Flames, was released, which entertains listeners and gets them dancing.

Line up:

Nisse Blomster – Guitars, mandolin, banjo, vocals, jaw harp, podorythmie

Mads Kjøller Henningsen – Flutes, hurdy-gurdy, jaw harp

Signe Kierkgaard Schmidt – Violin

Lies Hendrix – Melodeon

Emma Engström – Piano, organ

Erik Bengtsson – Bass

Albin Lagg – Trumpet, flugelhorn

Sebastian Petersson – Trombone

Henrik Büller – Baritone sax, alto sax

Erik Larsson – Tenor sax, clarinet

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14/07/2024 (Sunday)

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Teho is a Finnish fiddle duo that breaks musical boundaries without forgetting their roots, deeply embedded in tradition. Both fiddlers grew up in the Central Ostrobothnia region, known as a vibrant center of folk music.

Their work seamlessly combines traditional Finnish fiddle music, folk dances—halling from Norway and polska from Sweden, bebop, swing, and contemporary folk music. Improvisation also plays an important role in the duo’s sound. Tero Hyväluoma and Esko Järvelä are not only leading names in Scandinavian folk music but also freelancers blending various musical genres. They have been playing together for years in different bands and projects, including one of the most renowned Finnish folk bands, Frigg. Teho’s debut album was nominated for the Finnish Grammy (Emma Awards) in 2018.

Line up:

Tero Hyväluoma – fiddle 

Esko Järvelä – fiddle 

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The band entered the Norwegian folk music scene in late 2020 and quickly gained international acclaim for their debut album. Their unique arrangements of traditional folk melodies offer new perspectives and showcase a wide range of moods and textures—from quiet whispers to aggressive noise.

Timeless folk melodies, shaped and refined over centuries, tirelessly guide the listener through open soundscapes or tight and claustrophobic musical spaces. On their second studio album Østerlide, titled Kilden, one can find both light and darkness.

As one reviewer wrote: “At the forefront is Ulvik’s warm, crystal-clear vocals, which tenderly and melodically express the traditional essence of these melodies. Surrounding them are the performances of Haddeland and Ibsen Thorsrud—subtle, spacious, and full of sonic nuances.”

Line up:

Liv Ulvik – vocals

Andreas Haddeland – guitars 

Ulrik Ibsen Thorsrud – drums 

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