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Sabrina (presenter) The Biotzetik Basque Choir will kick off the evening with both traditional folk songs and sacred music. Founded in Boise, Idaho, in 1986, the thirty-one-person choir consists of native Basques and first- and second-generation Basque Americans.

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Sabrina (presenter) Begona Echeverra; Andrea Miren Bidart; Cathy Petrissans; Mikel Markez (participants) Experience a night of Basque traditional music, interpreted in a modern context. NOKA is a trio of Basque American women based in Chino, California: Andrea Miren Bidart, Begoña Echeverria, and Cathy Petrissans. Together they ize in songs about B...

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2016 July 08
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Kalakan and Gatibu Join us for a night of contemporary Basque music. Hailing from northern Basque country, Kalakan is a trio reinterpreting traditional music and other international rhythms using Basque txalaparta (xylophone-like instrument made from leftover cider-making parts), pandereta (tambourine), atabal (kettledrum), and more. In 2012, they ...

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2016 July 09
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Monica Vallin (presenter); Alberto Plata (participant) Taste salt produced by residents in the Añana Valley of Basque country. The salt comes in various flavors, ranging from fine herbs to wine, and can be purchased in small grinder from the Festival Marketplace.

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2016 July 07
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Armenian Public Radio and TmbaTa Hear how young generations of musicians are harmonizing vintage Armenian melodies with contemporary sensibilities. The members of Armenian Public Radio grew up in the musically vibrant diaspora communities in Southern California. For this concert, they are joined by members of TmbaTa, a youth orchestra from Yerevan,...

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Low Leaf Singer, songwriter, musician, and producer Low Leaf melds traditional instruments with electronic music to create a freeform approach to music that is all her own. Growing up in the San Fernando Valley, Low Leaf appeared on the Los Angeles electronic music scene in 2011, producing and self-releasing albums over the next few years featuring...

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Mikel Markez Mikel Markez is a modern folk singer and songwriter from Errenteria (Gipuzkoa). He began singing at age fifteen, and since then he has recorded several albums and written songs from various other Basque musicians. His most popular song is "Zure Begiek (Your Eyes)."

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Aukeran Dance Company; Eduardo Muruamendiaraz; Ander Errasti; Ekain Cazabon; Ioritz Galarraga; Garazi Egiguren Urkola; Ione Iriarte Arruabarena The Aukeran Dance Company, based in Donostia, was formed in 1997 on the initiative of Edu Muruamendiaraz. The dance company blends traditional with contemporary choreography, creating a unique form of expre...

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2016 July 04
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Amuma Says No is Basque American band based in Boise and founded by five second- and third-generation Amerikanuaks.Their music combines songs in Euskara, with tambourine, trikitixa (accordion), guitar, and a modern rhythm section. Amuma Says No's sound is unique, energetic, and contemporary. Boise is home to one of the largest communities of Basque...

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FandangObon is a collaborative performing arts project led by California-born Japanese and Mexican American artists that explores connections between the participatory music and dance traditions of fandango son jarocho of Veracruz, Mexico, and the Japanese Buddhist ritual of obon. FandangObon was initiated by Great Leap, a nonprofit arts organizati...

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