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Ukraine's DakhaBrakha to Make US Debut at Elebash Hall, 9/19

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Ukraine's DakhaBrakha to Make US Debut at Elebash Hall, 9/19

On Thursday, September 19 2013, DAKHABRAKHA, modern ritual and songs from the ukraine, will make its US debut at Elebash Hall, 365 Fifth Ave between 34 and 35 Street, NYC. Doors at 6pm, Show at 7:00pm.

Tickets: $25 / $20 Graduate Center Members and NYC Students. Tickets available online at www.showclix.com/event/DakhaBrakha.
Tickets Available by Phone at 1-888-71-TICKETS

fRoots magazine calls the visually striking and sonically mesmerizing theatrical cult phenomenon DakhaBrakha, "thrilling." This quartet of multi-instrumentalists from Kiev draw on Ukrainian folk melodies and rhythms with an eye toward modern electronic and jazz innovations. As such, DakhaBrakha's melodically driven music is wildly experimental yet still deeply steeped in ancient tradition. Three young women, clad in wedding dresses and tall Cossack-style hats, sing in soaring, vibrato-less voices while accompanied by accordion, drums, and cello, as well as by the sole male instrumentalist, who also contributes a high vocal lead.

fRoots magazine calls the visually striking and sonically mesmerizing theatrical cult phenomenon DakhaBrakha, "thrilling." This quartet of multi-instrumentalists from Kiev draw on Ukrainian folk melodies and rhythms with an eye toward modern electronic and jazz innovations. As such, DakhaBrakha's melodically driven music is wildly experimental yet still deeply steeped in ancient tradition. Three young women, clad in wedding dresses and tall Cossack-style hats, sing in soaring, vibrato-less voices while accompanied by accordion, drums, and cello, as well as by the sole male instrumentalist, who also contributes a high vocal lead.

For more information, visit www.dakhabrakha.com.ua.

All Live@365 shows stage at Elebash Recital Hall, located within the Graduate Center of the City University of New York's cultural and conference complex. Elebash Hall is an intimate, 180-seat space with classical recital hall design and superb state-of-the-art sound.

Elebash Hall is located at 365 5th Avenue, between West 34 and West 35th Street. The venue is a short walk from the 6 train at the 33rd Street stop, the B/D/F/M or PATH train at the 34 Street Herald Square stop or the 1/2/3 trains at 34 Street Penn Station.

Tickets for all Live@365 shows can be purchased by visiting us online at Liveat365.org, by calling Showclix at 1-888-71-TICKETS (1-888-718-425387) or in person (if available), from 5:30pm until showtime on the day of show at the venue. All tickets are $25 or $20 with a Graduate Center student or faculty ID. Student discount tickets are available for purchase only on-site at the venue.

For more information about shows, questions about the venue, or to learn more about the entire Live@365 season at Live@365, visit us on the web at Liveat365.org.

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