Ballads and Lullabies in Slavic, European, Jewish, and Brazilian folklore

Psoy Korolenko (Pavel Lion), 2019 Grammy nominee, singer-songwriter, translator, columnist, scholar, Ph.D. in Russian literature.

October 25, 2021
10:00 am - 11:15 am
Location
Black Family Visual Arts Center, room 104
Sponsored by
Russian Department
Audience
Public
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Carol Bean-Carmody
6036462070
Starts at 10:10 am
LULLABAYKAS AND BALLALAYKAS: 
Ballads and Lullabies in Slavic, European, Jewish, and Brazilian folklore
Psoy Korolenko (Pavel Lion),  2019 Grammy nominee, singer-songwriter, translator, columnist, scholar, Ph.D. in Russian literature. One of today's Russia most popular channsonniers. On stage since 1997, released more than 20 albums solo or in collaboration and several books of selected essays, lyrics, and translations. He created a unique type of folk-cabaret, integrating styles and traditions of various cultures (Soviet popular and folk song, French chanson, Klezmer, Tropicalia).   Recording Academy voting member. Participant of international projects such as "Brothers Nazaroff", "Defesa", "Yiddish Glory". In 2019, "Yiddish Glory'' was nominated to Grammy and became the Fiddler On The Roof Awardee from the Federation of Jewish Communities of Russia as a cultural event of the year.
Free and open to the public
Sponsored by the Russian Department and Jewish Studies Program
Location
Black Family Visual Arts Center, room 104
Sponsored by
Russian Department
Audience
Public
More information
Carol Bean-Carmody
6036462070