In a month, on the Green Circles in Kożyczkowo, the international Curawaka quintet will appear. Their songs are celebrated and echoed by the voices of the people of the world, through their spirituality and sacred practices.The debut album of Curawaka "Call of the Wild" is a tribute to the rich folklore of Mother Earth and the tribes that protect it.
You can also buy a ticket only for the concert - the price is PLN 20.
Members of the Curawaka team, from such distant countries as Norway, Mexico, Argentina, Peru and Brazil, spent many years living with indigenous tribes around the world and learning from them.Vocalist Anna Bariyani sings in seven languages, including Hatcha Kuin, Yawanawa, Sami, Spanish, Portuguese, English and her mother tongue - Norwegian.The musicians of Tavo Vasquez, Alberto Arroyo, Cesar Alcedo and Txai Fernando bring to this group the playfulness and passion of Hispanic rhythms, creating a vivid and joyful tapestry that Anna fills with her clear and strong voice. They perform at many Congregations and Festivals around the world.
Curawaka. The musical project of Anna Bariyani (vocals, guitar, hand drum), Alberto Arroyo (guitar, bass), Tavo Vasquez (charango, quena, sikuri), and Txai Fernando (guitar, percussion).
Inspired by native culture, the quartet weaves their unique sound in a vibrant tapestry echoing ancient voices of indigenous folklore and sacred ritual practice, which they playfully unfold in groovy latin folk rhythms, in a genre often called medicine music or sacred world music.
The four core musicians are representing Norwegian, Mexican, Argentinean and Brazilian nationalities, creating a rich ground for original and colorful nuances in the world music scene.
Their first studio album, Call of the Wild (Nixi Music 2018), is a testimony of vocalist and songwriter Anna Bariyani ́s many years of living with and learning from several of the world ́s indigenous tribes. She sings in Hatcha Kuin, Yawanawa, Sami, Spanish, Portuguese, Norwegian and English, voicing a tribute to the peoples of the natural world and their cultural heritage, while calling for a new dawn in history by restoring the fundamental and sacred ways of humanity.