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While we regret the cancelation of both our Mendocino and Iroquois Springs workshops due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we are excited to have presented our first-ever, completely online Virtual Camps, each with three days of immersive classes, live-music performances, and community gatherings. Virtual Camp West Coast (July 17-19, 2020) was a great success, with 350 people registered. Our East Coast Virtual Camp (August 14-16) is now complete, with over 380 attendees!

Registration is now closed for both camps. Stay tuned for more EEFC-sponsored virtual events & classes!


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Berkeley, California

Vadalma concert in Berkeley, CA -- Hungarian Folk Songs in Handmade Arrangements

January 28, 2018 at 6:30 pm – 9:00 pm

Doors 6:30. Show starts at 7pm.
The Back Room
1984 Bonita Ave, Berkeley ~ Very close to BART
$15 in advance / $18 at the door (cash only), $2 off for students
Tickets: https://backroommusic.com/events-1/2018/1/28/vadalma
BYOB

Vadalma (“Wild Apple”) creates vibrant, intimate arrangements of Hungarian village folk songs, featuring the rich singing traditions of Transylvania, Moldavia, Transdanubia, and other areas of the Carpathian Basin. Led by Zina Bozzay, with the fiery fiddling of Matthew Szemela and Misha Khalikulov’s soulful cello, these striking melodies, unique rhythms, and colorful lyrics are framed with both traditional and original accompaniment. Vadalma has collaborated with numerous artists from Hungary, including the Enyedi-Salamon Quartet, Berecz István, and Dűvő, and received many grants for their work, bringing a new face to this beautiful heritage around the US.

For more information, visit www.zinabozzay.com/vadalma.

The Back Room
1984 Bonita Ave
Berkeley, California
USA