Bea Palya and Mari Kalkun
Bea Palya's 2014 album Nő (‘Woman') is what inspired and launched the "My Silks” - Divas From Around the World series at Müpa Budapest in 2015. On each occasion, she invites "singing fairies and amazon musicians” who are important to her but perhaps less familiar to the Hungarian audience to a joint concert. After sharing the stage with a Kurd (Çiğdem Aslan), a Cape Verdean (Mayra Andrade), a Norwegian (Beate S. Lech) and an artist of Iranian origin now based in Turkey (Michal Elia Kamal) she has now invited a guest who speaks Estonian folklore as her mother tongue: Mari Kalkun.
Presented by: Müpa Budapest
vocals, kannel, footbell, accordion, pianoMari Kalkun
vocals, sansula, tapan, televiBea Palya
double bassGyörgy Orbán
drums, percussion instrumentsÁdám Klausz
wind instrumentsBalázs "Dongó” Szokolay
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