Preview: DakhaBrakha @ Oval Space (London, 29th November 2017)


They can be minimal and loud, traditional and visionary, polyphonic and discordant, everything and nothing or better… anything and everything and they can afford to be all this because of their talent and creativity.

They are DakhaBrakha, meaning “give and take”, and this November, will bring their very own musical Revolution to Oval Space in London for an radical show enriching Nest Collective and Dash ArtsREVOLUTION17 programme (dedicated to the 100th Anniversary of the Russian Revolution and Post –Soviet cultures).

Since 2003, the Ukrainian quartet has thrilled its listeners and will do the same on the Bethnal Green stage, like in every Revolution, there won’t be any compromise…

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