The show is part of Banjolectric's European tour to release his second album, "As Above."
As a part of this performance, Banjolectric will be joined by Tallinn's own Berit Aicha Vill for a presentation likely never seen before: a fusion of music and dance styles stretching across 1000s of years of culture, possible only in our modern age.
Doors at 18.00 / Show at 19.00
Pre-sale tickets (www.fienta.ee/v/heldeke)
Early bird 10 €
Regular 12 €
Last minute 15 €
Tables +15 € (up to 4 ppl)
Shattering your idea of "banjo music," Detroit's Banjolectric is shaking up expectations for America's original folk instrument. Combining modern beats, contemporary lyrics, and international sounds with undeniable banjo chops, Mulkern stays true to the roots of the 5-string banjo while updating "Americana" for our modern and globally-connected world.
Banjolectric's debut album "So Below" was named in international magazine Pop Matters' "Top 20 Folk Albums of 2018."
Berit Aicha Vill:
Aicha aka Berit Vill is the director, dancer and choreographer and designer of Müstika Maagiline Teater (Müstika Magical Theatre), the biggest oriental dance theatre in Estonia.
She started oriental dance in 2000 and since then has worked as a dancer and teacher in Estonia, Latvia, France, Greece and has organized and taken part in various projects all over the world.
In 2009 Aicha opened the Müstika Dance Studio in the city center of Tallinn and has hosted various dancers, festivals, haflas, workshops and parties. She has also introduced new dance styles for the first time to Estonia: burlesque, american tribal style and tribal fusion belly dance.