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Kabile Bulgarian Wedding Band, Friday, November 16 at Hungarian House, NYC

ZLATNE USTE BRASS BAND

Please join us on Friday November 16

For a fabulous concert and dance party with

Kabile Bulgarian Wedding Band

-Belle and Michael

Kabile features the incredible:
Donka Koleva -vocals
Ivan Handzhiev -accordion and vocals
Nikolay Doktorov -kaval (flute)
Dzhenko Andreev -gaida (bagpipe)
Nikolay Kolev -gadulka (bowed rebec/pear shaped fiddle)

Date: Friday, November 16
Time: doors open 7:30pm, 8 pm live music
Place: Hungarian House,  213 East 82nd Street, Manhattan

Admission $20 advance tickets; $25 at door

Delectable Bulgarian a la carte dinner and snacks will be available for purchase.  Cash bar

There will be a short performance by Bosilek Dance Group

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About the band:

Kabile Traditional Wedding Band was formed in 1978 and became one of the most popular bands in Thrace. Based in the city of Yambol, the group took its name from the village of Kabile, where they performed one of their earliest gigs. The group specialized in performing native music on traditional village instruments, resulting in an acoustic experience quite different from that played on Western instruments influenced by American jazz. This form of Bulgarian wedding music has attracted worldwide attention and scholarship for its incredible virtuosity and musicianship. During its heyday, the band played almost every weekend at weddings, baptisms and cultural festivals in Thrace.

The band’s members each serve as an outstanding representative of his or her musical specialty. Individually, each member of the band has an exceptional history of scholarship and performance. Collectively they form one of the most respected ensembles in Bulgarian Thrace.