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PLEASE visit www.evasalina.com !!!!!
Hello friends old and new! For those of you being directed here from the Alwan website, I no longer use this site, and I’d love you to come visit me at http://www.evasalina.com, as that is the most current updated site … Continue reading
Eva featured on WNYC’s “One NY Artist”
Huge thanks to Gisele Regatão for this beautiful piece! http://www.wnyc.org/articles/wnyc-news/2013/apr/27/one-ny-artist-singer-eva-salina/
New Solo Record AVAILABLE NOW!
Hello Friends, I’m thrilled to announce my solo album is now available! Nine songs from the first twenty years of a love affair with Balkan music, performed a cappella and with accordion accompaniment. The album will be available for digital … Continue reading
7-13 march, 2013: concerts en paris/nancy/bruxelles avec miléna kartowski
hello everyone! i’m thrilled to be able to share the full details of my performances with Miléna Kartowski in France and Belgium. We have created a program of Traditional Yiddish and Romani songs, mostly a cappella and focused on women’s … Continue reading
Eva Salina Band’s APAP Debut at Maqam Fest
I’m thrilled that my new band will be making our APAP debut on January 11th at the 2nd annual Maqam Fest, co-produced by Alwan for the Arts and Center for Traditional Music and Dance. We’ll be performing at 8:25pm. The … Continue reading
Circular Church–Charleston, SC. September 2012.
Anton Sergeev took this picture during our travels with OneBeat, a program of Found Sound Nation and the US Department of State. I spent the month of September traveling and creating new music with many inspiring and inspired young musicians … Continue reading
OneBeat Fellowship Begins 9/9: Public Performances and Events Announced!
Check out the map of our tour: OneBeat Tour Map Here’s the list of venues and spaces and institutions we’ll be working with: http://www.1beat.org/spaces/performances-and-events/ For more information about the incredible team of artists, musicians, producers, thinkers and creators I’ll be … Continue reading
Eva’s Balkan Singing Class, Mendocino Balkan Camp 2012.
Check out my Introduction to Balkan Singing class at Mendocino Balkan Music and Dance Camp, 2012. This is their performance from the Student Concert on the last day of camp. These fine folks were up and working at 9:30 am … Continue reading
eva salina primack & merima ključo at alwan for the arts
Thank you to Alwan for the Arts and The Center for Traditional Music and Dance for co-presenting the debut performance of Eva and Merima Ključo. Thank you as well to all those in attendance–it was a wonderful evening together with … Continue reading
Carnegie Hall blogs about the Musical Explorers Program
Carnegie Hall featured a short and sweet piece on their blog about the Musical Explorers Program, which I was proud and thrilled to be a part of; I was one of three featured artists (alongside Emeline Michel, an incredible Haitian singer, and The Wiyos, a wonderful American roots music group) in the concert series that ran last week. Through the curriculum we developed together, 5000 children in New York City schools learned Albanian and Bulgarian songs, and the feeling of 500 kids singing along with you in each show is beyond description. I think elation is the closest thing I can find to articulate the energy I felt from those kids, and I feel such gratitude to their dedicated teachers who helped them learn the rhythms and the songs. Thanks also to my dear friends and colleagues Ariadne Greif, Pera (Peter) Stan and Yuliyan Yordanov. Please enjoy the link.