Hello dear listeners!
Please join us on Sunday, April 15th, at 3pm, when we are thrilled to welcome back Ilusha to the Parlor. His latest project will bring an intimate afternoon of voices and music that celebrate global truths through the unique elements of Georgian folk songs.
Ilusha Tsinadze – voice, guitar
Stephanie Hemshrot – voice
Alex Kutubidze- voice
Chris Tordini – voice, upright bass
Ilusha Tsinadze is a singer, guitarist, composer, and arranger born in Tbilisi, Georgia. After studying jazz in college, his passion shifted to the music of his homeland. In 2011, Ilusha released his debut album, Deda Ena (Mother Tongue), which featured his own distinctly personal interpretations of Georgian folk songs along with compositions of his own. The music video for his song “Mokhevis Kalo Tinao” went viral in Georgia and has since won him wide acclaim and national fame in the country. He has performed with his Brooklyn-based band around the world, allowing audiences to experience his emotional renditions of Georgia’s beautiful and little-known musical traditions.
Please join us as Ilusha and his crew help us shake off the long cold winter and celebrate spring!
Sunday 15 April, Ilusha
Doors at 2:30 PM, concert begins at 3:00 PM sharp.
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