Barbora Botošová - koncert Bratislava

created: 29. 07. 2021 08:46 modified: 29. 07. 2021 21:54

Barbora Botošová je dcérou Eugena Botoša staršieho (šéf Violin Orchestra Bratislava), sestra Eugena Botoša ml. (džezový klavirista a skladateľ) a vnučka Jána Berkyho Mrenicu staršieho (koncertného majstra SĽUK-u po dobu 33 rokov). V roku 2012 Barbora Botošová skončila štúdium hry na husliach na Vysokej škole múzických umení v Bratislave,  u profesora Petra Michalicu. Kurz kompozície absolvovala pod vedením Ľubice Čekovskej. Pôsobí ako slobodná umelkyňa, realizuje sa v hudobných telesách Bohémiens a Women Rebels. Videozáznam ponúka zostrih maďarských, rumunských, židovských a rómskych skladieb, ale aj  slovenských ľudových piesní.  Koncert sa realizoval v kaviarni Estévéčka v Bratislave dňa 7.2.2014.  Tomáš Cseh - viola, Alexander Cseh - cimbal, Ján Rigo - kontrabas, Barbora Botošová – husle.

category: music

tags: instrumental modern mix quartet borrowed Barbora Botošová general audience internal



Dáša Polláková

created: 29. 07. 2021 07:29 modified: 29. 07. 2021 07:33

Dáša Polláková, actress and singer, member of the Romathan Theater ensemble. In the interview, she talks about her path to singing and acting, about her motivations, about developing her talent during her studies at the Secondary Art School in Košice, and about the influence of the family on her professional orientation. The record was created on January 21, 2014 in Prešov, on the premises of the Alexander Duchnovič Theater.

category: speaking

tags: retrospective biographical monologue guided Slovak Dáša Polláková general audience internal



Edith

created: 26. 07. 2021 07:39 modified: 26. 07. 2021 08:12

Edith is a swing-jazz band that played a concert in Prešov in 2013. They focus on the interpretation of classical jazz and swing sung songs from the first half of the 20th century. Their repertoire also includes contemporary compositions of popular music in jazz arrangements. The output is a DKO from a recorded concert. Vlastimil Král - drums, Július Humeňanský - bass guitar, Pavel Vyjidáček - keyboards, Jozef Breza - guitar, Edita Kovářová - vocals, Adela Kovářová - vocals, guitar.

category: music

tags: vocal-instrumental modern rom-jazz sextet borrowed multilingual Edith general audience internal



Gipsy Chipsy

created: 22. 07. 2021 11:24 modified: 29. 07. 2021 21:53

The boy band Gipsy Chipsy formed in Bardeov, with four members. Their repertoir includes the traditional romani songs, shifted into the modern style. The modern style of singing is added with rap parts, the songs are sung in Slovak and Romani languages. In the video they speak about how they founded the band and what is their music creative process. The video was recorded in Bardejov, on 15.7.2013; the video is a document about creative work of the boy band. Pavol Pilip – manager, composer, Lukas Gruif, Tomas Mihalik – singers, rap, Jan Cina – singer. 

category: speaking

tags: retrospective biographical monologue guided Slovak Gipsy Chipsy general audience internal



Igor Dužda

created: 14. 07. 2021 10:12 modified: 21. 07. 2021 09:20

Igor Dužda was the first Romani editor of the Romani minority Broadcasting in Slovak Radio. He worked there for 17 years. He graduated from the University, his grandmother was a sister of the first Romani writer in former Czechoslovakia Elena Lackova. He also writes stories from the Romani environment as well as the Romani fairy-tales.

category: speaking

tags: retrospective biographical monologue guided Slovak Igor Dužda general audience internal



Roman Eštočák

created: 14. 07. 2021 09:23 modified: 21. 07. 2021 08:00

Roman Estocak is one of the Romanies in Slovakia with university degree. He graduated from the University of Constantine the Philosopher in Nitra, social work. He worked as project manager. Currently, he works at the Office of the Plenipotentiary of the Slovak Republic government for Romani communities. He is married and has a son.

category: speaking

tags: biographical monologue guided Slovak Roman Eštočák general audience internal



Žaneta Štipáková - Čhajori romaňi

created: 09. 07. 2021 09:59 modified: 09. 07. 2021 10:06

Zaneta Stipakova, an actress and singer in the Theater Romathan, sings the Romani folk song Romani Girl, accompanied by the professional pianist, a teacher at the elementary music schools, a composer and a Romani hip-hop performer Miroslav Rac, whose artistic pseudonym is BG. The song Romani Girls is a sort of anthem for the Roma in Slovakia, as it's lyrics express the hard life of Roma during the WWII and the Romani holokaust. The video was recorded on 24th of August, 2015 in Presov, at the event titled Live Book: word - picture - sound, organized by the State Research Library in Presov, as commemoration of the Romani holokaust. 

category: music

tags: vocal-instrumental modern folk solo original Romani Žaneta Štipáková Miroslav Rác general audience internal



Žaneta Štipáková - Devla miro

created: 09. 07. 2021 09:21 modified: 09. 07. 2021 09:44

Zaneta Stipakova, an actress and singer in the Theater Romathan, sings the Romani rom-pop song My God, accompanied by the professional pianist, a teacher at the elementary music schools, a composer and a Romani hip-hop performer Miroslav Rac, whose artistic pseudonym is BG. The song, based on its lyrics and the overall tune, belongs to the cathegory of sad, lament songs. The video was recorded on 24th of August, 2015 in Presov, at the event titled Live Book: word - picture - sound, organized by the State Research Library in Presov, as commemoration of the Romani holokaust.

category: music

tags: vocal-instrumental modern rom-pop solo borrowed Romani Žaneta Štipáková Miroslav Rác general audience internal



Žaneta Štipáková - Khonik naj Devla kada sar Tu

created: 09. 07. 2021 08:49 modified: 09. 07. 2021 08:59

Zaneta Stipakova, an actress and singer from the Theater Romathan, sings a song Nobody's Like You, Lord, from the repertoir of the singer and preacher of the London Gypsy Church (www.lguck.com), Ricardo Kwiek. The lyrics is inspired by the biblical psalm. The language of the lyrics is Romani, the Kalderash dialect. The singer is accompanied by the professional pianist, a teacher at the elementary music schools, a composer and a Romani hip-hop performer Miroslav Rac, whose artistic pseudonym is BG. The video was recorded on 24th of August, 2015 in Presov, at the event titled Live Book: word - picture - sound, organized by the State Research Library in Presov, as commemoration of the Romani holokaust.

category: music

tags: vocal-instrumental modern rom-pop solo borrowed Romani Žaneta Štipáková Miroslav Rác general audience internal



Žaneta Štipáková - Khangeri

created: 09. 07. 2021 08:15 modified: 09. 07. 2021 08:46

Zaneta Stipakova, an actress and singer from the Theater Romathan, sings a song Church, from the repertoir of the singer and preacher of the London Gypsy Church (www.lguck.com), Ricardo Kwiek. The lyrics is inspired by the biblical psalm. The language of the lyrics is Romani, the Kalderash dialect. The singer is accompanied by the professional pianist, a teacher at the elementary music schools, a composer and a Romani hip-hop performer Miroslav Rac, whose artistic pseudonym is BG. The video was recorded on 24th of August, 2015 in Presov, at the event titled Live Book: word - picture - sound, organized by the State Research Library in Presov, as commemoration of the Romani holokaust.

category: music

tags: vocal-instrumental modern rom-pop solo borrowed Romani Žaneta Štipáková Miroslav Rác general audience internal


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