Russian and English Songs by Strannik  | The White Hart Oxford  | Sun 26th January 2020 Lineup

Russian and English Songs by Strannik

The White Hart in Oxford

Sunday 26th January 2020

7:00pm til 9:00am

No age restrictions

Strannik is an acoustic trio specialising in performing traditional music from Russia, Eastern Europe, Britain and beyond.

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Russian and English Songs by Strannik on Sunday 26th January 2020

The Oxford based trio Strannik, a musical collaboration between Russian singer Tatiana Soloviova and British folk musicians Jon Bennett (guitar, bouzouki, whistles, backing vocals) and violinist Dominic Wilkinson (, Facebook: Tatiana Strannik).

Strannik was a prize winner at the Llangollen International Eisteddfod in Wales in 2019, and has been subsequently booked at the Broadstairs, Cropredy and BunkFest festivals where they provided not only music but also Russian Dance masterclass.

Their first album 'Songs From Russia' was described as 'a beautiful set of Russian songs... delightful and educational' , “powerful vocals and sensitive support” (Oxford Daily Info, Shire Folk). Some of the songs, though originally Russian, are very familiar to Western audiences - Those Were the Days, The Carnival is Over, Where Have All The Flowers Gone...

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