Campfire Club: She'Koyokh | Farafi
Returning for a fourth summer filling London’s green spaces with music. A concert like no other: unamplified, outdoors, around a fire. Gather together and listen.
“The best Balkan and klezmer music in Britain” - The Evening Standard
Since bursting on to the klezmer and Balkan music scene in the early naughties, busking at London’s East End markets, this outstanding band has been at the forefront of UK’s world music scene, releasing four critically acclaimed studio albums, bringing the stunning polyphonic melodies and intricate rhythms of Bulgaria and Macedonia, treasured songs and kolos from Serbian villages, exhilarating Gypsy dances from the Romanian mountains and the Jewish music of Eastern Europe to new stages, venues, radio stations and audiences.
Farafi is a world music band and weaves together traditional African, middle eastern and western contemporary music.
Darlini Singh Kaul & Joy Tyson are at the core of Farafi and create an eclectic collection of traditional, vintage and original songs, that varies from heartfelt to upbeat dancing styles. These two very skilled female vocalists are in constant collaboration with a platform of excellent fellow musicians. Together they shape a fresh and dynamic international musical Collective that has the flexibility to play in a variety of constellations, from a duo to an 8 piece band. Farafi strives to inspire and empower us all to feel the beauty and joy of expression and celebration. Its a sound that gets people dancing and truly touches the heart.
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