Mountain Melodies 2023 Concert Series
Mountain Melodies 2023 Concert Series Events
Singing, dancing and alpine air! This series features performances by great musicians and dancers amid the majestic mountain lake views. Come join the fun this summer at Lake Wenatchee State Park!
Time: All concerts are 8-9 p.m.
Location: South Park Amphitheater (Directions)
radost folk ensemble & dunava
Join members of Radost Folk Ensemble and Dunava for the music, dance, and song traditions of Eastern Europe and the Balkans.
Radost Folk Ensemble has presented the music, dance, and costume traditions of Eastern Europe throughout the Pacific Northwest since 1976. The Radost repertoire includes traditions of Croatia, Macedonia, Bulgaria, Romania, Hungary, Serbia, Bosnia, Ukraine and Russia, with ornate costumes and live music on traditional instruments.
Dunava is a Seattle-based women's vocal ensemble specializing in the a cappella folk music of Eastern Europe. Founded in 2005, the group is made up of singers from diverse musical backgrounds who share a passion for complex and beautiful harmonies. The choir's repertoire includes songs from the Balkans as well as other Slavic countries and the Caucasus.
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Since 1984, Eclectic Cloggers have been performing traditional Appalachian clog dancing throughout the Pacific Northwest, accompanied by old time music bands. A returning favorite at Lake Wenatchee, they share live music and dancing that is engaging for audiences of all ages.
Leikarringen has been performing traditional Norwegian dances for over 60 years. Their repertoire includes: song dances (sangdanser), figure dances (turdanser), village dances (bygdedanser), and old time dances (gammeldanser). They perform throughout the year at various community events including Norwegian Constitution Day (known as Syttende Mai) in Ballard, Viking Fest in Poulsbo, NW Folklife at the Seattle Center, Skandia Folkdance Society's Midsommarfest at Saint Edward State Park, Nordic Fest on Whidbey Island, ScanFair in Portland, as well as events at the National Nordic Museum.