Polish Institute marks 10th anniversary

ArtVault and the Polish Institute present the electronic trio Dagadana, tonight, at Bucharest’s Control Club. The night will be opened by Camil, who will kick the party started with a DJ set in his consecrated style. With a mixed line-up of members from Poland and Ukraine, Dagadana’s songs start from a theoretical jazz basis, mixed with techniques peculiar to electronic music and drawing heavily on local brands of Slavonic folk. Dagadana’s performances include processed voices, synthetic sounds and children’s toys, creating a universe from another dimension, which sucks you in like a vortex. Dagadana is made up of Daga Gregorowicz – vocal, electronic instruments, Dana Vynnytska – vocal, keyboard, Miko?aj Pospieszalski – contrabass, violin. The Dagadana concert is part of, a project which set out to bring, at the Control Club a series of events dedicated to some of the major artists from Poland’s alternative cult scene. Pati Yang, Kino Oko, Dagadana and Loco Star are the four names which will contribute, between January and April, to turning the Control Club into a “hub” of Polish alternative music. The concert marks ten years since the founding of the Polish Institute.

Venue: Control Club, 10 pm; Address: 19, Academiei St, tel. no.: 0733 927 861

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