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Vrï: Chamber Folk from Wales (Homegrown Concerts, Library of Congress, American Folklife Center)

Vrï is a trio from Wales in the U.K., whose members describe their music as ‘chamber-folk’. Bringing together the experience of Jordan Price Williams (cello, voice) Patrick Rimes (violin, viola, foot percussion, voice) and Aneirin Jones (violin, voice) Vrï plays tunes and songs from the Celtic nations and beyond, attempting to combine the energy of […]


The Samoan Studies Institute Students’ Association For Faasamoa: Traditional Dance from Samoa (Homegrown Concerts, Library of Congress, American Folklife Center)

The Samoan Studies Institute at American Samoa Community College formed the Students’ Association For Faasamoa (SAFF) in 2009. It is comprised of students at the college who are interested in learning about Samoan culture. Its purpose is to teach college students the Faasamoa, or the Samoan way, and to preserve its traditions. Since its inception, […]


Samite: Music and Song from Uganda (Homegrown Concerts, Library of Congress, American Folklife Center)

Samite was born and raised in Uganda, but left as a political refugee in 1982. He spent the following few years in Kenya where he studied African traditional musical instruments and rhythms. He mastered the kalimba (thumb piano), marimba (wooden xylophone), litungu (seven-stringed Kenyan lyre) and various flutes, both traditional and western, and learned both […]


Spartimu: Vocal Polyphony from Corsica (Homegrown Concerts, Library of Congress, American Folklife Center)

The Spartimu ensemble is devoted to traditional polyphonic singing as passed on in the oral traditions of Corsica. Their style and repertoire are based on deep research into the practice of the singing tradition known as “cantu in paghjella,” which is recognized by UNESCO as an important and endangered tradition (“intangible cultural heritage in urgent […]


Tenzin Choegyal: Tibetan Music from Australia (Homegrown Concerts, Library of Congress, American Folklife Center)

Tenzin Choegyal is a Tibetan/Australian artist, composer, activist, musical director and cultural ambassador, widely considered one of the world's finest musicians with Tibetan heritage. While proudly continuing the unbroken nomadic lineage central to his music, Tenzin also embraces opportunities to take his music into more contemporary, uncharted territory, both in the studio and on stage. […]