BDAA-2005, Ensemble Barynya at the the Balalaika and Domra Association of America conference in Madison, Wisconsin
Members of ensemble Barynya performed at the Balalaika and Domra Association of America BDAA conference at
the University of Wisconsin-Madison during The 27th Annual RUSSIAN FESTIVAL CONCERT on Saturday, July 23, 2005 at the Mills Concert Hall, UW School of Music.
Singers, dancers and musicians of Barynya ensemble performed at the conventions of BDAA (Balalaika and Domra Association of America) in 2005, 2010, 2013, 2015, 2016, 2017, and 2018.
Dancers, singers, and musicians of Russian dance and music ensemble Barynya are available for hire for the performing art centers, festivals, schools, libraries, concert halls, restaurants, private and corporate events as one powerful ensemble or in smaller groups.
Concert program included instrumental solos, ensembles, singers, and dancers featuring world-renowned artists:
Nadezhda Burdykina, Domra (Russia)
Igor Senin, Balalaika (Russia)
The BDAA Large Festival Orchestra
Svetlana Nikonova, Music Director (Washington, D.C.)
Russian folk music and dance ensemble Barynya with Alex Siniavski (balalaika), Mikhail Smirnov (guitar, vocal), Judy Sherman (vocal), Victor
Gorodinsky (balalaika contrabass) and Greg Harbar (accordion) opened the GALA.
The Balalaika and Domra Association of America 2005
Video of ensemble Barynya performance
Opening speach by Maxwell McCullough, Contrabass Balalaika.
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Daydreams Waltz Ц V. Andreev
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Csardas Ц V. Monti
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Sergei Gusarov - A. Siniavski, M. Smirnov
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Solnyshko (Little Sun) Ц Gypsy Song
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Gori, Gori (Burn, Burn, Gypsy Love) - A. Dimitrievich
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1. Introduction 2. Tuning 3. Strumming 4. Thumb Pizzicato 5. Pizzicato Vibrato 6. Double Pizzicato 7. Single Pizzicato 8. Tremolo 9. The Rolls 10. Left Hand Position 11. Learning a Song 12. Scales 13. Basic Chords 14. The Folk Balalaika