Listen to the Music of an All-Female A Cappella Group
Slaveya Vocal Ensemble, in the Washington, DC metropolitan area is a women’s ensemble that has been performing as a group since 1984. We are especially interested in the vocal folk music of Eastern Europe, including the Caucasus, and neighboring regions.
We have released an album, On the Village Square: Songs from the Balkans and Beyond, that you can now listen to. You can purchase our CD by reaching out to us or through CD Baby and iTunes.
You may also listen to our songs through our YouTube channel. We hope that you enjoy our performances.
We appeared on Jennifer Cutting's Ocean Orchestra’s Wammie-award-winning album with Tatiana Sarbinska. The album, entitled “OCEAN: Songs for the Night Sea Journey,” is available online at CD Baby.
Neptune Reel/Woman of the House is the last track in the album. It was selected to be in a benefit collection entitled “Glass Half Full: 23 Women with Songs of Comfort and Strength.”
Several of our members were invited to be a part of a very interesting project held at the Library of Congress. “The 78 Project: Documenting Historic Sound in the Contemporary World” features musicians of various genres across the US.
Keep yourself updated with our events. We hope to see you there!
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