Live Shows are Back – and so are we!

Dear Friends,

Happy summer — with the return of in-person shows, my schedule page is also back!

On it currently:
July 13 at 7pm: Ljova with violinist Sabina Torosjan and cellist Valeriya Sholokhova at Barbès (Park Slope, Brooklyn). Solos and trios – mostly Ljova originals.
August 5 at 7pm: Ljova and the Kontraband make our debut at Caramoor! (Katonah, Westchester County, NY)

August 27 + 28: Carlos Vives returns to the Hollywood Bowl for an expanded collaboration with Gustavo Dudamel and the Los Angeles Philharmonic, featuring Ljova’s arrangements.

September 9: In Vilnius LT for the premiere of “The Seven Little Lanes” and half of the solo fadolín program.

September 24: Ljova presents his new solo program, “Enter The Fadolín, at Bargemusic in Brooklyn.

October 17 – an outdoor kids concert with Inna Barmash (vocal), Ljova (fadolín), Shoko Nagai (accordion), Zisl Slepovitch (clarinet) and Dmitry Ishenko (bass) — at Hannah Senesh School in Brooklyn

October 18: Ljova presents the New York premiere of “The Seven Little Lanes” for fadolín and accordion, that premiered in Vilnius, Lithuania, a few weeks earlier. With the accordionist Ivan Filipchyk and clarinettist Zisl Slepovitch.

October 26: Ljova solo fadolín program at Anita’s Way, in the heart of Times Square. Free, outdoors (covered atrium)

October 28: Ljova with vocalist & composer Gino Sitson and Echo Chamber Ensemble at Museum of Fine Arts, Montreal

October 30: Ljova with guitarist / composer Gene Pritsker at a loft in New York’s financial district. More soon.

More shows to be added — details at https://Ljova.com/schedule

See you soon!

||> See a playlist videos of Ljova’s new music released during the COVID-19 pandemic.
||> Support Ljova’s ongoing work of creating new music for the fadolín — join his Patreon community for exclusives and updates! Thank you for your support.

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