The super versatile DakhaBrakha is a Ukrainian folk quartet which combines the musical styles of several ethnic groups. It was a winner of the Sergey Kuryokhin Prize in 2009 and Shevchenko National Prize in 2020. It is made up of members, Marko Galannevych, Olena Tsibulskya, Olyna Tsybulska, Iryna Kovalenko and Nina Garenestka.
Some of their works are Vesna and Baby. Their works inspired many other folk pieces and they usually made their performances in art centers across Ukraine and poetry and music festivals around Europe and the world. Dakhabrakha is famous for combining several languages and national root styles to it’s mix of arts and creative juices, giving it a range of musical flavours and crafts enjoyed by a number of audiences. The members of the band learn several tones and techniques as well as structures in order to get the best.
What language does DakhaBrakha sing in?
The group sing in different ethnic styles. Mixing several local and foreign styles to achieve a common theme.
What genre is DakhaBrakha?
Root culture, pop themed