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Malina Brothers Concert

Malina Brothers Concert

Come and hear this wonderful Czech folk/bluegrass band on Saturday, September 17th , at a house concert in Inver Grove Heights, MN. The concert will be in a very relaxed environment where you can listen to a wonderful guitar, banjo, base and violin music and meet like-minded people from Czech, Slovak and other cultural backgrounds.  ...

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Druhá Tráva is back!

Druhá Tráva is back!

The Czech & Slovak Cultural Center of Minnesota is sponsoring a house concert with Druhá Tráva in Inver Grove Heights on Saturday, September 26th at 7PM.

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Druha Trava in Concert

Druha Trava in Concert

Join us on September 19 for a performance by the Czech bluegrass band Druha Trava!

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Druhá Tráva Returns to Minnesota this November!

Druhá Tráva is a band from the Czech Republic that tours the U.S. annually. Their music is a refreshing mix of folk, country, and rock, with bluegrass influences. Druhá Tráva has recorded numerous albums (in both English and Czech), “opened” for the U.S. President when he spoke at Prague Castle, and in 2012, Druhá Tráva won another Czech Grammy. For a preview of their music, check out their discography. Come see the legendary...

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Maria Mačošková In Concert

In Concert Maria Mačošková with Beata Begeniová-Fedoriouk  acclaimed Carpatho-Rusyn Folk Singers from Eastern Slovakia   This is the first time the two songstresses will appear together in almost 20 years, having sung at various cultural events in their native Slovakia previously – but never before have the two appeared together in the United States. Time: Saturday, September 14, 7:00 pm Location: Edison High School 700 22nd...

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Performances: Vladislav Bláha American Tour

Internationally renowned Czech guitarist Vladislav Bláha, an inspiration to musicians, will present a concert as part of his American tour. He will perform classical and international guitar masterworks at the Saint Paul Public Library. Vladislav Bláha studied at the Brno Conservatoire with Arnost Sadlik before going to the F.Liszt College of Music in Weimar, Germany, where he graduated as a student of Roland Zimmer.In 2004 he received...

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