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Russian Songs and Satire
October 27, 2011   
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Alosha Avdeev, a Russian-born singer who has for years lived in Poland, is a performer who combines the culture and spirit of both Russia and Poland.

Avdeev is a superb interpreter of Russian ballads and romances, which he sings in Russian, accompanied by his virtuoso guitar work. He is also a fan of Jewish humor and the folklore of the Odessa region in Ukraine. Meanwhile, as a foreigner, Avdeev delivers a sharp, satirical portrayal of life in Poland.

His recitals feature traditional romances, Jewish songs and songs by Russian singer-songwriter Vladimir Vysotsky. All his performances come with delightful anecdotes.

Avdeev is a lively and energetic performer who delivers sparkling humor and has great rapport with audiences. You can check him out for yourself at the Roma Music Theater Nov. 7, when Avdeev will play a concert featuring songs from his latest album, Na bis.

Alosha Avdeev, Na bis
Nov. 7, 7 p.m.; Roma Music Theater
49 Nowogrodzka St., tel. 22 628-03-60
Tickets available at the Roma theater Empik stores, www.eventim.pl, www.ebilet.pl and www.biletin.pl
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