The famous male ensemble Shvidkatsa performs in traditional dress with daggers at their waists
Georgia doesn't just abound in intoxicating wine and ubiquitous walnuts. This Caucasian country also boasts an ancient culture, which is the main strength of a nation that has been put to a test. It is no coincidence that Georgia's polyphonic singing is on the UNESCO World Heritage List. Georgia, like neighbouring Armenia, also boasts magical monasteries and a strong spiritual tradition, especially at Easter. Hence, there is no more appropriate date for Georgian spiritual singing than the Tuesday in the Holy Week, in the year of Our Lord 2024.
- Please note that tickets for this concert will be assigned to you by the organizer within 48 hours of placing your order. You will receive your tickets by e-mail.
- Tickets purchased for this concert can not be transferred, exchanged or refunded unless the event is cancelled.
- The concert is supported by the Embassy of Georgia in the Czech Republic.
- No ticket discounts provided.
- No intermission
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