Film, Video Ranina Quartet
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- Ranina Quartet
- The Ranina quartet is a new music ensemble from the Republic of Georgia, created out of a love for Georgian traditional music, including urban songs, folk songs and chants. The current members include Tornike Kandelaki (first voice), Soso Kopaleishvili (second voice), Saba Peikrishvili (baritone) and Beka Kemularia (bass). They have been singing since they were little children, and individual members have performed in many ensembles including such well known groups as Erisioni, Sakhioba, Didgori, Lasharela, Ertoba, Orbeli, Aghsavali of Mamadaviti church, the state choir of N. Sulkhanishvili and others.
- Event Date
- March 24, 2021
- Running Time
- 29 minutes 48 seconds
- Online Format
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