“PAWA” consists of seven musicians performing a unique mixture of traditional European medieval music and modern electronic sound.
Musicians use such an unusual set of musical instruments as: traditional Belarusian bagpipe called “DUDA”, modern top-shelf synthesizers, exotic percussions, electric guitar, wooden pipe instruments, violin, cittern and much more.
Band plays mainly Belorussian (historically Magnus Ducatus Lithuaniae and Rzeczpospolita Obojga Narodów) traditional and medieval music but that not all. PAWAs repertoire consists of instrumental compositions and vocal songs from other world regions include: Sweden, Poland, Spain, Italy, Portugal, Germany, France and so on. Some songs are presented in such unique languages as- Old High German (Althochdeutsch), Breton (Brezhoneg), Old Church Slavonic.
The birth date of the band is February 17th of 2012, since that time PAWA played a lot of live gigs from small clubs to huge festivals. Band performance is always a great visual action and musical experience. PAWA is open for any proposals concerning concert organization we also with pleasure participate in charity acts.
Dzmitry Barsukou- flute, cittern, vocal;
Maryna Hryshanova –flute, zaleika, rauschpfeife, vocal;
Vitaly Kasavets-percussions, vocal;
Nadzeja Protko- violin, vocal;
Uras Pankevich – bagpipes, vocal;
Sedziankou Mikita – keybords ,vocal;
Shauchenka Siarhei- guitars ,vocal;