Ancient instruments and angelic vocals. The four women of Finnish folk music group Kardemimmit showcase the heritage of the kantele, their country’s national instrument. Alongside 15- and 38-stringed kanteles, the quartet sings mesmerizing harmonies in original compositions that blend a modern approach with a deep foundation in Finnish, Eastern European and Scandinavian traditions. Together for over 20 years, Kardemimmit’s tight vocals and nimble playing shines as they bring their unique sound to our stage to perform in Philadelphia for the very first time.
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