Karolina Cicha
Influences: East European , Jewish , Asian
Genres: world, ethno, post traditional, folk, traditional, poetic, pogan, traditional ukrainian, ritual, sacred
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About: An album '9 Languages'
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Karolina Cicha is a singer-songwriter, actress, composer, multiinstrumentalist. One-woman-orchestra. She plays many instruments at once and sings using vocal techniques that she developed herself.

Alongside her music, she has also worked regularly in the theatre. Between 2007 and 2009, she played and sung the title roles in “Electra” and “Ifigenia in A…” by “Gardzienice” Theatre (direction W. Staniewski) - performances based on reconstructions of antique music.

She has one prizes at some of the most prestigious festivals in Poland and abroad. She won the Grand Prix at the Student Song Festival in Krakow, the second prize at the Actor's Song Review in Wroclaw, and the first prize at the Chansonsfestival in Koln, Germany.

In 2013 Cicha - with Bart Pałyga and Company won GRAND PRIX and AUDIENCE PRIZE at the NEW TRADITION - the biggest Polish folk festiwal organized by Polish Radio.

SEE the Video of the concert.

The same year they edit an album "9 Languages" where Cicha sings in the languages of minorities spoken in North-East Poland.

In 2014 polish Ministry of Culture and National Heritage gave her the prestigue grant called "Młoda Polska" to develop her instrumentarium.

9 Languages’ Concert was showed in:

Sweden (Euroradio Folk Festival)

Ukraine (ArtPole Festival)

Germany (FolkBALTICA Festival)

Czech Republic (Folk Holidays)

Poland (Warsaw Cross Culture Festival; Ethnoport Festival)

Lithuania (Suklegos Festiwal)

Portugal (FMM Sinnes Festival; ACERT Tondela Festival)

Bieloruss (Kamianitza Festival)