Six music groups encompassing Folk and World Music, Swedish ballads, early music and rock/blues.
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Romani folk music from Russia and Eastern Europe with an element of flamenco and jazz. By turns passionate and melancholic.

Folk music out of the Jewish tradition, as well as early music from the Middle Ages and Renaissance and Baroque periods – and a whole lot more!

Irish, Scottish and American folk music, featuring also original song compositions – music with a goodtime rockin’ swing.

Swedish balladry: from the pens of such popular songwriters as Barbro Hörberg, Evert Taube and Cornelis Vreeswijk, amongst others. The group was formerlu known as "MEJ Trio".

Fiery passion and soulful melancholy from the Celtic folk music tradition.

Celtic folk music meets jazz, flamenco, Nordic tones, African rhythms and much more!



Here is a teaser from Salamander's coming album Como La Rosa, due for release in the autumn of 2017. Enjoy!

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MEJ Trio's concert at Näsets kyrka in Gothenburg on the 25th of October was very well-attended and successful. Here is a sample from it!

If you want to hear more, you are very welcome to Marita Rhedin's and MEJ Trio's combined lecture and concert "Barbro Hörberg, Barbara och Sommarö" at Humanistiska biblioteket, Renströmsgatan 4 in Gothenburg on the 5th of December at 6 PM. The event is a part of Gothenburg University Library's event series "Näckrostimmen". Free admission!

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Krilja's Iceland tour in early July 2017 was a huge success - all concerts were full and both the audience and the organizers were very enthusiastic. Here are a couple of photos from this great and memorable experience!

We want to thank the Nordic House in Reykjavik as well as Siglufjör∂ur Folk Music Festival for inviting us to perform, and also the Swedish Embassy in Reykjavik, the Swedish-Icelandic Cooperation Foundation and our good friend Rósanna Ingólfsdóttir Welding for helping us organize the tour. And of course our photographer, driver etc Laurry Ramirez!

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