Eight music groups encompassing Folk and World Music, Swedish ballads, early music and rock/blues.
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Traditional 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 formerly 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!

A duo version of the group Salamander (see above). Jewish folk music and Early music with an intimate, intense and meditative feeling.

A duo version of the group Krilja (see above). Passion and pain come together in captivating traditional Roma songs from Russia and Eastern Europe!

Combined Lectures and Concerts about Romani & Jewish History, Culture and Music

With live music performed by Krilja and Salamander!



June 27 2020. Unusual times call for unusual measures.

As a result of the Corona pandemic, many concerts get postponed or cancelled - this has also affected the groups in Liljans Musik to a large extent. Fortunately, modern technology offers possibilities for musicians to perform anyway, in the form of streamed concerts on Facebook.

Here is such a concert with the Celtic Duo, held on a front porch in Mölnlycke, Sweden, on June 27 2020. An unexpected summer storm with thunder, lashing rain and fierce winds broke out during the course of the concert, but thanks to skillful sound technicians this doesn't noticeably affect the sound quality - but it does add a certain visual dramatic flair to the performance!

Click here to see the concert. Enjoy!

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