Badhuis celebrates Martenitsa / Mărțișor with Balkan ensemble Sultan! On 1 March, spring is celebrated in many Eastern-European countries. People make small decorations of red and white wool which they give each other on that day. If you see a blossoming tree, you hang the decoration on one of its branches. It’s a beautiful ritual, so why not celebrate it in the Netherlands too? So bring your red and white wool to the Badhuis on 1 March and join in! With live Balkan music, nice veggie food and drinks!
Sultan play authentic Eastern-European and Mediterranean folklore and Balkan soul. Whether they perform at large folk dance festivals or at intimate small venues to a seated audience, a spirited folk party is guaranteed! Singer Ellen invited guest singers Juliette and Marielle. Especially for this Martenitsa-concert they sing a set of beautiful Bulgarian spring songs, both a cappella and with the ensemble.
Sultan consists of:
Ellen Boers – vocals
Jelle van Herwijnen – tambura
Stef Koopman – accordion
Joris van Beek – violin
René Gosse – percussion
Willem Raadsveld – double bass
Bert Kruijer – clarinet
Join for dinner!
As always after the Badkamergalm show, it is possible to join for dinner. In the course of the afternoon our volunteers cook a lovely vegetarian meal for you. Booking in advance is essential!
Sunday 1 March 2020
Showtime 4.00 p.m., Doors 3.45 p.m.
Badhuis, Leidseplein 49, Haarlem
Entrance to the concert is free of charge (a donation is highly appreciated)
Meal after the show: adults € 8,50 children € 4,00.
Please book for dinner before 29 February by sending an e-mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org. Please clearly indicate your name, the number of people joining for dinner, and whether there are children in your group.