Gurgulitza is a German-Israeli trio that was founded in 2018 on a musical journey in the Bulgarian mountains and has been enthusiastic ever since. Inspired by the southern European singing techniques, Netta Shachar, Nitsar Bernstein and Madlen Stange collect old songs on their travels and rearrange them.
Masterfully they master the vocal technique of polyphony. Three voices, absolutely synchronous and yet each distinct, create a vocal tapestry that makes the air vibrate. Layers of voice, ranging from resting to oscillating, are superimposed on one another, interwoven with melodic arcs and rhythmic noises. This is how atmospheric soundscapes are created from old tunes.
The voices, trained in Tel Aviv, Berlin and Bulgaria, provide a remarkable sound experience that will delight connoisseurs and explorers alike.
Netta Shachar – voice
Nitsar Bernstein – voice
Madlen Stange – voice