Since 1985, Dalakopa has been famous in Norway after the group won first prize at Titano Festivalen. In addition, the group won a contract with Heilo records. In 1986 that recording was nominated for a Spellemannpris (Norwegian Grammy) and won. This honor was followed by a substantial winning streak at old-time dance contests through the 1980s and 1990s.
Dalakopa’s music has appeal for dancers accustomed to lively, old-time tunes as well as folks who enjoy listening to – and watching – energetic, soulful, performances and personalities.
There are 9 musicians in the group: 3 fiddles, 2 accordions, bass, guitar and wooden flute/recorder. Dalakopa musicians all love sharing music with others. Dalakopa is an international group of musicians from 4 countries: Norway, Sweden, Denmark, and the United States. Together they have forged a special sound, due to the countries from which band members come. Their traditional repertoire comes mostly from Røros and Østerdalen, Sweden, with originals from the group’s composers.
Wednesday, September 28 from 7:30-9:00pm
Doors open at 6:45pm
$10 Ages 10-21