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BDAA stands for Balalaika Domra Association of America

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us/music. htm>Free Russian sheet music Russian costumes Russian lyrics, Russian songs translations into English Russian folk Russian music DOMRA History of Russian balalaika Balalaika made in 1887 Balalaika handmade in Moscow, Russia Contrabass Balalaika and Bass Balalaika Balalaika Contrabass Buying Guide Christmas Diary of the balalaika player Russian American Wedding or balalaika scam Russian music album "What a Balalaika!" by Nikita Siniy Barynya Russian Entertainment database Russian dance and music ensemble Barynya from New York New York balalaika orchestra Russian Band from New York Russian Balalaika duo from Philadelphia, Pennsilvania Russian Balalaika and Garmoshka Duo Balalaika Dance Trio, Philadelphia, PA Brooklyn Balalaikas The Balalaika Russe Russian music duo from Chicago, Illinois Balalaika Stooges Kalinka Duo: balalaika and bayan from Austin, TX Alex Siniavski - Balalaika virtuoso from Philadelphia, PA Lev Zabeginsky - New York balalaika virtuoso Sasha Ressetar - balalaika player from Harrisburg, PA Simon Lemberskiy - balalaika player from Brooklyn, New York Contrabass Balalaika player Leonid Bruk Sergey Vashchenko - Balalaika virtuoso from Austin, TX Balalaika tutorial DVD by Alex Siniavski Balalaika Virtuoso Bibs Ekkel Russian Christmas Music Balalaika Album Balalaika music album "Barynya Russian folk songs" The Balalaika and Domra Association of America.
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Since its inception, challenging opportunities and memorable events highlight the orchestra’s musical travels: performances with symphony orchestras, the Cleveland Museum of Art, Balalaika and Domra Association of America Conventions, Russian Brotherhood Organization Conventions, concerts and a host of prestigious festivals and cultural events. Most recently, the orchestra had the honor and privilege of hosting the 2006 international convention of the Balalaika and Domra Association of America in Akron, Ohio.
ALAN ZEMEL (bass domra) started playing Russian music with the Penn Balalaika Orchestra while he was still in high school. He has been involved in Eastern European music, playing in numerous Greek, Russian, Romanian and Balkan groups in the Philadelphia area. A versatile musician, Alan plays with true skill all the Russian folk instruments, from prima domra to contrabass balalaika. He is lead player with the Gypsy Balalaikas in Philadelphia. STEVE WOLOWNIK (bass balalaika), co-founder and former Executive Director of the Balalaika and Domra Association of America.