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MUHA are an intriguing example of the results that arise from meetings of musical minds across porous national borders.

Live dates 2017

March 16th, Thurthday-  Jam Cafe

May 6th Saturday-  Forest Arts Centre  New Milton, Hampshire

May 7th Sunday-  The Bell Inn, Bath

May 27th Saturday-  TDM World Music  festival, Leicester CANCELLED

June 24th Saturday- Nottingham Contemporary Cafe Bar

June 29th Thursday- Manvers Arms, Radcliffe on Trent

July 1st Saturday- Ivan Kupala Festival, East Sussex

July 13th, Thursday- Buxton Fringe (duo)  2:30PM, The Old Clubhouse

July 22nd, Saturday – Buxton Fringe (full band) 1:00PM, The Old Clubhouse



MUHA with their newly recorded album Reka meaning River offers a new tradition in contemporary Eastern European music, influenced by the multicultural society in the UK, the band is a brilliant live act. Entertaining with their musicianship through a sound stemming from eastern roots and engaging audiences through a variety of languages and catchy grooves. Combining the melodic beauty of Eastern European folklore, North Indian Kathak rhythms, Cuban beats and original lyrics they mesmerise with a musical feast rooted in the Slavonic tradition but cultured from the world.

MUHA’s musicians come from different walks of life and each one of them combines their expertise to create a truly unique sound. The band formed in 2006 when singer/ songwriter Iryna Muha met guitarist Dmitry Fedotov. Together with Louise Clements on bass/kathak vocals and Nikki Mckenzie percussion, MUHA offers an enthralling fusion of Slavonic-rooted music enhanced with rhythms and global folklore narratives.



vocals, guitar




bass, kathak