Photo: Merav Maroody



Gurgulitza is a Berlin-based vocal trio with one sacred mission - to breathe life into ancient folk songs and perform them to new audiences. In their travels, Madlen Stange, Netta Shahar and Nitsan Bernstein, collect polyphonic treasures and explore vocal techniques. From the raw materials they collect around the world, they weave theatrical musical performances that include vocal improvisation and audience participation.

Since the formation of the Gurgulitza in 2018, they were accepted to a number of music festivals such as Musrara Mix 2019 (Israel) and Folklorum 2020 (Germany) and have been accepted for the 2020 cultural program of the Central Council of Jews in Germany.

In addition, they have been awarded a scholarship from Mifal Hapais in order to develop  a new project to be premiered at the end of 2020.

Each member of the trio comes from a different musical background, has a different performance style and a different artistic approach.

When together on stage, the distant worlds unite to create a spectacular mosaic of voices and dazzling fabric of artistic expressions. Wherever they perform, Gurgulitza manages to mesmerize the audience at every performance and take it on a fascinating musical journey.

Photo: Merav Maroody



March 6 2020 / Wabe / Berlin, Germany


March 6 2020 / Artistania / Berlin, Germany


March 7 2020 / Sisters in Faith Festival / Munich, Germany


June 7 2020 / Offenes Neukölln Festival / Berlin, Germany


June 28 2020 / Fahrradkonzert mal andersherum / Cottbus, Germany


July 31 2020 / Bar ada / Berlin, Germany


August 30 2020 /  KuBa: kulturbahnhof / Klein Warnow, Germany


November 1 2020 / Jüdische Landsgemeinde Thüringen / Erfurt, Germany

Photo: Thomas Zittlau




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Photo: Merav Maroody


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