“CU TI LU DISSI”
Directed by: Antonio Messana
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“Cu ti lu dissi”, the new single from BGKO and the first song recorded in Sicilian in its 10- year history.
One of the best known songs from Sicily. A love song, immortalized by the performance of the great singer-songwriter Rosa Balistreri.
A tribute to this great woman and a grain of sand from BGKO to preserve the popular culture of this beautiful island of the Mediterranean Sea.
Music & Lyrics by Rosa Balistreri / Edizioni Musica del Sud.
Arrangements by BGKO.
Palau de La Música (14/03/2021)
Our first concert of 2021, after a long period of obligatory inactivity, was all we could ask for.
An explosive and emotional crowd in the acclaimed Palau de la Música Catalana.
The response of the public was truly unique. Thank you!
NOVA ERA on SALE (CD-LP-MP3)
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NOVA ERA’s vinyl version is available..
This is our first album edited in LP after all these years travelling the world.
( The vinyl does NOT contain three songs that are in CD format. Buying the vinyl you will have access to these songs through a download code included in it )
“Jana i Alexandris”
We asked our great friend and director, Ulysse Paya from Marseille (France), to choose a song from our new album and make a video of his own devise.
No strings attached, complete artistic freedom, yes we do trust him that much!
“Ciganine Sviraj, Sviraj”
New Video from single “Ciganine Sviraj, Sviraj”, a beautiful Sevdah song by P. Živković-Tozovac.
“Marijo deli bela Kumrijo”
“Marijo deli bela Kumrijo”, a jewel of Balkan music comes to us as the taste of the NOVA ERA album (released in October 2020).
French filmmaker Ulysse Paya renews the vision of this concept in this visual piece of art.
A new era begins for BGKO, with renewed energies and great enthusiasm, for which we are fortunate to have the freshness and drive of a good friend and singer as first collaboration in this new adventure… Margherita Abita (Italy, Sicily)
We choose a great shiny Čoček to reflect this spirit: “Kalejaca Jaca”, a very cheerful and danceable rumba from Macedonia that constitutes our tribute to Esma Redžepova, “Queen of Gipsy Music”, as you can appreciate in our brand new video recorded in Barcelona by french filmmaker Ulysse Paya.