• This album is a unique collaboration of the Bulgarian Voices Angelite with Huun-Huur-Tu and Sergey Starostin & Mikhail Alperin (Moscow Art Trio). 

  • This album is intended as an initiation for a younger audience into the misterious throat singing technique. from Russia, France, Greece, and Germany have remixed 11 titles originally composed by Huun-Huur-Tu. Different remix styles make the album one of the most interesting Remix-products on the record market. It is not incidental that the album topped No. 1 in the European World Music Charts in September 2002.

  • These 'Street Stories' transformed Dona Rosa  from a mere Fado street singer to a real stage performer. 

  • On this album, Okay Temiz, one of the pioneers of world music in Europe, presents a blend of different music cultures with an unusual line up: trumpet, clarinet, kanun, drums and percussion. 

  • The recordings for this production convey the innovative energy of young musicians seeking independence and expression. This project helped the musicians involved (Mari Boine, Sergey Starostin, Inna Zhelannaya, and The Farlanders) to establish their positions, find their directions and absorb new ideas. ‘Winter in Moscow’ is a unique document of this turning point, this new beginning, this departure of different but kindred careers in a new, young Europe.

  • Journey


    In Scottish Edinburgh, the grandiose singer of the Moscow Art Trio, Sergey Starostin, made this impressive recording with four highly unusual female voices, using no instrumental accompaniment whatsoever. It is not an ordinary collection of songs. The album consists of just one composition, in which Russian and Bulgarian traditions are blended together in a surprising new way. Mikhail Alperin, the musical director, managed to  combine four folk-songs from both Russia and Bulgaria with different story lines into a whole. As a result, “Journey” is sound healing for overburdened, overworked minds – in other words, for almost all of us.



    No studio recording can compare to the experience of a Huun-Huur-Tu concert. 

  • Segredos


    “What I like to do best is dream; in my dreams I can see and I never want to wake up.” Dona Rosa

  • More live


    This CD contains the second part of the concert from the ‘Music & Drama Theatre’ in Moscow, recorded in April 2001.The first part of this concert can be found under Huun-Huur-Tu’s “Best live” album from 2001. CD presents the song “Eki Attar” in the best version ever recorded (the remix entered position no. 1 of the pop-charts in Greece in 2002).

  • This album was conceived and put together by Willy Schwarz. Most of the titles are the musicians’ own compositions. New stylistic elements have been added to traditional themes, and new lyrics written– resulting in something that is new and yet seemingly familiar to us.

  • This DVD presents a documentary about Huun-Huur-Tu that covers the early years of the ensemble up to 2004. The main part is a concert recorded at Jazz Lines Festival 2002, Theater im Haus der Kunst, München.

  • Alma Livre


    With Alma Livre (Free Spirit), her third CD, Dona Rosa presents an exquisite musical jewel. She takes us on a sound journey dominated by rhythmic speech. The musicians accompanying her on the guitar, percussion and accordion, unite the wonderfully balanced and complex arrangements, the cheerfulness and the melancholy, the sweetness and the heaviness into a dynamic composite.