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Multi-talented artist Rozálie captivates audiences with her unique blend of music and performance. As well as being a charismatic singer, accordionist, actress and dancer, Rozálie’s songwriting skills were recently recognized with a nomination for the prestigious Czech music award, Ceny AndÄ›l, with her debut album Korzetiér. The Ceny AndÄ›l is the most prestigious music award in the Czech Republic and recognizes outstanding achievements in the music industry.
The album highlights her exceptional vocal abilities with the supporting accompaniment of the accordion. The songs on the album are a fusion of various cultures, falling somewhere between folk and chanson, characterized by their poetic lyrics and sincerity. Rozálie draws from her own life experiences to create a distinct sound that sets her apart from other artists.
With her talent for anecdotal storytelling, Rozálie introduces and explains her songs with her uniquely raw candor and playful irony, laced with cynical romance. Her charming authenticity and vulnerability continue to attract a wide circle of supporters.
The audience becomes part of the story, as they laugh, cry, and reflect.
Chanson, meaning “song” in French, emerged in the late 19th Century. It is often associated with the cabaret culture of Paris and known for its intimate, expressive nature. Chansons typically feature simple melodies, allowing the focus to be on the lyrics and the singer’s interpretation.
The theater Rozalie calls “home” is Prague’s renowned Theatre La Fabrika, but her compelling show resonates with the most diverse audiences around the world. In a music industry dominated by manufactured and formulaic music, Rozálie’s compositions offer a refreshing change, with their honest portrayal of real life with all its ups and downs. Her program draws upon French and Latin American classics from Edith Piaf and Chavela Vargas, amongst others, in their original language.
Rozálie - Sevilla (La Fabrika Live)
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