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28.-29.11.2017 Neuenkirch
At 20 in Bunterbünter,
30.11.2017 Zurich
At 20, GZ Buchegg,
1.12.2017 Burgdorf
At 20.30, Schmiedechäuer,
2.12.2017 Zug
At 20, A-cappella-Festival, Theater im Burgbachkeller,
3.12.2017 St.Gallen
At 17, Klein aber Fein,
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The unique sound and tonality of Suden aika (The Time of the Wolf) is created by the combination of four strong female voices, each different in it's own way. Suden aika is the bearer of tradition; in our music the age-old traditional Finnish oral poetry reciting meets the music of today. Suden aika can't be labeled as a traditional folk music group although our tone language draws its strong roots from the Nordic and Finno-Ugric tradition. We compose and arrange our music ourselves. Our texts are based on the ancient Finnish lyrical folk poetry, that is rich, colorful and beautiful; each listener is entitled to his own interpretation, there is no single official version.

Suden aika is a vocal group, but we also use many different musical instruments, such as different types of Finnish Kantele, Swedish Mora-harp, wooden flutes, shakers, small bells and frame drum.

Our new album, called Sisaret (Sisters) was released in Finland in December 2017. The official release in Germany will be in March 2017. If you want to order the album, contact Peter Cronemeyer/Laika Records, In Finland you ca...
Suden aika has been chosen for a tour of the Finnish Folk Music Association next fall! More info upcoming.
Thanks to the substantial grant from the Finnish Cultural Foundation, we are going to studio in May and releasing our 6th CD next Fall for our tours in Finland and Switzerland.
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