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World Music

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At a young age (13 years) Liduin joined Zadamuz Folklore Ensemble. A few years later, she was invited to sing with Prijatno. With this orchestra she performed traditional Macedonian and Bulgarian folk music. After that she performed music from former Yugoslavia with Ensemble Zanat. 
From 1994 the focus shifted to Romania and Liduin immersed herself in the different genres and songs by Mary Tănasă, Ioana Radu and Sofia Vicoveanca. 
Liduin performs as soloist in various groups. She also focuses on Balkan music as a choir conductor. 
In 2008 she founded Pálinka (see pr/ audio), a Balkan folkband,
and more recently Sedenka, a female Balkan choir (2011)


With Zadamuz at festivals such as Doe-Dans, International Folk Festival Eastbourne, England. 
At Hotel Krasnapolsky in Amsterdam with Ensemble Prijatno,broadcasted by the Bulgarian State Television. 
with Zanat in Leiden Theatre at the 20-year anniversary of Achalay. 
Recital hors concours, live worldwide via EtnoTV at the Festival Crizanteme de Aur in Tîrgovişte, România 
performances with Pálinka, including in OBA-live for the Dutch Muslim Broadcasting
Corporation and at the Leidse Hout Festival