Greater Cleveland Russian Chorus at One World Day

Greater Cleveland Russian Chorus
One World Day Cleveland
August 23, 2015

The Cuyahoga Cossacks Greater Cleveland Russian Chorus under the direction of Michael Pilat performed a Russian folk song about 12 Robbers featuring Ken Kovach at the 70th annual One World Day in the Cleveland Cultural Gardens. This performance was part of the annual Cleveland International Folk Festival.

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This is a Ukrainian folk song about a man who loved pierogi.


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This is a Russian folk song about a leaky boat.

This is a Russian folk song about a man who had twelve women who wanted to comb his hair.

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