Welcome, Friends!

Wine and Alchemy is an unique world music project and band, performing original and traditional music derived from a wide variety of times and cultures including: Medieval European, Roma (Gypsy), Greek, Celtic, French, Sephardic, Turkish, Scandinavian and others.

The project is comprised of a large pool of working musicians from around the country contributing to specific, cultural and explorative music projects as well as participating in band performances that can range from a dynamic trio to over a dozen onstage players at once.  

In addition to vocals in a myriad of languages, the band performance features a variety of exotic instruments which can include hurdy gurdy, violin, sazbush,, jimbush, harmonium, Middle Eastern drums and more.

Singer, composer, director, and harmonium and hurdy gurdy player, Roxanne Bruscha, adds to the visual of Wine and Alchemy's live show with a unique World Fusion Belly Dance performance featuring veil spinning and sword balancing.

 
Wine and Alchemy is available for hire for:

* Music Festivals
* Theatre Concerts
* Renaissance Festivals
* Belly Dance Events
* Faerie Festivals
* Conventions
* Steampunk Events
* Parties
* House Concerts
* Weddings
* Corporate Events

and, in addition to our show, offers:

* Dance Workshops
* Music Workshops
* and Lecture Demonstration Performances for Schools, Universities and Libraries

Please feel free to contact us with any inquiries. 

Posted by Tsara Cigana on Monday, November 17, 2014

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We are currently trying to raise money to pay for recording projects we have waiting in the wings. We currently have material for a new: * Wine and Alchemy album - featuring music in performance that we have yet to record * Viking album - the composition of which started with our Scandinavian trip in 2019 * and Celtic piano album

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Performing music for a living is an expensive endeavor. Even given steady gigs and taking into consideration personal sacrifices we musicians make to keep performing, between equipment repairs, instrument repair and acquisition, travel, and the cost of producing recordings, we often find ourselves coming up short. We want to thank all of the fine folks who have donated to our project over the years. You've made a huge difference in our lives and helped us to be able to continue creating and playing music full time.