2014 Through My Eyes: The Magic Carpathians

Here’s another take on what we’ve been through in 2014 – this time for Santa Sangre (in English, for those of you who don’t usually speak Polish 🙂

Santa Sangre


“The Magic Carpathians Project has been active since 1998, established by Anna Nacher and Marek Styczyński (who previously had been a leader Theatre of Sound ATMAN). Influenced by musical traditions of Eastern and Central Europe (most notably the multicultural region of Carpathians mountains, spanning through Romania, Hungary, Ukraine, Poland and Slovakia), free jazz, the philosophy of sound of classical Indian music and contemporary classic the duo creates compositions based on improvisation using plethora of traditional instruments from Asia, Europa and Australia.” [via official website]

How would you summarize this past year on an artistic and personal level?

It’s been a very interesting and fulfilling year because of the several concerts we played this year with contribution from the people we really appreciate and under the auspicious conditions. We have also started another recording session which still has yet to be complete but the overall outcome so far is very satisfying…

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We’ve just started transferring some old content here and constantly adding new stuff. The old Magic Carpathians Project’s web site has been abandoned for many reasons, mainly due to overall major change in Web functioning and structure. It seems that maintaining the static web site doesn’t make sense anymore and over the last few years we’ve been constantly adding new places to growing rooster of our Web protfolio: Myspace, Last.fm, Facebook, you name it. Plus WordPress has this community vibe which we really dig. Some messages will be in English (for our fans all over the world), the other ones in Polish (it is always easier to communicate in native language). Keep watching, commenting and discussing. Let’s stay in touch.