with minimal speaking between songs (often suited for international events). Click here to see a list of past performances.
that about evenly divide music and song with information on the Basque culture, language, and noka (a familiar form of address for a female addressee that has almost disappeared from contemporary speech). Our lecture-recitals are often accompanied by a power-point presentation which includes translations in English and usually end in a question and answer period. Lecture-recitals are particularly well suited for schools, academic settings, and conferences. Click here to see a list of past performances.
that teach children (or non-Basque speaking adults) simple Basque tunes as they simultaneously learn the Basque language (also includes a power-point with fun photos and words in Basque and English)
and musical accompaniment with songs about witches from Begona Echeverria’s historical novel Hammer of Witches loosely based on the 1610 burnings of Basque “witches” from the Baztan Valley in northern Spain from which her family hails
in Basque for Easter, Christmas, weddings, funerals, baptisms and Basque picnics (NOKA also enjoys singing gospel hymns in English.)