They sing folkloric songs in new, unusual arrangements in trains, in the metro, in malls, in the streets, outside in the falling snow - everywhere.
This spontaneous, performance on a train of a Russian folk song, by talented Russian girls, is truly heart-stopping.
These girls are part of a group called 'Beloe Zlato’ (translated as 'White Gold') organized independently by the students of a Russian University.
This song, ‘Beyond the Quiet River’ is about Old, Holy Russia. It’s full of longing, faith, joy and love.
They sing folkloric songs in new, unusual arrangements, and they are irresistible.
Beloe Zlato, currently based in Moscow, has become very popular and performs in Russian cities regularly. They are also famous for performing in random places: in trains, in the metro, in malls, in the streets, outside in the falling snow - everywhere.
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