Alina Bzhezhinska interview: “My goal is to make music that no one expects from a harpist”

Jane Cornwell
Tuesday, October 25, 2022

As a teenage girl in 1990s Ukraine, Alina Bzhezhinska loved nothing more than compiling her favourite music onto cassettes, before she discovered jazz, the sonic riches of the harp and the music of Dorothy Ashby and Alice Coltrane. For her much-anticipated second album, Reflections, the harpist has revived this curatorial approach and drawn together her own personal universe of sounds

Alina Bzhezhinska (photo: Monika S Jakubowska)
Alina Bzhezhinska (photo: Monika S Jakubowska)

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