I hope that some of you can make it to our concert in Brooklyn - all the details are below. The venue isn't ideal, but the concert should be fun. Yasna Voices, New York City's only Bulgarian Women's Choir, journeys around the globe to feature songs about marriage, child-rearing, physical labor, and rituals performed by women. Vocal traditions from Bulgaria, Poland, Japan, Scotland, Argentina, Croatia, Georgia, India, Scandinavia, and the United States, will be heard. WHEN: Saturday, October 23rd, 4pm, FREE WHERE:  Brooklyn Public Library, Grand Army Plaza Branch, 2nd Floor Auditorium Subways: 2,3 to Brooklyn Museum; Q to7th Avenue Bus: B41, B69, B71 WHO/WHAT: Yasna Voices have delighted audiences with close-knit Bulgarian harmonies since 2002. They were featured at the Golden Festival for Balkan music, and have performed at BAM Café, Symphony Space, and BRIC Studio. Stay tuned for their live radio debut on Saturday, Oct. 16th on WFMU, 7:30pm. "The Voices ring and chime with an unearthly sharpness and resonance" Lori Ortiz of Offoffoff.com. This project is sponsored, in part, by the Greater New York Arts Development Fund of the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, administered by The Brooklyn Arts Council, Inc. (BAC), and The Puffin Foundation.