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Didula Comes To New Zealand

Didula Comes To New Zealand

Based in Russia, Valery Didula (the artist), & his Internationally renowned band, are known as "Didula". Valery Didula is a masterful guitarist who together with his band has achieved an enormous amount of success all over the world. This is instrumental music at it's best. Didula's live concert performances leave audiences speechless & yearning for more.

His music can be heard in BBC films. He has worked with renowned acts such as Plácido Domingo, Bryan Adams & Joe Lynn Turner. He has performed roles in Andrei Konchalovsky films. His music led Irina Slutskaya to victory at the Olympics. There's more...

Didula's music is embraced around the world: China, India, America, Europe, Japan & beyond. He has recorded & released ten sensational instrumental albums along with four DVD's. His music transcends the language barrier & reaches the hearts of all those who hear it across the globe. His live shows are utterly enthralling. His charismatic movements, captivating! Didula is a guitar 'maestro', having spent his whole life with the instrument since the early age of six.

For the Didula ensemble, an astonishing 130 sold out concerts per year are not uncommon. Didula has his own vision of the world & of music. He holds his own views on art & philosophy. He’s caught on to the purpose of the universe & does his best to relay it to the masses with his pristine & beautiful musical creations. Didula is currently promoting "Cave Town of Inkerman" to the North American markets. This is masterful work that will evoke visuals within the listener that will leave you breathless. Stay tuned for more on this incredible artist!


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