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Bonaca (Croatian for "calm seas") is a multi-piece tamburica orchestra which performs music from Croatia, Central & Southeast Europe, and beyond.
Bonaca Seattle started making music in 2010 when its founding members wanted to create a group that could play like a great tamburica band but also sing like a traditional Dalmatian klapa. Bonaca’s repertoire includes both traditional and modern songs from Croatia and its surrounding countries, as well as some American classics.
Members of Bonaca also comprise the Ruže Dalmatinke Orchestra, which provides the music for the dances of the Vela Luka Dance Ensemble. Bonaca has also had the honor of sharing the stage with Dave and the Dalmatians, The Radost Folk Ensemble, Dunava, Orkestar Zirkonium, and a number of other talented performers in the Pacific Northwest.
Book Bonaca now for your restaurant, wedding, festival, dinner, or any event in between.