On stage, she is a frail young woman (but endowed with such incredible energy) who makes captivated audiences sing and dance along, makes everybody vibrate with her unique and sensual presence in a show that is surprising and moving and fun.
Distribution in France: L'Autre Distribution
Release date: May 23, 2011
Aldona , the blond one, the sweet one, who knows how to change moods in the blink of an eye and in the shift of her voice: There are times when she’s wild, there are times when she’s hilarious and there are times when she’s desperate. She knows where the wind blows, she knows the seasons and she knows the adventurous human mind – how it can burst into laughter and into tears.Far from her roots, she found herself: Some soft lullabies composed on a lost guitar, and her fingers remembered. Her memory could sing again. In the small Parisian venues where she tours she sings in Polish the words of her homeland’s poets, but not only these. Aldona also makes the words of Shakespeare and Soupault dance. Guitar, mandolin, banjo, accordion, tuba and oriental percussions wrap her voice, in turns soft and strong but always powerful and emotional. The young and passionate woman delivers sweet and expressive singing, in her mother tongue. We might think we can actually understand Polish! Her own songs, which were written as she was still under Poland’s communist fist, open to a world of dreams and fantasy.