Natasha Padabed

Natasha works as a program director of the oldest contemporary music festival Sergey Kuryokhin International Festival (SKIF), experimental electronic festival Electro-Mechanica and a world music festival Ethomechanica in Kuryokhin Center, St.Petersburg, Russia.
Shortly after she moved in The Netherlands in 2000, she started her own company, More Zvukov Agency, booking Russian and lately international artists. Natasha also works as a curator of Russian music programs abroad, and last year she was a producer of Dutch Days in Gorky Park, one of the main events of Netherlands-Russia bilateral year in 2013. This year she was invited to be a one of seven “samurais”of WOMEX jury team.


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