Mtsvadi, the Georgian barbecue
We celebrate our Georgian Folk Nights in the Terrace House, a guesthouse run by our local partner and friend David in Tbilisi. Together with him, we prepare the Georgian barbecue called Mtsvadi. The Shashlik-like skewer is mostly made of pork, but can also be made of beef, veal, or chicken. We flavor it in the Georgian way, barbecue it on the fire and enjoy it together with local Georgian wine and Chacha.
Georgian folk music by Quartet Droni
During the whole evening, our friends from Quartet Droni will be with us. The Georgian folk musicians, managed by Shalva Edisherashvili, thrill the guests with their amazing voices and their wide repertoire of traditional Georgian folk songs.
Whether accompanied by a guitar or a cappella, Dato Ghvaladze (lead), Zura Kakhidze (tenor), Iva Miroshnichenko (baritone) and Giorgi Khatiashvili (bass) inspire the people with their clear voices and the overwhelming harmonies they create. On Soundcloud, you can listen to them to get an impression.
How to book
If you're interested in a Georgian Folk Night in Tbilisi, please contact us via firstname.lastname@example.org and tell us about the favored date and the number of persons. Prices and availabilities upon request. You can book this quartet exclusively at MyCaucasus Travel.