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Meet Kyklo, a local Tucson band that explores tunes from the Aegean region.

Meet Kyklo, a local Tucson band that explores tunes from the Aegean region. Paul Amiel and Anton Shekergiev are inspired by Bulgarian, Greek, and Turkish songs. Sometimes Kyklo’s tunes will allure the audience to follow the steps of an old folk dance.

Have you heard about Kyklo? Kyklo means "cycle" in Greek, but in Tucson it is a band that plays otherworldly and mystical music. Kyklo’s music carries the traces of old romances and melancholy. Paul Amiel and Anton Shekergiev explore the Mediterranean and the Balkan spirit. The duo plays tunes from the Aegean region including Bulgarian, Greek and Turkish songs. If you are in Tucson and lucky enough to hear Paul and Anton, their music will drag you into an enchanted land.

Producer: Özlem Ayşe Özgür
Videographer: Robert Lindberg and Özlem Ayşe Özgür
Editor: Robert Lindberg

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