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Esperanto live concert videos

If you want to know who is giving concerts in Esperanto these days, here is a collection of concert videos that can also serve as an introduction to Esperanto music. Many of these were recorded very recently, during the JES (event for young people between Dec 28th 2012 and January 4th 2013).

Presenting only one song per group - explore more!

Feb 22, 2013 - youtube.com - 181
La Perdita Generacio - La Matenrampanto

Immensely popular group hailing from Sweden.

Feb 21, 2013 - youtube.com - 170
Julián Hernández - Tiel la mondo iras

Singer-songwriter from Cuba

Feb 21, 2013 - youtube.com - 176
Kimo - Sola

Kimo from Hotel Desperado or Esperanto Desperado, often sings with his accordion.

Feb 21, 2013 - youtube.com - 145
La kuracistoj - Junula Amo

German group mostly adapting songs by the German punkrock band "Die Ärzte".

Feb 21, 2013 - youtube.com - 144
Amindaj - Lasu la malĝojon flugi

Amindaj is a young group from Cuba playing traditional Latin music.

Feb 21, 2013 - youtube.com - 131
Dolchamar - Junaj idealistoj

Dolĉamar is a popular Esperanto band from Finland. They became famous with the rap song "Ĉu vi pretas?" and now mostly play rock.

Feb 21, 2013 - facebook.com - 170
Gijom - Amo kaj Asfalto

From France, making music in the best tradition of French singer-songwriters.

Feb 21, 2013 - youtube.com - 152
Jomo - La Bamba

From France, holds the Guiness world record for playing in the most languages during a single concert (25). He adapts folk songs from around the world to Esperanto. The video also shows the traditional kissing dance that goes with La Bamba.

Feb 21, 2013 - youtube.com - 145
Ĵele - Vi trompis min

Ukrainian duo (mother+daughter) playing mostly Eastern European folk.

Feb 21, 2013 - youtube.com - 168
Ĵomart kaj Nataŝa - Nia trajn

Couple from Kazakhstan playing melodic and often melancholic songs.

Feb 21, 2013 - youtube.com - 129
Kajto - 50 min of concert

Dutch folklore band. 50-minute excerpt of concert.

Feb 21, 2013 - youtube.com - 141
La Okulvitroj - Jen alkohol'

La Okulvitroj, a mix of La Kuracistoj and 42, presents the most popular Esperanto drinking song. Learn this song before going to an event!

Feb 21, 2013 - youtube.com - 127
Martin Wiese - Tro longe

German singer-songwriter. Famous for "Pli ol nenio", which he wrote as a member of the Swedish-German group Persone.

Feb 21, 2013 - youtube.com - 130
Asorti - Ja nur diru, ke vi amas

Lithuanian electronic music.

Feb 21, 2013 - facebook.com - 137
Toñe & Jonny M. - Eterna Lumo

Jonny M, Germany-based singer specializing in reggae. Singing here together with Tone.

Feb 22, 2013 - youtube.com - 127
La Pafklik - Various Songs

French rapping duo. Most famous for "Fek al Esperanto".

Feb 22, 2013 - youtube.com - 144
Samadhi - Verda

Reggae and melodic rock.

Feb 22, 2013 - youtube.com - 149
Stefo - Filo

German singer who mostly adapts German punkrock songs to Esperanto.

Feb 22, 2013 - youtube.com - 137
Supernova - Pasio en Katen'

Brazilian rock group

Feb 22, 2013 - facebook.com - 161
Toñe - Verva Virin'

Rap and hiphop from Brazil. Famous for "Esperanto estas nova kanto". and if you ever wondered if Esperanto could be rapped quickly... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MtcoC8fndww&list=PL0FB4EBE8DC4454BD&index=42 (starting at 0:15)

Feb 22, 2013 - facebook.com - 148
Alejandro Cosabela - Hej

Argentinian guitar music.

Feb 22, 2013 - facebook.com - 131
Platano - Kvodlibeto

French rapper

Feb 22, 2013 - youtube.com - 128
Esperanto Desperado - Ska-virino

Band with changing members from Denmark, Poland, Bosnia and Ghana, is responsible for creating two big Esperanto hits: "Sola" and "Ska-virino".

Feb 22, 2013 - youtube.com - 126
Sylwia Lipka - Imagu

Beautiful cover of Imagine by this young Polish singer.

Feb 22, 2013 - youtube.com - 162
Mary-Jane Gaspard - Nur Amiko

The young star of the sega style from Mauritius Island (Indian Ocean) singing "Nur Amiko" the Esperanto version translated by Stefano Kell.