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Celebration of femininity and Slavic folklore in modern dress

Vesna is the only female music group in the Czech Republic that blends contemporary pop with distinct folk elements, celebrating femininity and Slavic heritage. It was founded in 2016 by singer, composer, and lyricist Patricia Kaňok Fuxová. Their debut album, "Pátá Bohyně," was nominated for the Discovery of the Year category at the 2018 Anděl Music Awards. In 2023, the band ranked 10th in the Eurovision Song Contest with the song "My Sister's Crown," becoming the 22nd most streamed viral artist globally with over 22 million streams on Spotify.

Vesna has had numerous successful concerts in the Czech Republic and Slovakia, and in the previous year, they performed on stages in European cities such as London, Madrid, Warsaw, Amsterdam, and Basel. As the very first Czech-Slovak band, Vesna became ambassadors for the global EQUAL initiative, with their photos appearing on the bustling Times Square in New York.

Vesna concluded the year 2023 on a high note with the release of their third album, "Muzika Slavica," featuring various Slavic languages, blending contemporary pop with folk motifs, and fearlessly exploring the world of rap.


Patricií Kaňok Fuxová - singer, composer, and lyricist
Bára Juránková - violin, vocals
Olesya Ochepovskaya - keyboard
Markéta Mužátková - drums, vocals
Tereza Čepková - bass guitar

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