Alicia Edelweiss sings what she calls ‘anti-operas’

The World

Austrian British musician Alicia Edelweiss spent four years traveling through Europe, busking on city streets. Her music is neither bombastic nor heavy, but fun and playful. It's kind of hard to categorize her and the music she makes. But she performs with a twinkle in her eye, framed by a heavy dose of glittery eye make-up, an accordion and a hula-hoop.

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