Chervona is known as the Best Eastern Europe Party Band in Pacific NW.
Mixing together taste and passion of the best Gypsy, Russian, Ukrainian, Klezmer and Balkan musical traditions, Chervona brings the fire of Eastern European carnivals to the land of America.
With their authenticity and genuine fire Chervona has stolen many hearts. Shining with their brass section and capturing soul with the traditional sounds of the old world and new interpretations, Chervona transforms a celebration into an ultimate party!
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Eric · Married on 09/23/2017
We had very few bands in mind for our wedding reception, Chervona was top of the list, so we're glad they were available. They are very particular about sound quality which is awesome, because it comes across perfectly when they perform. The band's energy seems limitless, and literally the whole room was bouncing around dancing most of the night. If you're tired of the normal "wedding music" bands, Chervona should be your top pick. Thanks again for making our wedding night so memorable!Sent on 09/27/2017
Zoë · Married on 09/22/2017
Best possible band we could've hired for our wedding! Chervona absolutely killed it with their high energy performance, and they were also a total pleasure to work with. It is the perfect music for folks of all ages to dance to, and a great option if you're looking for something that's not the typical wedding band. Our guests totally loved them, and so did we!!Sent on 09/27/2017
Anton · Married on 08/10/2014
As a musician, I was adamant about having a live band at the reception. I'd seen Chervona before and knew how they can get a whole room moving. For my wedding, there was not a clearer choice to me than Chervona, and we were not disappointed. Weddings can be a bit reserved with many folks meeting for the first time, but once the family and the band got acquainted, everyone was shaking a tail feather.Sent on 09/27/2017
Chervona was also able to play a quieter set during dinner, which set the tone for dancing later, but was not intrusive or distracting from conversation.