Mazaika, Mozaika, Musika, Music. Whatever the sequence of letters it spelled a good night out for the villagers of Bishop Burton and friends. Igor Outkine, Susan Harrison and not to forget their performing poodle put on a splendid show for about sixty guests.

Igor played an electronic accordion that was capable of imitating almost any musical instrument. Susan played a violin with great virtuosity and enthusiasm. Igor also showed us his skills on the balalaika and Sarah on the domra. Their repertoire was wide and varied: Russian folk and Gypsy songs and instrumentals, Classical and Opera, Argentine and Russian Tango, Balkan beats, jazz, Latin, and original music. The dog managed to get in the act too; she howled to order while Igor played a special tune but slept most of the time and scoured the floor for crumbs and scraps.

The evening was a mix of musical entertainment and food. The cooks couldn’t think of a suitable Russian dish for the main course so made do with a Hungarian Goulash followed by a fresh-fruit Pavlova; both were excellent.

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