In 1997 the band became popular in Russia, and in 1998 they made a big tour across the Netherlands, Slovenia, Croatia, Germany and Portugal. The uniqueness of their compositions, the variety of instruments they play, and also their professionalism – Ivan's strong voice and the technical abilities of other musicians – gave them great success with the audience, especially in Holland. "Troitsa" from the beginning used not only national instruments, but also those from other countries of the world, all the same retaining old Belorussian as the language of their songs. Critics described their style as "folk-fusion with the influence of world-music".
In 1998 the group was noticed by a Dutch recording company Pan Records, which offered them a contract for the release of their debut album "Troitsa". After this release and some concerts in Belarus and Holland the group broke up for some time. […] In 2000 Ivan released a solo record, "Heritage Of The Lost Villages". […] which In the autumn of the same year a new line-up, called "Ethno Trio Troitsa", gave their first concert in Minsk. New members of the band were Jury Dmitriev, a guitarist and a pupil of Ivan Kirtchuk, and drummer Jury Pavlovskij, ex-musician of "Kniaz Myshkin". Zhuravy, the first release of the new formation, appeared in Holland in 2001. (gadki.lublin.pl)
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If you like Troitsa, look for their Sem album in L'Arbre de les 1000 musiques.