The vita of the Jashgawronsky Brothers is moving to tears: They are said to have spent their sad first twenty years as Armenian foundlings in an orphanage under the strictest supervision. To make matters worse, they took music lessons from the great vodka lover and composer Professor Alga Pescaturjan

There, the three brothers internalized the sound worlds so much that they are still obsessively from all
build instruments from everyday objects lying around in order to play smash hits like "Vivaldi's One Season". It doesn't matter how dubious the myth-enshrouded growing up of the passionate bearded, fez and gigantic glasses wearers may sound.

From classical to folk music to the blues. Musically, they offer "Music & Comedy" at its finest