Nastasia Y & DoVira

I am often backed up by my band “DoVira”, which means “trust” in Ukrainian. Although I most commonly perform with a 5-piece band, I am also able to perform solo (electro and unplugged), trio (electro and unplugged), and with my full 9-piece orchestra – featuring my incredible backup singers! 

Nastasia Y
DoVira electro trio
Nastasia Y & DoVira (five piece band)
Nastasia Y Orchestra


Blisk is an all-female folk band that I am a part of. We focus on vocal polyphony from Eastern Europe and beyond, accompanied by hypnotic percussion and dance. For more information, please visit us at


Apart from my love of world music, I also LOVE singing pop music, r&b, Motown, jazz, classic rock, and good old cover music.

I usually do this with my incredible cover band StereoFlavour – one of the most popular wedding music bands in Toronto. 

Ahmed & Nastasia:

This is my collaboration with Iraqi-born Ahmed Moneka. Together, we take you on a journey from Iraq to Ukraine, and we visit other Middle Eastern, Slavic and Balkan countries along the way.


This my latest creation – a truly “Torontonian” music ensemble.

The StereoWorld Collective is more than a band: It’s a musical journey through cultures, featuring various all-star musicians of the Toronto music scene. From Little Italy on College Street, to Little Ukraine in the west end, we know what this city, a blend of vibrant cultures from all parts of the world, looks and tastes like; the StereoWorld Collective explores what this “meeting place” sounds like. It’s music that will speak to you, whether you have roots in Eastern Europe, Latin America, the Middle East, grew up listening to flamenco, or just love the taste of Korea-town or Little India. The group brings together more than a dozen members hailing from even more locales, in various permutations and combinations. Find out more at 

In this Medley, we travel from Egypt, to the Balkans, through France, the Middle East, Russia, Turkey, and Italy, until we finally end up in Spain!

Our take on the Korean classic “Arirang”. Starting with throat singing from north of Mongolia, we pass by Eastern Europe, the Mediterranean, and India along the way.