Now, in this article is finally time to be more interested about bulgarian music.
It was maybe five years ago, when I have started to listen bulgarian Pop-folk. 328 more words
A trove of ancient Bulgarian dances is gracefully examined, and reinterpreted into the fantastical. Bulgariada is a good example, being a collaboration with Georgi Petkov (and all the sonic, vocal brilliance and heritage that he brings); and Petkov’s addition of Trio Evridika, instantly recognisable as a concentrated but carefree miniature of Bulgarian Voices Angelite, makes for lush but intense romance. 271 more words
For all their influence on western popular music and advertising, the world famous choir with the unwieldy name here celebrate twenty five years with an austerely beautiful and uncompromising affirmation of their commitment to Bulgarian song, folklore and the enduring power of seasonal ritual. 267 more words
Nikola Gruev – or Kottarashky (Tomcat) – is a professional architect with a particular musical vision. He has now enticed a number of excellent rock and traditional musicians into sharing that vision and forming a unique live proposition, as a real and vital band. 357 more words