• Heading to eternity

      Heading to eternity

      What he refers to as one of the most exciting projects since his debut album, Oxygene, Jean-Michel Jarre announced the launch of his new infinite music app, EōN.

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    • Mario Hossen: Violins have soul

      Mario Hossen: Violins have soul

      The old instruments give you a sense of tradition; they rather represent a spiritual process of reincarnation. Just think of it - several generations of violinists played this instrument, conveyed their emotions. The vibration preserved in the body of the instrument is something that lasts, it does not go away, maestro Mario Hossen says in an interview to Europost.

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    • Stefan Valdobrev: Theatre is therapeutic

      Stefan Valdobrev: Theatre is therapeutic

      If you are serious in your approach, you write straight from the heart about something you consider important, considering that you will be asking people to spare three minutes of their lives to hear it. You need to be aware of this great responsibility, says actor Stefan Valdobrev in an interview to Eropost.

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    • Sonya Yoncheva to sing in Sofia

      Sonya Yoncheva to sing in Sofia

      Sonya Yoncheva, the Bulgarian opera prima who conquered the world, will arrive in Sofia to give a concert on 15 November. She will present a Puccini programme under the baton of Maestro Nayden Todorov.

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    • Garrard Conley: My book is very grey

      Garrard Conley: My book is very grey

      Boy Erased gave me a convenient metaphor to talk about sexuality and religion because so much of what was happening to me was a kind of erasure - to say “You don't exist as a gay man, you can't be a gay man because gay people don't exist.”, says Garrard Conley in an interview to Eropost.

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    • Cinema tells stories of photography

      Cinema tells stories of photography

      At the invitation of Contemporary Space, the Synthesis gallery will guest in Varna with the exposition Moving Stills - Photography Films by Trisha Ziff. Its focus is on four films made by the famous director: Chevolution (2008), The Mexican Suitcase (2011), The Man Who Saw Too Much (2016) and Witkin & Witkin (2017). They tell the life stories of four photographers - Alberto Korda, Robert Capa, Enrique Metinides and Joel-Peter Witkin.

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    • Peter Bence to play in Sofia

      Peter Bence to play in Sofia

      The world's fastest piano player Peter Bence will perform a concert on 13 November at the National Palace of Culture in Sofia. Bence is an internationally acclaimed virtuoso pianist, recording artist, composer and producer who holds the Guinness World Record for being the Fastest Piano Player.

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    • Japanese dance of darkness will be performed in Sofia

      Japanese dance of darkness will be performed in Sofia

      A form of Japanese dance theatre known as butoh is at the core of a new show by Bulgarian experimental theatre company Meteor, which will be performed in Sofia on 30 and 31 October. Butoh, or ankoku buto (dance of darkness), is a type of avant-garde dance which raises the most difficult existential questions using extreme means of expression.

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