• 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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    • 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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    • 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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    • Musiс rising among the dead

      Musiс rising among the dead

      Deep in one of New York's most prestigious cemeteries, the eerie vibrations of a string concerto ricochet off catacomb walls, a seance of sorts invigorating the spirit of classical music. Media reports regularly warn of the genre's impending doom, but Andrew Ousley, who founded the cheekily named "Death of Classical" series, says the obituaries are beyond premature.

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    • The Mystery of the Bulgarian Voices triumphs in Skopje

      The Mystery of the Bulgarian Voices triumphs in Skopje

      The latest tour of the Bulgarian women's choir The Mystery of the Bulgarian Voices made a triumphant start in Skopje on 8 October. The choir presents its latest album BooCheeMish, recorded together with Lisa Gerrard. The spacious and beautiful acoustic hall of Skopje Philharmonics, inaugurated two years ago, was too small to accommodate all music lovers who wanted to enjoy the art of the Bulgarian singers and the Australian icon of Dead Can Dance.

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    • Dolora Zajick: Bulgaria has great voices

      Dolora Zajick: Bulgaria has great voices

      You have had such great artists as Ghena Dimitrova, with whom I have worked together, same for Raina Kabaivanska. But my impression is that there is something like a break assessing the Bulgarian vocal school. Every talent must be brought to light and developed. Money is needed to develop the so many talented singers that you have, people need to do their job well, Metropolitan Opera star, mezzo-soprano Dolora Zajick says in an interview to Europost.

       

       

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    • DJ Wehbba: I can't switch off from music

      DJ Wehbba: I can't switch off from music

      The only thing I carried from my time as a dentist over to the music was my devotion to research and to acquiring knowledge. As a dentist you need to study relentlessly to be on top, so that you are able to help your patients in the best way. In music, it's very easy to conform to formulas and stick to a plan, so I'm happy I was able to experience what I did as a dentist and learned how to keep “flexing the muscle” in my brain, says the emblematic electronic music DJ from Brazil in an interview to Europost.

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    • Sofia Philharmonic new season is opening

      Sofia Philharmonic new season is opening

      The new guest star, conductor Sascha Goetzel will open season 2019-2020 with Symphony No.1 by Gustav Mahler on 12 September at the Bulgaria Hall in Sofia. This symphony is a titanic work which ushered in a new stage in the development of symphonic music.

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