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    • Sofia Opera goes to its fans

      Sofia Opera goes to its fans

      The Sofia Opera and Ballet is continuing its new initiative to stream some of its classics for free. On 15 March the cultural institution's Facebook page launched the online platform SOFIA OPERA PEARLS STREAMS - a series of streams of live recordings of shows from the opera's vast repertoire.

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    • DJ Rebūke: Let people have fun

      DJ Rebūke: Let people have fun

      Don't follow trends and imitate other artists or sounds that are popular. Someone said to me a couple of years ago, if you are trying to copy today’s sound, you’re a year too late, says DJ Rebūke in an interview to Europost.

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    • Sonya Yoncheva conquers Berlin

      Sonya Yoncheva conquers Berlin

      High acclaim from German music critics followed the latest performance of Sonya Yoncheva as Medea at the Staatsoper Berlin. The superstar soprano sang the title part and the media coverage underscored that she kept the audiences mesmerised during all of her performances.

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    • Ray Gelato: Swing makes people happy

      Ray Gelato: Swing makes people happy

      The problem is though that music has become devalued and viewed as a free commodity. There is so much available on social media that an artist can become just a number. Also there are less places to play than 25 years ago. So everybody has to travel more in order to make a living. It's not easy to keep a seven piece band out there, but we manage, says Ray Gelato in an interview to Europost.

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    • Ruth Koleva: Music was my way out of loneliness

      Ruth Koleva: Music was my way out of loneliness

      It is a really personal story about my relationship with love, disappointments and the strength to move on. Alone. The themes are centred round my relationships with men. As an artist, I shied away from this part of my life for a long time, while in reality, it is the driving force behind my music, says singer Ruth Koleva in an interview to Europost.

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    • Stars of Music Moves Europe revealed

      Stars of Music Moves Europe revealed

      Last night, during a vibrant award ceremony at the Stadsschouwburg of Groningen, the Netherlands were revealed the winners of the 2020 Music Moves Europe Talent Awards, the EU prize for popular and contemporary music.

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    • 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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