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Eurovision struggles to keep politics out as Israel controversy hits Malmö

The Observer 10 May 2024
“We really love Turkey,” she said at the press conference after the second semi-final, while also commemorating the absence of Romania and Bulgaria and insisting that the musical traditions of the ...
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Bay Area arts: 10 great shows and concerts to catch this weekend

East Bay Times 09 May 2024
The band has traveled to study folkloric music traditions and performers in Armenia, Bulgaria, Ukraine, Georgia, Macedonia and more Turkey, and are considered valuable preservers of a steadily ...
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African drumbeats echo at Sharjah Children's Reading Festival

Gulf Today 04 May 2024
Too much drumming will hurt their hands, so I hope they will come again for more tomorrow,” said the Ukrainian artiste who has developed his own inhouse music called Lil Mishka Band and now works for an orphanage in Bulgaria.
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Meet Louize Carroll, the psychologist and girlfriend of Bressie

The Times/The Sunday Times 28 Apr 2024
But music has always been her passion ... As result she opted to study psychology and music in college, and found she also liked psychology ... Never one to do things by half, she enrolled in a month-long course in Bulgaria in music composition for movies.
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Peters Township photographer to present rare view of Chernobyl disaster

Observer-Reporter 23 Apr 2024
Haritan has won numerous local, state, national and international awards and has produced photo documentaries of folk music and dance cultures, history, architecture and geography of Native Americans, Bulgaria, Greece and Turkey, along with Ukraine.
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People’s Artist, violin professor Tạ Bôn dies

Vietnam News 20 Apr 2024
People’s Artist and music ... He performed violin in numeral concerts and music festivals at home and in many countries such as China, Cambodia, Russia, Finland, Cuba, Hungary and Bulgaria.
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Update: Tickets Go on Sale April 22 for Girma Yifrashewa’s Carnegie Debut

Tadias 18 Apr 2024
His musical journey led him to the Yared School of Music in Addis Ababa and later to the Sofia State Conservatory of Music in Bulgaria, where he pursued a Masters in Piano under the tutelage of Professor Atanas Kurtev.
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Girma Yifrashewa Makes Carnegie Hall Debut with ‘Peace unto Ethiopia: An Anthology of Original Works and Tributes’

Tadias 29 Mar 2024
Despite facing challenges, including the loss of his scholarship due to political turmoil, Girma’s determination led him to continue his studies at the Sofia State Conservatory of Music in Bulgaria, where he graduated with a Masters in Piano.
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Cross-cultural research reveals universal bias towards simple rhythmic ratios in music

PsyPost 29 Mar 2024
... factors that shape musical cognition ... For example, the 2.2.3 rhythm was notably prominent among traditional musicians in Turkey, Botswana, and Bulgaria, reflecting its importance in their local music.
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Tamburitzans returning to Ellwood City

Ellwood City Ledger 13 Mar 2024
The Tamburitzans will weave a tapestry of music, songs and dances of Armenia, Bulgaria, Croatia, Hungary, Serbia, Slovakia, the Ukraine and dances from the Alpine region and the Jewish culture.
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70+ arts events keep March busy in Sarasota, Manatee and Charlotte counties

Herald-Tribune Sarasota 28 Feb 2024
Artistic Director George Kresovich describes the group as offering “folk with a fresh coat of paint.” The ensemble features 27 artists from Croatia, Bulgaria, Armenia, Ukraine and other countries performing music from across cultures.
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100-plus fun things to do in March in Sarasota, Bradenton, Venice, Punta Gorda

Herald-Tribune Sarasota 26 Feb 2024
Artistic Director George Kresovich describes the group as offering “folk with a fresh coat of paint.” The ensemble features 27 artists from Croatia, Bulgaria, Armenia, Ukraine and other countries performing music from across cultures.
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Rosenblum brings Nebula Project to CAC

The Lancaster News 23 Feb 2024
Musically, he reflected on how his unique jazz sound was shaped by musical traditions from Brazil, Bulgaria, the Balkans, Ireland, India, Croatia and France — a thousand pebbles of influence.
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Your Local Arts Scene: Music, music, and a secret code

The Hawk Eye 19 Feb 2024
Elizabeth Pappas, executive director of the Art Center of Burlington, 301 Jefferson St., has provided another great list of upcoming music concerts ... Burlington Civic Music presents Direct from Bulgaria, The Sofia Philharmonic Orchestra ... Music.
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Cavatina Duo to perform at quick Center for the Arts

The Bradford Era 12 Feb 2024
Cavatina Duo’s extensive discography includes “Folios and Fantasias,” music of Marais and Telemann, a Critic’s Choice selection of the American Record Guide; “The Balkan Project,” music from Bosnia, ...
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