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Gergana Popova, Stanislav Arabadjiev und Lubomir Gospodinov treten erstmals gemeinsam in Wien auf!

 

Am Donnerstag, 24. Mai 2018 um 19:00 Uhr

Im Kunstraum der Ringstrassen Galerien

1010 Wien, Kärntnerring 11-13

Eintritt: 15,- Euro

 

Konzert Trio Kunstraum 500

 

GERGANA POPOVA – Vocals

Geboren in Svisthov (Bulgarien), lebt seit Ende 90 in Wien. Höhere Musikschule für Klavier in Shivshtov. Sang in Musicals, Rockbands.

Musikalische Projekte: Gergana - "In der Hand die Zigarre" (CD: Gergana Records).

Goldene Medaille für internationalen Wettbewerb für Songwriting (BeNeLux). Ausstellungen mit eigenen Fotos, Lesungen von eigener Lyric.

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STANISLAV ARABADJIEV – Piano

Stanislav Arabadjiev graduates the National Academy of Music "Professor Pancho Vladigerov'' in Sofia in 2014, where he was taught by Antoni Donchev, Julia Tsenova and Hristo Yotsov.

He then starts playing with many musicians including Milcho Leviev, Christiane Karam (USA), Joris Teepe (USA, Holland), Conrad Herwig (USA) and many more.

He has participated in most of the jazz festivals in Bulgaria including the "International Jazz Festival Bansko". The collaboration between his trio and Bulgarian jazz star Vassil Petrov has been very well received by the Bulgarian audience.

His latest work includes collaborating with Petar Salchev and Craig Bailey, a renowned saxophonist and a long standing member of Ray Charles' band Stanislav's love of music has also driven him to become a passionate teacher of music theory and piano. He's already won awards in music education. Mr. Arabadjiev's biggest musical influence is Bill Evans, however, during his development as a performing artist he has been finding new influences from all around the world, which have driven him on new and exciting musical paths.

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LUBOMIR GOSPODINOV – Saxophone, Clarinette

Lubomir Gospodinov was born on 9 Maj 1968 in Sofia. At 9 years of age he started playing a clarinet. He received his music education at Lyubomir Pipkov High School, then graduated from the Music Academy "Pancho Vladigerov" in Sofia, in the class of Professor Sava Dimitrov. Since 1991 he has been living and working in Austria, where he continued his studies at the University of Music and Performing Arts in Vienna under Professor Peter Schmidl, where he received a baccalaureate degree and a pedagogical profile of jazz saxophone by Prof. Martin Fuss.

Lubomir Gospodinov's unique mastery of music writing and performance incorporates elements of classical, jazz and traditional music in a remarkable fusion of styles.

In 2013 his composition "Chicken Dance" (performed with his group named Trio Klock) won the 4th place at the New York Jazz Competition.

In the latest edition of "All about Jazz" (February 2015) Michael Bailey writes about Gospodinov, "the tone of his saxophone reminds of Wayne Shorter".

In another review Harald Justin ("Concerto" , 2015) pays a special attention to "the odd beats of Gospodinov, which are kindled by the saxophone fire of his improvisation".

Together with his teaching activities at the Viennese Conservatoires Vienna and Prainer , Gospodinov is also engaged in performance persuits of various kinds – from individuals musicians and singers, to Big Bands and Classical Orchestras.

He tourt in North and South America, Europe and Asia. He's also made a significant amount of recordings as a composer and musician and is involved in theatrical performances and films as composer and

instrumentalist.

Some of his latest projects - Devet, Trio Klock, Errol Rackipov Band, Trio Gatanka include partnership with musicians such as Jorge Pardo, Isaac Turienzo, Tony Lakatos, Theodosii Spassov, Errol Rackipov, Martin Bejerano, Harry Stoyka, Jelena Krstic and many other.

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500 Bulg Jazz Trio u HT

Bulgarian Jazz Trio - Gergana Popova (Vocal) + Stanislav Arabadjiev (Piano) und Lubomir Gospodinov (Sax) erstmals gemeinsam in Wien. Im Rahmen der Ausstellung "Farbe und Gefühl - Körper und Seele" - 21 Künstler und Künstlerinnen aus Israel zeigen ihre neuen Werke: Foto, Malerei, Mosaik und Skulptur.

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