Vlada Tomova | Аз и сърцето ми сме едно

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Аз и сърцето ми сме едно

by Vlada Tomova

An orchestrated world pop song with Bulgarian lyrics.
Genre: Pop: Chamber Pop
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Bulgarian vocal sorceress brings modern soul to the Gypsy Balkan diaspora

One of Bulgaria's most exciting contemporary voices and a rising world music star in the USA, Vlada Tomova leads an ensemble of the world's top instrumentalists on both sides of the Atlantic.

Fronted by "Bulgarian vocal sorceress" (NY Mosaico) Vlada Tomova, Balkan Tales offers a refreshingly different take on Bulgarian folk songs, infusing traditions from the Balkans, the Mediterranean, and the Middle East into a contemporary acoustic sound, while illuminating the connection between traditions. Their critically acclaimed full-length album, Balkan Tales, hailed by The Boston Globe for its "haunting, otherworldly energy" and NY Music Daily as "a rich, intense treat, all the way through" was released in 2011 by the leading world music label Kuker Music. Following the release Balkan Tales performed a series of memorable concerts in the USA with special guest kaval virtuozo Theodosii Spassov.

Additionally, Vlada Tomova is the founder and leader of Yasna Voices, New York's Bulgarian Women's Choir, and the creator of the Bulgarian Alphabet Song. She is the principal synthesizer behind several musical troupes – Bulgarian Voices Trio, Songs of the Spice Road and The Lazarus Rose - that interweave ethnic music traditions within a twenty first century context.

Called an "ambassadress of contemporary Bulgarian culture” Vlada's numerous appearances include Lincoln Center Out of Doors Festival (New York), Carnegie’s Zankel Hall (New York), “Gathering Friends" festival at Moscow Conservatory, the Montreal International Jazz Festival, Chicago World Music Festival, Cumbre Tajin festival (Mexico), and National Palace of Culture and Bulgarian National Radio Hall in Sofia, Bulgaria, among many others at home and abroad. Tomova collaborates on interdisciplinary projects, and is a guest vocalist in demand in the world music, film, and theatre communities. Her lead singing in “Bulgarian Chicks” song continues to mesmerize audiences and win acclaim with the internationally celebrated Balkan Beat Box.

Most recentrly Vlada opened a new page in her creative work by starting to write and perform her original songs. Audiences from Sofia to New York to Havana were enthusiastic to hear the songs premiered live. Woven together with Balkan Tales’ repertoire, Vlada’s originals reveal a disarmingly personal new side of her work, while complementing well and contrasting the folklore-routed material. The result is at once an intimate, multi-faceted, culturally enriching and energetic concert experience.



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