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Dimitar Bodurov: Solo in Bonn

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Pianist, composer, producer, curator, and director of the mixed-arts Radar Festival, Dimitar Bodurov wears many hats. Since 2003, his trio has been his main vehicle, though collaborations with the likes of Michael Moore, Judith Scholte, Theodossi Spassov, Sandip Bhattacharya and Randy Brecker reflect a broad musical palette. Solo in Bonn is Bodurov's second solo recording, coming ...

ARTICLE: LIVE REVIEWS

A to JazZ Festival 2019

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A to JazZ Festival 2019
South Park II
Sofia, Bulgaria
July 5-7, 2019

Jazz on a summer's day. There's nothing quite like it. To see Sofia's South Park II packed with somewhere between fifteen and twenty thousand people for three days of jazz, where a veritable sea of good vibes ...

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12 Points 2014, Umea

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12 Points 2014
Umeå, Sweden
April 10-12, 2014

Umeå, 400 miles north of Stockholm at the Ume river and near the gulf of Bothnia, is the capital of Västerbotten County. The city is located on the plain coastal strip, with an enormous wide horizon on all sides, and everything in the city ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEWS

Bodurov Trio: Seven Stamps

Read "Seven Stamps" reviewed by Bruce Lindsay

Bulgarian pianist Dimitar Bodurov may reside in Amsterdam but his love of his homeland's folk culture remains strong. On Seven Stamps, the fourth album from the Bodurov Trio since its formation in 2001, Bodurov continues his exploration of Bulgarian folk music and the “rhythm in 7" which gives the album its title. The exploration on this ...

NEWS: FESTIVAL

The 23nd Tel Aviv Jazz Festival, February 21-24, 2012

The Tel Aviv Jazz Festival, in its 23rd year, is one of the most prominent and important jazz events in Israel. It has gained a reputation in Israel and abroad for attracting both Israeli and international jazz personalities, and is also well known for its special music projects. However, its main appeal is the exciting annual ...