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���Walkin’ On Persepolis”

October 12, 2015 by ·

Dear reader, Public Republic presented the band Veivecura to your attention with an exclusive interview on 08.09.14: Artist of the Week-Veivecura/ Today, Public Republic was chosen together with seven other online magazines �����The Breakfast Jumpers�����������������������, �������������Dance Like Shaquille O’ Neal”, ���Just Kids Magazine�����, ���Mescalina”,”Radio Bombay���, “Shake Grandipalledifuoco” and “Son of Marketing | Unknown Music Pleasuresto” […]

Artist of the Week – RaumZeitPiraten

June 22, 2015 by ·

Interview with the space and time-bending artists collective RaumZeitPiraten by Dessislava Berndt Monument for a forgotten future / RaumZeitPiraten in Gelsenkirchen 2012 from RaumZeitPiraten on Vimeo. Who are the RaumZeitPiraten? How did you come up with the idea of this concept? We are RaumZeitPiraten, a space and time-bending artists collective. We started working in 2007 […]

Bansko Jazz 2015 – the programme

June 17, 2015 by ·

The International Jazz Festival in Bansko is one of the biggest summer musical events in Bulgaria and one of the foremost international cultural happenings on the Balkans. Since its foundation in 1998 the festival has been held every year in August in the small town of Bansko. The concerts are free for the public. Traditionally, […]

Bansko Jazz 2015 – Silvan Zingg

May 31, 2015 by ·

Interview by Dessislava Berndt with the boogie woogie and blues piano player Silvan Zingg The International Jazz Festival in Bansko is one of the biggest summer musical events in Bulgaria and one of the foremost international cultural happenings in the Balkans. Since its foundation in 1998 the festival has been held annually from August 8th […]

Time for us

April 22, 2015 by · No comments

Time for us is a piece by the dancer and choreographer Fabien Prioville and his wife Azusa Seyama who works as a dancer with Tanztheater Wuppertal Pina Bausch. It focuses on the experienced moment of two people meeting each other. It is a search for the significance of this moment, an exploration of places of […]

Bansko Jazz 2015 – Carmen Souza

April 20, 2015 by · No comments

Interview by Dessislava Berndt with the singer Carmen Souza The International Jazz Festival in Bansko is one of the biggest summer musical events in Bulgaria and one of the foremost international cultural happenings on the Balkans. Since its foundation in 1998 the festival has been held every year in August in the small town of […]

Artist of the Week – Klio Karadim

January 26, 2015 by · No comments

Interview with the painter Klio Karadim by Dessislava Berndt Translated from German by Dessislava Berndt, Proofreading: Simon Pavlov Klio Karadim, Photo: private Klio, how did you get into painting? In the 80’s in Bulgaria you had to choose your further school after the 7th school year. I didn’t want to become a secretary in an […]

Artist of the Week – Adam Ben Ezra

January 5, 2015 by · 2 comments

Tsvetelina Mareva`s interview with the double bassist and composer Adam Ben Ezra Photo: Danielle Jadlyn Mr. Ezra, would you tell us more about your creative path? Why have you chosen the double bass? My creative path began when I was very young, when I was 5 I started to play the violin. After a few […]

Artist of the Week – VeiveCura

September 8, 2014 by · 1 comment

Interview with Davide Iacono, musician and founder of VeiveCura by Dessislava Berndt VeiveCura, Photo by Chiara Incarbone Davide, how did you get into music? I’ve been connected with music since I was in my mother’s womb. She was studying piano for her last exam before graduation.

Bansko Jazz 2014 – the programme

April 29, 2014 by · No comments

The International Jazz Festival in Bansko is one of the biggest summer musical events in Bulgaria and one of the foremost international cultural happenings on the Balkans. Since its foundation in 1998 the festival has been held every year in August in the small town of Bansko. The concerts are free for the public. Traditionally, […]

Artist of the Week — Hampson Sisler

April 8, 2014 by · 1 comment

Tsvetelina Mareva`s interview with the composer Hampson Sisler Hampson Sisler: “Always write to the best of your ability” Hampson Sisler is one of the most prolific American classical composers living today.His first works were published at age nineteen starting with the H.W.Gray Co. and going on, with time, to Jos. Fischer & Co., Belwin Mills, […]

Artist of the Week — Georgie Lalov

March 24, 2014 by · No comments

Anna Simitchieva’s interview with Georgie Lalov Hello Georgie, please introduce yourself briefly to our readers. I am an actor and producer I live in Manhattan and I love to talk about film. How important is for you the fact that you are a Bulgarian artist? Do you face a lot of difficulties because of it? […]

SCIENCITY DUESSELDORF

August 5, 2013 by · 1 comment

Under the headline SCIENCITY DUESSELDORF and the motto “INTERFACES – the Art of Science” Dusseldorf will be highlighted as a European capital of science, art and culture.

Bansko Jazz 2013 – the programme

July 27, 2013 by · No comments

The International Jazz Festival in Bansko is one of the biggest summer musical events in Bulgaria and one of the foremost international cultural happenings on the Balkans. Since its foundation in 1998 the festival has been held every year in August in the small town of Bansko. The concerts are free for the public. Traditionally, […]

Rada: We are not one-dimensional and neither is art

July 11, 2013 by · 3 comments

Jasmina Tacheva Talks with Actress, Photographer and Singer Rada Photo: Dobrin Marchev Hello, Rada! What have you been up to lately? I know your new single, “Anonymous in New York” came out just a few days ago, could you tell us more about this project? Yes. My new song is the latest and biggest step […]

T-Guardian. La biennale 2013.

June 11, 2013 by · 3 comments

From designapplause.com Here’s a new definition for “art on the move.” The “T-Guardian” sculpture, designed by artists Christoph Luckeneder and Manfred Kielnhofer, currently on a global tour of the world’s museums and exhibition spaces, has made its way to Venice for La Biennale—and it’s showing up in a new spot around the city each day. […]

Bulgarian Fiction NYghts

April 15, 2013 by · 2 comments

22 – 25 April, New York Open Letter Books & The Elizabeth Kostova Foundation are pleased to mark the publication of two new books: ANGEL IGOV’s A Short Tale Of Shame (Open Letter Books, 2013) ZACHARY KARABASHLIEV’s 18% Gray (Open Letter Books, 2013) Meet the two authors and the translator, Angela Rodel, at the following […]

Don’t Take the Bridge on Off-Off-Broadway

March 2, 2013 by · 3 comments

Jasmina Tacheva Снимка: Pavel Antonov – Evgeniya Radilova and Tony Naumovski – Don’t Take the Bridge, onewaytheater.us The world premiere of Mayia Pramatarova‘s latest play Don’t Take the Bridge took place at the 4th Street Theatre, New York, less than a month ago. The performance of a Bulgarian play on 4th Street – an epitome […]

Synesthesia – new album by The Kandinsky Effect

February 11, 2013 by · 1 comment

The Kandinsky Effect Europe CD Release Shows Conceived on Paris’s cosmopolitan jazz scene, forged on the road in America, and informed by international currents in electronic music, The Kandinsky Effect is a jazz power trio for the 21st century. The trans-Atlantic band, based in New York City and Paris, makes its Cuneiform debut with Synesthesia, […]

Artist of the Week — Niki Iliev

February 5, 2013 by · 4 comments

Jasmina Tacheva Talks with Bulgarian Actor, Director, Screenwriter and Producer Niki Iliev Niki Iliev: I wanted to make a film about the clash of cultures, but ultimately to show that people are generally not very different from one another, regardless of where they come from, and when it comes to love or other emotions – […]