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Concert Review: Pianist Tania Stavreva – ‘Kaleidoscope Rhythms!’ – Music of Chopin, Mompou, Vladigerov and More (NYC 11/15/15)

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Stavreva champions composers from her native Bulgaria, plays a mean Chopin, and is unafraid to perform her own works of rumbling, percussive intensity. Read More »

Theater Review (NYC Fringe): ‘The Spider’


Conjoined twins wrestle with the pain of separation in this remarkable play from Bulgaria. Read More »

Music Review: Various Artists – Balkan Arts 701: Bulgarian Folk Dances

A reminder that music used to be played for the sheer joy of making it and the chance it gave us to celebrate living. Read More »

Book Review: East of the West: A Country in Stories by Miroslav Penkov

Eight short stories reveal historic and contemporary Bulgaria. Read More »

Book Review: Solo by Rana Dasgupta

A remarkable book which breathes life into the uncertainties, confusion and questioning of the postmodern age. Read More »

Music Video Review: The Big Four – Live from Sofia, Bulgaria

Metallica, Slayer, Megadeth, and Anthrax. Put your horns to the sky! Read More »

DVD Review: Lake Placid 3 (Unrated)

Hey, at least it’s better than Lake Placid 2. Plus, there’s nudity. Rejoice, my brethren! Read More »

DVD Review: The Code (2009)

Not half as bad as you might think. Quite enjoyable, in fact. Read More »