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Miryan Kolev – Bulgaria – Music


Miryan Kolev is а musician, who works in experimental, electroacoustic and improvisational music sphere. His main activity is related to his solo ambient project E.U.E.R.P.I. and he has taken part of many festivals and stages in Bulgaria, Norway, Serbia, Romania, Czech Republic, Germany, Austria and Slovakia. He starts his project with the idea to present music as an expression, or in other words to be able to convey emotions in most pure form without frames. He uses mainly guitar through software effects and other non-traditional staff/instruments.



Ritual art – Time and Space

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Miryan Kolev


Miryan Kolev has created a musical composition which is composed and recorded during his stay in the Old School residency. In this composition are included motifs from an authentic folklore song from Gorna Lipnitsa performed by women from the village during the opening of the residency. These old motifs, which incorporate the spirit of the past, are combined with sounds from objects found in the school presenting the elements of now and here. The overall sound of the composition is supplemented by guitar fragments characterizing the stillness of time. The final result is a sound ritual which embodies timelessness and transitivity of ages.


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Miryan Kolev



 Live in Community center Zora -1887, Gorna Lipnitsa, 20.08.2015


Organizing and Conducting of Ritual Art – Time and Space edition of the Old School residency is financed under BG 08 Cultural Heritage and Contemporary Arts Programme of the EEA Financial Mechanism.


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This document is created with the financial support of BG 08 Cultural Heritage and Contemporary Arts Programme of the EEA financial mechanism. Community center Zora – 1887 is fully responsible for the content of the document and under no circumstances can be assumed that this document reflects the official opinion of the Financial Mechanism of the European Economic Area and the operator of BG 08 Cultural Heritage and Contemporary Arts programme.

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