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The Foundation and The Big BG Rock Voices – TOUR IN GERMANY IN PHOTOS
With five live concerts in 2022 the only supergroup in Bulgaria has finished its biggest tour in Germany, organized by Gibelin agency. The musicians proved that they are real rock legends – mobile, positive and true professionals. More than 2500 km of road in less than a week, 5 concerts in 5 different completely new …
Gibelin on tour again!
Great news have arrived! We are thrilled to announce that after four years apart from the Bulgarian audience in Germany, “The Fondation” is back. The amazing supergroup will visit five German cities in November 2022. Along with Kiril Marichkov, Doni, Ivan Lechev, Slavcho Nikolov and Venko Poromanski, this time three more of the most beloved …
ANTON HRISTOV: “Sofia Underground: Pandemic Edition captures pure gold”
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Four skilled hands: the story of an unexpected transformation
Sunny day in Berlin-Kreuzberg, mid-September. Gibelin’s skilled guys, Valio and Tony, talk about the fruits of their labor and the new adventure “Kuker”. They have achieved a lot, but one thing remains: “We are still waiting for Popa (‘the priest’, TN), the singer of Oratnitza, to consecrate us.”
“SKETCHES OF SOFIA”’S PHOTOGRAPHER: “THE BERLIN EXHIBITION WILL RE-CREATE THE BALKANS’ MAGIC”
Ivan Shishiev on Kuker, the hidden places, and the future surprises An interview by Alexandra Terziyska – “Sketches of Sofia” – the contemporary visual stories of a multifaceted city existing from ancient times. How did it all start? – It was a rainy spring day, in a library in Sofia. I wrote down the words …
The 7 Deadly Sins of Live Streaming (Viewer’s edition)
In the past months, the internet has been the best club the world has ever known. Whether in the form of a proper, full-length concert, an evening with friends or a digital tour, life streaming has succeeded in satisfying the audience’s hunger for culture, at least to a degree. Yet, there’s a pattern of people stating that: “it isn’t the same”. And though the medium is undoubtedly part of the issue, it might be just a little bit our fault too.
“The 7 Deadly Sins of Live Streaming” is a two-part series about the things that ruin the digital concert experience. Bare in mind, we promoters are viewers too, and we are guilty of some of those transgressions ourselves. So don’t take it the wrong way. Rather come along for the ride and laugh with us.
Our Playlist: Anton from Gibelin talks all things boutique and freaky
“A sound techie with an artistic soul, enigmatically romantic, a cynical dreamer with multiple layers of controversy.” This is Anton from Gibelin in his own words. In his installment of the series “Our Playlist” Tony talks all things boutique and freaky, and tells the story of his life journey.
Alex Naydenov of “Hashove” on common beginnings: “Dancing to Stefan Valdobrev’s music, welcoming the sunrise on the 17th floor.”
Alex Naydenov is a well known person within the Bulgarian community in Berlin. In 2012, being the co-founder of the organization “United Ideas for Bulgaria” and a fresh masters student in Berlin, his path met him with the dream of reviving the Bulgarian-German student association “Hashove”. This organisation is also what connects him to Gibelin. Here Alex opens up in an interview about long-lasting friendships and the necessity of challenges.