DESI DOBREVA – THE GREAT TALENT TO RAISE THE PUBLIC ON THEIR FEET IN CONCERT HALL 1 IN NDK.
Desi Dobreva made her public dizzy with an unbelievable show, on November, 12-th at the emblematic Hall 1 in NDK. Desi was in her whirlwind and showed a world level on the stage of NDK, Sofia..
This time the surprises began from the very start. With deep poetic text and under Desi’s own music on the stage the acrobat Stanislava Ivanova performed a dance, hanging from the ceiling 27 meters. Desi appeared in white as a real angel and started singing… Shivers creep over you and this feeling remains till the end of the concert… 28 songs, 2 unforgettable hours in a company of music, dance and magic !
Just a few touches – the incredible musicians from Ludo Mlado Band; the bagpipers from National Bulgarian Bagpiper Association, leaded by Petar Yanev, which were so many, that no space left free on the stage, and so – men, boys, children, girls – gathered to play bagpipes in a cosmic synchronicity; the guitar virtuoso Tzvetan Nedyalkov from Ku-Ku Band; the duet with Mimi Nikolova “Zamulchi, Zamulchi” from the movie “Ljubimetz 13” ; the amazing performances of the dance group “Geratzi” and the dance ballet ”No Name”; the folklore performances of the formation “Bagri”; Macedonian virtuoso Dzambo Agushev and his orchestra – Goran Bregovich would jump on feet to applaud them !
Absolutely unforgettable was the appearance of the phenomenal talent Marius Kurkinski, who reminded us that we are celebrating 100 years from Nikolay Haytov’s birth with a sketch from his story “Zasukan svyat” (Twisted world).
Desi included herself autographic on the grand piano with “Ludo Mlado” song, but on the surprises top was playing the song “Hej, Mori Rujke” with her daughter Alina. Very personal, and very touching.
All of those, present in the Hall 1, were enjoying sincerely, crying, dancing, laughing, raising on feet repeatedly, all they were real fire-flies on the surface of a sea in the darkness with their electric lights on mobile phones, when ballads were sung.
Ethno, folklore, bossa nova, jazz, reggae, pop, rock, pathetic ballads, … a rain of styles in Hall 1. But the “horo”, which sounds at the end of every Desi’s concert, this night was longer, flexible, gathering the public all around, and magnetic !
Thanks for the emotion !
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