Welcome to Barduche Choir!
What Are The Benefits of Joining The Barduche Choir?
- Singing helps release endorphins which will give the singer an overall "lifted" feeling
- Signing is to blame for stress reduction
- Singing gets more oxygen into the blood which betters circulation which tends to promote a good mood
- Singing builds confidence which has long-lasting effects on well-being
- Research shows that singing also strengthens the immune system, helps you sleep and improves posture and mental alertness
Who Is Conducting Barduche?
In 1981, she graduated from Shiroka Luka School of Music majoring in folklore singing.
During the same year she began her professional career as a soloist at the “Rhodope” Ensemble for Folk Music and Dance in Smolyan.
From 1989 until present day she has been one of the soloists of trio “Rhodopeia” - the only known contra-alti trio in Bulgaria which was created by her mother, the famous Rhodope singer Hristina Lyutova.
In 1990 Mariyana became a soloist for the "Great Bulgarian Voices" choir with conductor Zdravko Mihailov, in whose repertoire an important place is occupied by Orthodox music and Russian folklore. The choir was involved in the recording of the soundtrack of Largo Winch.
In 1996 Mariyana became a soloist in the “Cosmic Voices of Bulgaria” choir with conductor Vanya Moneva who has collaborated in projects together with Kurt Howenstein of the famous band Super Max.
In 2000 Mariyana started working with the renowned female choir Bulgarian Voices Angelite, under the leadership of Assistant Professor Georgi Petkov, who collaborated in music projects with Bobby McFerrin, Nigel Kennedy, Adriano Celentano, Enrique Morent, Donna Rosa, Phil Collins and Eddie Jobson.
From 2004-2014 Mariyana has been one of the soloists of the Slavey Quartet, created by Nadka Karadzhova, see more here www.quartetslavey.weebly.com
Due to her uniquely low counter-viola voice, special arrangements were made by famous Bulgarian composers such as Prof. Nikolai Kaufman, Prof. Stefan Dragostinov, Assoc. Prof. Georgi Petkov and others.
Her concert business spans more than 4,000 concerts across Europe, as well as India, Japan, New Caledonia, Guadeloupe, Algeria.
In 2014 Mariyana moved to live in London, UK. Ever since she has been teaching singing and Solfeggio privately.
In 2019 Mariyana entered the Guinness World Records with the category “the lowest female voice on the planet”, and the record she set was with the tone of B2 (flat in a counter octave).
Get in touch!
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