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Maria Ilieva- "Love"

Photo: YouTube / Maria Ilieva

Days after her birthday, Maria Ilieva will close her national tour with a concert in Sofia. The music tour is entitled Love and covers 13 Bulgarian towns. It will end on December 6. Some of Bulgaria’s best musicians such as Georgi Yanev (guitar), Vasil Vutev (drums), Martin Denev (keyboard), Martin Tashev (Trumpet), Vladislav Michev (trombone and synthesizer), Emilio Marholev (bass guitar) and Trio Trinity will perform together with Maria Ilieva on the stage of Hall No 1 in the National Palace of Culture. 

Maria Ilieva promises many surprises, new concert arrangements of well-known titles and impressive multimedia. The singer will perform music hits such as Moon Dream, Nothing, Everything and Stay Tonight. The concert will also feature the song Love, which has also gained huge popularity. Maria Ilieva wrote the music and the lyrics of the piece. The arrangement is also by Maria Ilieva. 


Published and Translated by Kostadin Atanasov
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