are a group of free improvisers, operating in a dimension beyond style or genre, creating “momentary” music that is truly honest and direct. The musicians strive to be free from their musical background and unite through the common language that reflects the way they perceive the world and the universe beyond. Their music is a spatial transporter to other worlds and parallel realities, where sound becomes visible. Free from expectations, the musicians unite through the common language reflecting the way they perceive. Their performances are best descibed as spontanious sonic sculptures.Rossen Zahariev
starts to play piano at 7 and trumpet when he is 10. After graduating from the Sofia School of Music in 1990, he is admitted at the Bulgarian State Conservatory, and two years later he moves to the Rotterdam Conservatory, studying jazz performance with Bob Brookmeyer. From 1995 to 1988 lives in Boston, attending Berklee College of Music. He has constantly played with Bob Moses’ band and featured in his last album Nishoma (with Abbey Lincoln, Steve Kuhn, Chris Wood, Jaqcues Schwarz-Bart). At present he resides in Sofia, where he plays an instrumental role in building a scene for improvising groups, working with musicians, dancers and actors experimenting with free improvisational techniques.
George Donchev studies bass in the Bulgarian Conservatory, Berklee College, and Jungle School of Music in Dominica. His career brings him to Asia, the Americas and Europe, playing with musicians like Ennio Morricone, Nigel Kennedy, Bob Moses, Hal Crook. He composes music for the cinema and theater.
Alexander Daniel is born 1982, in a family of painters. Plays piano from an early age. At 14 gets his first drum set. In 1999 is accepted in the Bulgarian Conservatory with pop and jazz drums. He creats music for theater, and takes part in musical and theatrical performances.
Todor Stoyanov is born 1978. Plays keyboards, works as composer and producer, while his main interest is in contemporary experimental and avangarde music.