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Because music means a lot!

Recently, the 8th official birthday concert of radio JAZZ FM Bulgaria was celebrated at the National Palace of Culture in Sofia with a Bösendorfer 290 Imperial onstage.

Provided by Kirov High-End – the official Bösendorfer distributor for Bulgaria,
the most exclusive concert grand piano - Bösendorfer Imperial 290, was among the highlights of the superb birthday celebration of Bulgaria's popular radio station.

What a wonderful night for JAZZ FM

What a wonderful night for JAZZ FM

Happy birthday!

All famous Bulgarian jazz singers – Kamelia Todorova, Vasil Petrov, Maria Ilieva, Hilda Kazasian, Petar Salchev and pianist Angel Zaberski - performed for JAZZ FM in Hall No. 1 - the biggest stage in Sofia's National Palace of Culture. The guests in Hall No. 1 were overflowing with excitement by their enthusiastic music. The concert repertoire included songs by jazz titans such as Ella Fitzgerald, Frank Sinatra, Luis Armstrong, Billy Holiday, Sara Von, Nina Simone – songs still popular and loved today.

The National Palace of Culture in Sofia

The National Palace of Culture in Sofia

Jazz, soul, R&B, funk and world music

JAZZ FM started broadcasting in 2001 and is the only radio station in Bulgaria for jazz, soul, R&B, funk and world music. Under the slogan: "Because music means a lot," the program brings favorite hits and new music. Jazz FM broadcasts on 104 MHz in Sofia, on the internet, on satellite and via cable networks.

JAZZ FM, together with Cantus Firmus, is the organizer of the Sofia Jazz Peak Festival held twice a year. World-famous musicians such as Al Jarreau, George Benson, Marcus Miller, DePhazz, Earth, Wind & Fire, Maceo Parker, Michel Legrand, Incognito, Mezzoforte, Level 42, Spyro Gyra and many more have been presented live to audiences in Bulgaria.

(Photo credits: Kirov, JAZZ FM)

See the Bösendorfer Imperial among Bulgaria's great jazz artists.