PCHELA is happy to announce a joint project with the Bulgarian master musician Ludmil Krumov. Ludmil’s arrangement of the popular Bulgarian folk dance melody “Krivo Sadovsko Horo”, co-produced by the Bulgarian Education and Culture Society Pchela in Los Angeles has been released online on May 1st, 2021 on BandCamp, CD Baby, iTunes, Spotify, YouTube, Apple Music, Amazon, Deezer, Pandora and other online platforms.
The performance features a team of wonderful musicians: Peyo Peev – gadulka, Zhivko Vasilev – kaval, Moni Simeonov – violin, George Dumitriu – violа, Irina Chirkova – chello, Yussif Barakat – contrabass, Irma Kort – oboe, Alex Simu – bass clarinet, Konstantin Iliev – clarinet, alto sax, tenor sax, baritone sax, Pavel Shcherbakov – trombone, Raya Hadzhieva – trumpet, Krasimir Kostadinov – french horn, Galin Nenov – beatboxing, Borislav Petrov – drums, Ludmil Krumov – tambura, electric guitars, electric and acoustic basses, programing, arranging, producing, Rich Mouser – mixing, Nate Wood – mastering.
Ludmil Krumov is a Bulgarian guitarist, tamburist, composer, and an educator, specializing in Contemporary Jazz, Bulgarian Folk Music and World Jazz. Regarded as one of the most talented Bulgarian guitarists of his generation, Ludmil performed with international jazz artists such as Branford Marsalis, Ralph Peterson Jr., Ryan Hanseler, David Berkman, Reggie Washington, Teodosii Spasov, to name a few. His website can be found at http://www.ludmilkrumov.com/