Emil Dimitrov, one of the biggest Bulgarian pop singer - Art

Emil Dimitrov, one of the biggest Bulgarian pop singer - Art 

On 23 December 1940 in Pleven was born Emil Dimitrov, one of the biggest Bulgarian pop singers. Since little is fond of painting and classical music. As a student begins to write with his accordion and participate in various school plays.Received her first award in 1959 for his performance of "Hungarian Rhapsody" by Franz Liszt, and a year later was admitted to National Theatre Academy, majoring in Acting maystorsvo. On November 17, 1960 and is composed his first concert. With him on stage to express Koseva Maria, Liliana Kisiova, Vidin Daskalov and others.A week later, first sang the song "Harlequin" which in the summer of 1962 won in Poland. This is the first award given to the Bulgarian song so far. His first album - solo LP, released in 1965 which is taken very positively by the audience. Three years later concert in Moscow in front of 80 thousand people toured with Yordanka Christova in Cuba and moved to France, where he gives several concerts. In 1970 he released the song "My Party", which became very popular in Europe. It has been translated into French, German, Italian, Spanish and others. under the name "Monica." Two years later, the song "Julia" again conquers Europe, occupying frontal positions in the charts. In the same year he toured in France with Bogdana Karadocheva, orchestra and sisters Balkanton Kushlev. On his 40th birthday receives gold record for a particular contribution to popular music. The plaque was presented to the gala performance, which includes colleagues Vassil Naydenov, Margarita Hranova group and "Signal".

1999 Emil Dimitrov was not actively involved in music because of ill health after suffering a brain insult.1999 Emil Dimitrov was not actively involved in music because of ill health after a stroke. Thanks to my colleagues who collect money and organize Benefisen concert, he returned to the scene. It involved names like Yordanka Hristova, Lili Ivanova, Bogdana Karadocheva, Veselin Marinov, Dragomir Draganov, Boris Godzhunov, Christina and Michael Belchevi. On March 30, 2005 died at his home, leaving behind more than 30 albums, over 350 songs and 7000 concerts worldwide.

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