• Angelina


    The main aim of the album is to share with the listeners the pleasure of the music. Each song brings its own touch or colour to the kaleidoscopic picture, which reveals the musical atmosphere and temperament of the Bulgarian folklore. The variety of performances highlights the remarkable singing qualities of the 20 singers – a polyphonic instrument in the hands of their conductor and soloists – successors of ancient art of singing.

  • Legend


    'Legend' is a live double CD presenting the complete concert program of the Bulgarian Voices AngeliteHuun-Huur-Tu and Moscow Art Trio collaboration. Here the beauty of the program can be enjoyed in its entirety. This product of many years of work and collaboration is one of the highlights of the world music genre in concert.

  • The DVD presents the audience with miscellaneous insights into the activities of the choir. It includes a sampling of the current concert program (recorded in Iceland), a Belgian television production with three portraits, brief excerpts from concerts all over the world and a documentary on the Mountain Tale project. Passions and Tales presents a virtual journey in time through the choir’s past.

  • This series of initially four CDs provides us with new windows onto the music of our neighbours to the east. No mere rehashing of balalaika and other clichés, it tunes us into a wide range of temperaments and brings us closer to little-known musical cultures of the eastern world. Old melodies and new songs, all of them interpreted by outstanding musicians from the respective countries. A different mood prevails on each of the four CDs. Bulgaria stands for outstanding and unusual choral works. 

  • Balkan Passions is a collaboration album featuring artists like Okay Temiz, Sezen Aksu, Maria Farantouri, and Fanfare Ciocarlia. The music spans geographically over Greece, Romania, Serbia, Croatia, Albania, Macedonia,Turkey.  The CD stands to prove the richness and diversity of traditions of the Balkan peninsula.

  • Mystèries


    The album presents a musical  journey through time from the pre-Christian era to the 20th century. Throughout the album, the influences of different cultures over the Bulgarian people can be observed.

  • Journey


    In Scottish Edinburgh, the grandiose singer of the Moscow Art Trio, Sergey Starostin, made this impressive recording with four highly unusual female voices, using no instrumental accompaniment whatsoever. It is not an ordinary collection of songs. The album consists of just one composition, in which Russian and Bulgarian traditions are blended together in a surprising new way. Mikhail Alperin, the musical director, managed to  combine four folk-songs from both Russia and Bulgaria with different story lines into a whole. As a result, “Journey” is sound healing for overburdened, overworked minds – in other words, for almost all of us.

  • Mercy For The Living  is a homage and back to rootsexperience of the Bulgarian Voices Angelite to Christianorthodox music from the 10th to 20th century. The album comprises liturgical chants for women’s choir and male vocalist.

  • Bulgarian Voices – Angelite offers to the listener an excellent interpretation of Christmas songs. The variety of styles represented by the music in this release opens new prospects for creativity, thus, making different musical worlds meet far apart in time yet close to the spiritual makeup of contemporary man. 

  • Mountain Tale

    The CD marks the second collaboration of Angelite with Huun-Huur-Tu and Mikhail Alperin. The latter’s arrangements leads listeners on a journey of discovery through similarities and differences of Russian, Bulgarian and Tuvan folklore, culminating in the fusion presented on this CD.