Waters of March /2017/


‘I was born with a silver spoon in my mouth in a family of musicians. The year was 1970 and the day in March — warm and sunny, making me an Aries. I first used to live in Denkoglou Street — in the heart of central Sofia — in a house full of music, guests coming and going all the time, and mouth-watering smells wafting through the air. My childhood continued in one of Sofia’s most romantic tiny little streets called Elin Pelin where my grandmother’s house was. Mornings would start with a bunch of brightly shining sunrays, the fragrance of blooming linden trees, the sounds make by amorous doves, and the smell of warm milk with a touch of rosehip marmalade. This is when I first started singing. The first song I ever performed in front of a microphone (I was about 5 years-old) told the story of a bunny with a thorn in its paw — I still feel sorry for the poor thing! Singing was so much more fun than the endless painful hours learning to play the piano. My parents always listened to music — Frank Sinatra, Louis Armstrong, Ella Fitzgerald…  read more


Hilda Kazasyan and the Big Band of the Bulgarian National Radio (BNR)

On 4 October, at the Bulgaria Hall, we will open the new music season of the BNR Big Band — an orchestra I have so ...
Read More

With Villy’s Music in Burgas

I have the pleasure to invite you to a concert that is greatly important to me with the wonderful music of my father — Villy ...
Read More






  • Please enter your name.
  • Please enter a message.
  • Incorrect reCaptcha. Please enter reCaptcha challenge.
  • Cannot send mail, an error occurred while delivering this message. Please try again later.
  • Your message was sent successfully. Thanks!
Hilda Kazasyan 2017 © All rights reserved
Web design by Studio Dreamtime