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Eugenia Georgieva
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London-based Bulgarian singer Eugenia Georgieva is best known for her vocal and stylistic versatility, with work ranging from rock and electronica to acapella folk.

Eugenia is a founding member of Bulgarian Perunika Trio and world fusion project YANTRA. She is currently directing Veda Slovena Bulgarian Choir based at University College London.

Eugenia has performed in the UK, Europe and Japan, and has toured as a lead singer with Transglobal Underground and Max Pashm Band. Her voice can be heard on numerous soundtracks (BBC drama The Virgin Queen - Ivor Novello Best TV Soundtrack 2007 winner, Skeletons - Edinbourgh International Film Festival 2010 winner).

"Eugenia Georgieva leads one of the more unlikely double-lives in contemporary music. As the founder of the London-based Perunika Trio, she specializes in crafting some of the most exquisite a cappella music you're likely to hear. (...) What results at times suggests the famed Bulgarian Women's Choir in a much more intimate, but equally moving, form. (...)

As for Georgieva's double-life, her MySpace identifies her as "Eugenie G" and cites her chief musical influences as Queen, George Michael, Tool and Bulgarian singing star Yanka Rupkina. Georgieva's - make that G's - solo work ranges from chill-out reveries and percolating dance-pop jams to otherworldly ballads..." George Varga, The San-Diego Union-Tribune, 2008

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London-based Bulgarian singer Eugenia Georgieva is best known for her vocal and stylistic versatility, with work ranging from rock and electronica to acapella folk.

Eugenia is a founding member of Bulgarian Perunika Trio and world fusion project YANTRA. She is currently directing Veda Slovena Bulgarian Choir based at University College London.

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