19:00 May 06 Arts printing house (Black hall)


Ivo Dimchev (Bulgaria)

A music album presentation with unpretentious choreography


Text and music: Ivo Dimchev

Music production: Georgy Linev, Ivo Dimchev and others

Choreographer: Ivo Dimchev

Performed by: Ivo Dimchev, Jaskaran Singh Anand, Jordan des Champs, Helena Araujo, Pauline Stöhr

Production : Humarts Foundation (Sofia – BF)

Distribution: Something Great (Berlin – DE)

Premiere: 2017

Duration: 70′


Choreographer, artist, vocalist, songwriter, performer, provocateur… This time Ivo Dimchev offers a completely new format. The musical group performance Sculptures is also the title of his newest album, and the songs are the backbone of this unique performance, standing on the border between a pop concert and a contemporary dance performance.

I’m bored of singing behind a microphone, though I like it,

I love the restriction of it …

I like the oppression of it, but it’s time to revisit the Madonna format.

She failed in it… I saw it at Madison Square Garden… she overloaded it.

We’ll do less, more quiet, more kind to the eyes… more loving.

(Ivo Dimchev)

Ivo Dimchev (1976) is a choreographer and performer from Bulgaria, known internationally for his provocative and often controversial works of performance art. His work is an extreme and colourful mixture of performance art, dance, theatre, music, drawings and photography. Dimchev is an author of more than 30 performances. He has received numerous international awards for dance and theatre and has presented his works across Europe, South America and North America. Alongside his work as a choreographer, Ivo is also an extraordinary singer and songwriter. He has recently released his two first music albums. The first “Songs from my shows – LIVE” and the second “Sculptures”. Since then he has been touring with his music concerts across the globe.