📣 We return with a “REAL” Live after deadlock❗️

📅 July12th – Doors open at 20:00 – Concert (Approx) 21:00
📌 Barcelona – Pati d’Armes Castell de Montjuïc
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Thanks to the effort of the Association of Concert Halls of Catalonia, ASACC and its Curtcircuit project, and Barcelona Cultura, live music returns to the city of Barcelona (Sala Barcelona) to boost the culture sector, stopped for more than 3 months, offering us this great opportunity to bring BGKO music to 400 people in an incomparable location of our city.

💰 Part of the income obtained will be used to alleviate the serious problems generated in the small capacity venues of the city, which are the basic web and the most fragile, because we do not want any venue to close permanently due to the health crisis.

🎶 Let the music continue!

“Marijo deli bela Kumrijo”

“Marijo deli bela Kumrijo”, a jewel of Balkan music comes to us as a taste of the new album scheduled for September 2020.

This traditional Serbian song, from Kosovo, from the Gora region and written in Torlak dialect, conveys the sorrow of the protagonist for the remoteness of the beloved.

French filmmaker Ulysse Paya, who we are very thankful for his endless creativity, renews the vision of this concept in this visual piece of art.

“Kalejaca Jaca”

A new era begins for BGKOwith renewed energies and great enthusiasm, for which we are fortunate to have the freshness and drive of a good friend and singer as first collaboration in this new adventure… Margherita Abita (Italy, Sicily)

We choose a great shiny Čoček to reflect this spirit: “Kalejaca Jaca”, a very cheerful and danceable rumba from Macedonia that constitutes our tribute to Esma Redžepova, “Queen of Gipsy Music”, as you can appreciate in our brand new video recorded in Barcelona by french filmmaker Ulysse Paya.

 “Selma” – Božo Vrećo Feat. Barcelona Gipsy balKan Orchestra

🔍 BGKO explores its creativity contributing with arrangements to a song with music and lyrics by Bosnian singer and songwriter Božo Vrećo, a great performer of traditional Sevdah music and a breaker of molds and stereotypes in the Balkan society.
🎬 A love story explained by French filmmaker Ulysse Paya, our dreammaker, who we are very thankful for ❤️ and to all those making it possible.


NEW ERA begins! … ITALY, we are coming very soon!!!  It is time to announce our first International Tour in 2020BGKO family feels stronger than ever and eager to share with you new repertoire and presenting our new singer!


📆 18/02  📌  Torino – Hiroshima Mon Amour   🎫 TICKETS

📆 19/02  📌  Pisa – Lumiere Pisa  🎫 TICKETS

📆 20/02  📌  Modena – Teatro Comunale Pavarotti   🎫 TICKETS

📆 21/02 & 22/02  📌  Palermo – Real Teatro Santa Cecilia (2 Passes each day: 19:00 & 21:30)  🎫 TICKETS

📆 23/02  📌  Mestre (Venezia) – Centro Culturale Candiani   🎫 SOLD OUT

📆 25/02  📌  Trieste – Teatro Miela 🎫 CANCELLED

📆 26/02  📌  Milano – Serraglio  🎫  CANCELLED

“Čekurjankino Horo” / “Chekuryankino Horo”

Last gift for our fans in 2019 is a new BGKO instrumental jewel that has everything we love in a traditional Bulgarian tune. It’s the perfect balance between trance and dance, thanks to its 7 beat rhythm, the minor and major interplay, the riffs and the tempo evolution. An explosive cocktail of Balkan melodies! Recorded by

“Hora Lui Vishan”

BGKO instrumental strength is alive, as you can appreciate in this arrangement made on this powerful piece we discovered from romanian accordion player Marcel Budală.  Recorded by

“Live in Apolo 2019 – Sandra Sangiao Farewell Concert”

Concert that was Live Streamed in our YouTube channel on October 30, 2019 from the mythical Sala Apolo in Barcelona.

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