Georgieva, Eva

Eva Georgieva was born in 1925 in the Dobroudja region. This region was also the source of her repertoire of songs. She began studying singing in Sofia in he fall of 1944. She graduated from the Sofia Secondary Music School in the class of Prof. Georgi Zlatev-Cherkin. She took part as a soloist in the programme of Radio Sofia, as well as performing live throughout the country.

In 1952, together with the conductor Boris Petrov and six other folk singers, he became co-founder of the folk choir to the radio, later called La Mystère des Voix Bulgares. In 1973 she released a solo album entitled 'Eva Georgieva sings folk songs'.

Together with Stoyanka Boneva and Yanka Rupkina she formed the Trio Bulgarka in 1975. With the Trio Bulgarka, she provided vocal harmonies on Kate's albums The Sensual World and The Red Shoes.

She died on 18 April 2004.