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The Representative Ensemble of the Bulgarian Armed Forces (Bulgarian: Представителски ансамбъл на Българската арми) is a Bulgarian military choir which is subordinated to the National Guards Unit of Bulgaria. It is currently made up of 23 professional singers. It was founded in 1944 by Dragan Prokopiev as the Ensemble of the Bulgarian People's Army. At the time, the choir recruited some the most famous Bulgarian singers such as and . In 1962, a Pop Music ensemble was founded at the Theatre of the People's Army in Sofia, and was incorporated into the Song and Dance ensemble in 1977.

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  • The Representative Ensemble of the Bulgarian Armed Forces (Bulgarian: Представителски ансамбъл на Българската арми) is a Bulgarian military choir which is subordinated to the National Guards Unit of Bulgaria. It is currently made up of 23 professional singers. It was founded in 1944 by Dragan Prokopiev as the Ensemble of the Bulgarian People's Army. At the time, the choir recruited some the most famous Bulgarian singers such as and . In 1962, a Pop Music ensemble was founded at the Theatre of the People's Army in Sofia, and was incorporated into the Song and Dance ensemble in 1977.
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  • The Representative Ensemble of the Bulgarian Armed Forces (Bulgarian: Представителски ансамбъл на Българската арми) is a Bulgarian military choir which is subordinated to the National Guards Unit of Bulgaria. It is currently made up of 23 professional singers. It was founded in 1944 by Dragan Prokopiev as the Ensemble of the Bulgarian People's Army. At the time, the choir recruited some the most famous Bulgarian singers such as and . In 1962, a Pop Music ensemble was founded at the Theatre of the People's Army in Sofia, and was incorporated into the Song and Dance ensemble in 1977. Since its creation, the ensemble has performed in Europe, Asia, South America and Africa, and has been praised everywhere for the quality of its performance. In the 2000s, the ensemble included two main quartets, Song Male Vocal Quartet and the Ladena Women's Folk Quartet. In 2009, it was renamed to the Representative Ensemble of the Armed Forces.
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