The exotic rhythms of Bulgarian music are combined with improvisations of jazz through the piano and keyboard playing of Milcho Leviev. An associate of Don Ellis’ music group in the 1970s and a well-traveled sideman for Billy Cobham, Artwork Pepper and Al Jarreau and head of jazz-rock music group, Free Air travel, in the 1980s, Leviev provides continued along with his cross-cultural musical tests.. Furthermore to leading his very own trio, offering bassist Jamie Faust and drummer Dick Weller, Leviev provides performed using the Leviev-Slon Quartet, offering drummer Claudio Slon, bassist Tag Simon and percussionist Cassio Duarte, and, the Jamie Faust Trio. A graduate from the Bulgarian Condition Music Academy, Leviev proved helpful as pianist and movie director from the Bulgarian Radio and Tv Big Music group in the middle-1960s. Briefly relocating to Germany, he caused Albert Mangelsdorff. On the urging of trumpet participant and bandleader Don Ellis, Leviev emigrated to america in 1971. For another years, he was a seminal person in Ellis’ huge orchestra. Departing Ellis in 1977, Leviev used an array of jazz and fusion music artists. Forming Free Air travel in 1980, he spent 3 years exploring the options of fusing jazz and rock and roll influences.