Alexander Kirov Zografov

Nationality: Bulgarian

Alexander Kirov Zografov is a cosmopolitan conductor who lived and worked in Bulgaria, Canada, and Cyprus. He studied conducting at the Milton Barnes School in Toronto. In the early 1990s, he was employed in Cyprus for the Diastasis Cultural Association. He composed music for TV documentaries, films, and worked in the recording studio with many artists, including German jazz musician Fritz Brause.

Alexander Kirov Zografov conducted the Cypriot entry in the 1991 Eurovision Song Contest, S.O.S., performed by Elena Patroclou. This song, calling on the world to take better care of the ecological environment, was composed and arranged by Cypros Charalambous with lyrics by Andreas Christou and finished ninth.

In due course, a more extensive biography of Alexander Kirov Zografov will be published on this website


Songs conducted
1991: S.O.S.