Serge Bulat is a Moldovan-American music artist and producer, whose sound fuses electronic, contemporary classical, world, and experimental genres.

Bulat has been involved in both European and American art scenes, exploring in various mediums: from music and visuals to radio and theater productions. 

Artist's most notable works to date are "Queuelbum", the concept project that won an IMA award for Best Electronic Album Of The Year, and the audio/visual installations "Third World Walker",  presented at music & art festivals in more than 10 countries, including Milano Montagna Video Awards (Italy), Convergence (UK), nodoCCS (Spain), La Plata International Film Festival (Argentina), and Video Art Forum (Saudi Arabia).

Bulat received education in Moldova, attending Academy Of Music Theater and Fine Arts, and NYU Steinhardt in the USA. 

The artist' s works were included in conferences and symposiums such as Convergence, UK (International Conference of Music, Technology & Ideas, organized by De Montfort and hosted by the MTI2 —Institute for Sonic Creativity); JAE: Electronic Art Days 2018, Argentina (organized by the Argentine Ministry of Science, Technology and Productive Innovation); Audio Mostly, UK (A Conference On Interaction With Sound, Nottingham University); and VU 3, USA (Symposium for Experimental, Electronic and Improvised Music).

Bulat's artistic approach is often perceived as a meditation on arts, philosophy, science, and society; and explores such diverse subjects as creativity, technology, reality, culture, and identity. Frequent collaborators include multi-discipline artists Michael Rdshir and Abraham Sprinkle. 

Artist's work is described as "the new sound in the realm of electronic music" (Facts & Arts, France), "truly innovative" (Amazing Radio, UK) and "an ambitious project that can trigger intellectual thought" (The Deli Magazine, USA). 

Bulat is honored with Best Dance/Electronica Album (IMA), Best Single Of The Year (Amazing Radio; Symphonic), and Best Artist (The Deli Magazine). In radio broadcasting, he is awarded a VIP Award for Best Radio Station (as program and creative director of Radio 21/Virgin Romania).

Serge Bulat's latest album "Wurmenai"  was preceded by two releases: "Yehy Vaya" - a collaboration with Mordovian folk band OYME (Deep Forest) sung in the language of Erzya; and "Kalah Folklore" - a song in Argentinian Spanish, featuring vocalist Miriam García (Chancha Vía Circuito), based on the traditional Andean coplas. 

The first single honored the UN proclaimed International Year Of Indigenous Languages, and the second one marked the 100 years since the birth of Leda Valladares. The album's collaboration list also includes Rumbo Tumba, Nino Errera, Pavel Vit and features a fusion of genres, cultures, and creative technics. 

"Wurmenai" became another concept project for Bulat, billed as an album in the video game format. Exclusively designed to interact with sound, Wurroom consists entirely of songs from the new record. The game, developed in partnership with Michael Rfdshir is currenty available on Nintendo Switch, Steam, and PS Vita.

Bulat's next multimedia piece "Inkblot" has launched at VU 3 in Park City, Utah, along with the radio appearance on CKCU FM 93.1's "Acoustic Frontiers." The project is currently screened at selected events. 

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