New Year's concerts of Sofia Philharmonic Orchestra

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We have been working with lots of dedication and we feel the love of the audience. This provides us withconfidence, good results and successful concerts. This is what Slavil Dimitrov, conductor of the "Svetoslav Obretenov" National Philharmonic Choir told us. Some months ago, on his initiative, Children's Philharmonic Choir was established and it had its debut in the days before Christmas.

It is rare for Bulgaria Hall to be so crowded, the conductorsays. "I am very glad that children received such support. The excitement of the audience also transferred to the children and the mood was very festive. We presented our favorite Christmas and winter songs, as well as popular ones.



Slavil Dimitrov will be behind the mixer this evening at the New Year's concert of the Sofia Philharmonic Orchestra. The event is part of the series, entitled "Outside the Stave."

Славил Димитров“The tickets for it were over almost immediately and so we decided to repeat it the next day,” the maestro says. “TheSvetoslav ObretenovNational Philharmonic Choir will also participate and soloist is Kamelia Todorova. We have prepared many of her hits that several generations love. The music was created by composers Alexander Brazitzov, ViliKazasyan and others. We have also included soul and jazz plays. Guests of the program are two well-known Bulgarian singers - jazz vocalist Vassil Petrov and OrlinGoranov, who is also a famous pop performer and opera artist. They will perform emblematic songs of their repertoire as well as duets with our jazz prima. Our surprise includes classical works we will perform along with the orchestra and people. That is how we would say farewell to 2017. At the end of each year I wish people good luck and health. I have to say that this year was very successful and full of wonderful projects. Probably 2018 will not be the same, but I have always hoped that theNew Yearwill be more successful, healthier and happier than the previous. The orchestra and choir of the Sofia Philharmonic have been working hard for our audience. I think we have been pleasing our fans with better concerts. I wish everyone good health! And I assure you we will continue to work for our audience.”




English: Alеxander Markov

Photos: sofiaphilharmonie.bg and BGNES

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