The Bulgarian Presidency of the Council of EU will be marked in Brussels with a concert at the BOZAR Center for Fine Arts on 1 February starting at 8 PM. The program features emblematic works from both Bulgarian classical music and folklore as well as from the European music heritage. They will be performed by the Sofia Philharmonic with conductor Nayden Todorov, Vanya Moneva choir with conductor Vanya Moneva and also by guest stars Sonya Yoncheva and Ludmil Angelov. BOZAR Centre for Fine Arts is the most prestigious space for art in Brussels. It was founded after World War I and spreads on an area of 33,000 sq. m. Its concert hall seats 2200 and is the home of the National Orchestra of Belgium.
For thirty years now, the Bulgarian Culture Institute (BCI) in Moscow has been carrying out its mission for promoting the Bulgarian cultural achievements in Russia. The institute was founded in 1988 when on 19 January the government of the two..
Not long ago we marked 140 years since the birth of Peyo Yavorov, one of Bulgaria’s best loved poets. His dramatic fate has always been at the focus of public attention; for the lovers of literature and most of all of poetry, his life is a constant..
The Bulgarian government has allocated 300,000 euros to renovate and expand the Bulgarian Cultural Institute in Budapest, Hungary. The Bulgarian Home of Culture in the Hungarian capital city opened in 1957 and was built with donations of families..