There is no other country that owns a huge percussion instrument on which musical works could be performed through the synchronized sound of bells. Nearly 40 years ago, a massive monument was built in the outskirts of Sofia, where a total of 107 different bells from all around the world were assembled on concrete benches. Among them, the oldest one is a bell from XI century, as well as a copy of a bell from the 4 th century BC. The project was part of the..
In 2018 we mark the 90 th birth anniversary of Professor Alexander Tanev – celebrated Bulgarian composer, public figure and person with interests in different spheres. Perhaps, a sentence from his autobiography describes Professor Tanev the best: “his euphoric nature combined logics, temper and public engagement” Alexander Tanev grew up in the town of Haskovo. Some of his pieces will sound in that town on March 21 during the first event marking his birth..
Bulgaria’s capital Sofia hosted a sitting of the Joint Parliamentary Scrutiny Group on the functioning of Europol. The event was part of the calendar of the Bulgarian Presidency of the Council of the European Union. Europol’s Executive Director Rob Wainwright, the Chairman of the Committee on Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs in the European Parliament Claude Moraes, the EU Commissioner for Digital Economy and Society Mariya Gabriel and the EU..
By a governmental decision of March20, 2008, Bulgaria officially recognized the independence of the Republic of Kosovo and established diplomatic relations at embassy level. Then foreign minister Ivaylo..
The international conference “Safe future of women -- safe future for all” has brought together for a discussion public officials and representatives of the non-governmental sector. It was held under the..