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Cameralia classical music festival to present a boutique concert series

Exactly one week after the opening of the Piano Extravaganza festival, the artistic director of the forum invites fan of classical music to another interesting concert series. “Cameralia” - another festival created by Bulgaria’s famous pianist Ludmil Angelov, presenting classical chamber ensembles with a strong interest in combining different musical crossover styles.

The third edition of Cameralia Festival will start on October 9 with a concert by the women's Ãtma Quartet in the chamber hall "Bulgaria". The event is organized with the support of the Polish Institute in Sofia.

Ãtma Quartet

The young performers have been playing together for five years with an active concert life, they participate in various projects and have released a CD with works by Polish composers.

As last year, due to the restrictions around Covid-19, the concerts in the program me of Cameralia are fewer. On October 28, in Art Hall Oborishte 5, jazz musicians Mario Stanchev - piano and Christophe Lincontang - double bass will perform in a concert. They will present Stantchev Soul Songs - an author's project of the Bulgarian musicians who has lived in France for decades.


The same venue will also see the last concert of Cameralia – of clarinetist Darko Brlek (Slovenia) and Ludmil Angelov, with works by Schumann and Brahms. The event is on October 30 and is organized in partnership with the Embassy of the Republic of Slovenia and marks the 30th anniversary of Slovenia's independence.


Photos: cameralia.com and library

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