The virtuoso Bulgarian jazz pianist with a successful international career Asparuh Boilov will make his debut in Bulgaria. The young musician chose Veliko Tarnovo to present himself to the Bulgarian audience with a solo instrumental concert.
The ninth edition of the Autumn Festival, that was inspired by the European Night of Museums initiative, which has become a tradition for Veliko Tarnovo, will be held from September 20th to September 23rd. The festival blends antique crafts and modern art, offering visitors a variety of activities, many positive emotions, and a rich musical and accompanying program.
“Kikimora” and the orchestra of the Burgas Opera will play the biggest rock hits of the 20th century in Veliko Tarnovo. On July 18, 2019 in the Summer Theatre of Veliko Tarnovo the biggest rock hits of the twentieth century will come to life. Nikolo Kotsev with his band “Kikimora” and the Symphony Orchestra of the State Opera – Burgas will prove that rock is alive in their project “They Say Rock Is Dead”.
A unique concert will delight fans of classical music in Bulgaria this autumn. For the first time in Bulgaria, after its spectacular success in Germany, a project of this scale will be realized. The organizers ensure an exceptional experience for the audience in Sofia, Plovdiv, Varna and Veliko Tarnovo. The “8 Grand Pianos Concert” is one of the closing events in the Plovdiv 2019 program. 8 pianos, 16 pianists and 32 hands will perform 4 concerts on the territory of Bulgaria – in Veliko Tarnovo, Plovdiv, Sofia and Varna. The pianists come from different countries – Germany, Italy, Russia, Canada, Korea, Japan, Slovakia, the Philippines and Bulgaria of course.