Two concerts dedicated to the Day of Bulgarian Education and Culture will be performed by the team of the Veliko Tarnovo Theater on the open stage in the Lapidarium of the Archaeological Museum in the old capital. On May 25th and May 27th, the audience will be able to enjoy the performances of soloists and musicians from the Music and Drama Theater “Konstantin Kisimov”, presented among the natural decor of statues and columns from the Roman era.
With the onset of September, we begin to dream of cooler weather and the colourful autumn. And with that comes the Night of the Samovodska Charshia and the Crafts Festival. This year the festival will be held from 18 to 23 September 2020. What is more, the edition is a special one – its the X-th anniversary edition.
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.