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“Apolonia” begins in Sozopol

Submitted on Friday, 28 August 2009No Comment
“Apolonia” begins in Sozopol

Tomorrow marks the beginning of the art festival “Apolonia”, which will continue until September 6th.

This was announced by the organizers from the foundation “Apolonia”. This year also marks the 25th anniversary of the festival. To commemorate the event, organizers have prepared a high-quality schedule. It includes Bulgarian musicians, artists, writers and actors of international fame, as well as the best theatrical companies, orchestras and bands.

Talented foreign performers have also been invited. Over seventy cultural events will take place over the course of the festival.

The official opening will be at 20:30 in the Amphitheater “Apolonia”, with a concert by the Sofia philharmonic orchestra. The orchestra conductor is Grigor Palikarov, and the soloists – Gabriela Georgieva (soprano) and Ventsislav Anastasov (baritone). The schedule includes popular operas and orchestra overtures.

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