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Bulgarians in Bratislava will celebrate March 3rd with Mozart

Submitted on Sunday, 1 March 2009No Comment
Bulgarians in Bratislava will celebrate March 3rd with Mozart

Bulgarians living in Bratislava, capital of Slovakia, will celebrate the National holiday of Bulgaria – March 3rd – on the eve of the event.

The Bulgarian embassy invited everyone in the community to come on Match 2nd in the popular hall “Mozart”, where the Youth symphony orchestra “Burgas” and the music and arts school “Prof. Pancho Vladigerov” will make a performance. The youngs will perform classical pieces from their rich repertoire, entertaining the guests with music from the likes of Mozart.

On March 3rd itself, the same program will entertain the Bulgarians living in Vienna. The exquisite baroque “Festzall” on the square “Karl Boromeus” will host official guests, diplomats, Bulgarians and friends of Bulgaria.

The event is organized by the association “Mondo Musica”, Vienna, with the assistance of the Bulgarian embassy and the Bulgarian cultural institute.

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