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The Bulgarian folklore comes to life with the concert “To be called a Bulgarian”

Submitted on Wednesday, 28 January 2009No Comment
The Bulgarian folklore comes to life with the concert “To be called a Bulgarian”

Over 400 young performers of folklore songs and dances will entertain the public with a unique spectacle on February 4th 2009. The spectacle will begin at 19:30 PM in the Hall 1 of the National palace of culture.

The concert is under the slogan “To be called a Bulgarian” will bring the students of the Bulgarian folklore schools on one stage for the first time ever. The schools are: the National school for dancing arts – Sofia, the National school for folklore arts “Filip Kutev” – Kotel, the National school for folklore arts – Shiroka luka, the National school for arts “Panaiot Pipkov” – Pleven, the National music school “Liubomir Pipkov” – Sofia.

The event is under the patronage of the minister of culture prof. Stefan Danailov, and the organizer is the Presidential club “Bulgaria”.

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