Sofia Philharmonic

    • Maestro Chaslin to conduct Sofia Philharmonic

      Maestro Chaslin to conduct Sofia Philharmonic

      On 7 March, one of the most beloved and popular conductors and composers, Frederic Chaslin, will be the guest star at Bulgaria Hall in Sofia. Under his baton, the Sofia Philharmonic Orchestra will present his Theme and Variations for Trombone and Orchestra on Symphony No. 3 by Gustav Mahler, Four Last Songs by Richard Strauss and Symphony No. 38 in D major (Prague) by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.

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    • Double dose of musical class at Bulgaria Hall

      Double dose of musical class at Bulgaria Hall

      On 25 February, pianist Sergei Redkin and conductor Sascha Goetzel are set to perform at Bulgaria Hall in Sofia. The evening's programme will include Piano Concerto No. 17 in G major by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and the chamber orchestra piece Sinfonietta Op. 23 by Alexander Zemlinsky. At the conductor's podium will be Sofia Philharmonic's principal guest conductor Sascha Goetzel.

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    • Grande dame of piano to play with Sofia Philharmonic

      Grande dame of piano to play with Sofia Philharmonic

      On 18 February, the Sofia Philharmonic will be sharing the stage at Bulgaria Hall with one of the grande dames of piano - Elisabeth Leonskaja. Under the conduction of Robert Farkas, the legendary pianist will perform Piano Concerto No. 3 by Bеla Bartоk. The second part of the evening will feature Symphony No. 39 by Mozart.

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    • Timeless story of love

      Timeless story of love

      On 14 February, Valentine's Day, Fortissimo Family and the Sofia Philharmonic will be transporting Verona to Sofia's Bulgaria Hall with a music celebration dedicated to love.

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    • Romantic summer with Sofia Philharmonic

      Romantic summer with Sofia Philharmonic

      The Sofia Philharmonic and the National Art Gallery are inviting music fans to a series of concerts at the atrium of the gallery's Square 500 building. The events will be held on Fridays, starting at 6.30pm, from 3 July until 7 August. This cultural space will echo with the sounds of masterpieces of chamber orchestra music performed by various groups of the Sofia Philharmonic.

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    • Sofia Philharmonic salutes Europe

      Sofia Philharmonic salutes Europe

      Some 93 orchestra players and choir singers with the Sofia Philharmonic participated in a performance of the Anthem of Europe, with each of them recording their part at home. Maestro Nayden Todorov, conductor and director of the orchestra, recorded his bit in front of Yoan Leviev’s monumental mural Man and Peace displayed in Hall 8 of the National Palace of Culture in Sofia – an artwork whose message relates to freedom, unity and all the other values bringing us together, especially in trying days like these.

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    • Sofia Philharmonic new season is opening

      Sofia Philharmonic new season is opening

      The new guest star, conductor Sascha Goetzel will open season 2019-2020 with Symphony No.1 by Gustav Mahler on 12 September at the Bulgaria Hall in Sofia. This symphony is a titanic work which ushered in a new stage in the development of symphonic music.

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    • Opera Fest in Bansko marks its 10th anniversary

      Opera Fest in Bansko marks its 10th anniversary

      The opera festival in Bansko will mark its 10th anniversary with an extensive programme targeting fans of classical music. The opening gala of the Opera Fest jubilee edition on 22 August, at 19:00 is trusted to Sofia Philharmonic and children’s music educational project Fortissimo Family which will stage “Vivaldi and the Little Otto”.

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    • Requiem by Verdi in Bulgaria Hall once again

      Requiem by Verdi in Bulgaria Hall once again

      On Holy Thursday, the Sofia Philharmonic traditionally presents one of the world's most moving pieces of music - Requiem by Verdi. On 25 April, the audience in Bulgaria Hall will have the pleasure of hearing the interpretation of Austrian conductor Friedrich Pfeiffer, who has earned European-wide acclaim with his versions of Verdi's works.

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