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SYMPHONIC CONCERT – Chopin – “Bulgaria” Hall -Sofia
March 15 @ 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Yordan Kamdzhalov conducts Chopin for the first time in Sofia. Here are his words about what is to come on March 15 in the “Bulgaria” Hall:
“I have no words for Chopin! It is ultra musical, ultra sensitive, ultra innovative in melody, ultra innovative in harmony, in rhythm. A man deeply rooted in the traditions of Poland, who plunges into vast, unsuspected, hitherto unexplored forests of human sensitivity. To be able to take the step from folklore to the cosmopolitan, to the cosmic and the absolute beauty, is a specific quality of the soul. He is precisely this naked soul that nearly two centuries ago revealed new corners of human sensitivity. For me it is an abyss of superluminosity, an abyss of supervirtuosity, a distressing and powerful string. I am on my knees before Chopin! This is deeply my music! Absolute beauty and absolute hell at the same time. I can’t wait for this Chopin! I invite everyone to this Chopin!”. Ludmil Angelov and the Pleven Philharmonic
Tickets for the concert – https://bit.ly/3ICg2wV at the box office of the “Bulgaria” hall and Ticket Center National Palace of Culture.
Pleven Philharmonic Orchestra invites you to the “SOLOISTS” concert, part of the jubilee season 2022/2023
Soloist orchestra “Studio Primo” with concertmaster Chavdar Valkov – current concertmaster of the Pleven Philharmonic, unites its creative energy with the outstanding Lyudmil Angelov and Yordan Kamdzhalov on March 15th (Wednesday), at 7 p.m., in the temple of music “Bulgaria” Hall. Sofia.
“THE SOLOISTS” concert: “Studio Primo” soloist orchestra consisting of 17 like-minded members (12 violins, 4 cellos and 1 double bass), scattered around the world, possessed by the idea of meeting again after 20 years, performed this concert in the city of their founding, Pleven recently, supported by the Pleven Philharmonic. In the year 2023, on March 15, again in the poster of the anniversary season of the Pleven Philharmonic, they will stand side by side, this time on the same stage with pianist Lyudmil Angelov, who will perform Chopin’s Piano Concerto No. 2 under the conductor’s baton of maestro Yordan Kamdzhalov.
A program of works by Chopin, Mendelssohn, Dvořák, Piazzolla, Marquez and others will be presented.
The orchestrations are the work of the wonderful arranger Plamen Prodanov.