‘I Maestri’: Korean choir to perform in Sofia on October 18 2018

Written by on October 14, 2017 in Leisure - Comments Off on ‘I Maestri’: Korean choir to perform in Sofia on October 18 2018

Sofia will have quite a few visitors from the Republic of Korea (South Korea) this coming week. They are 45 opera singers, who are part of the male voice orchestra ‘I Maestri’, and they will delight their audience in the Bulgarian capital.

According to the embassy of the Republic of Korea in Bulgaria, ‘I Maestri’ will deliver “the sound of unheard harmony” with its voices. From stunning tenors to the deepest bass, it is all covered.

‘I Maestri’ will perform folk songs from Korea and Russia, along with pieces by the late Bulgarian composer Pancho Vladigerov, and compositions by Antonín Dvořák, Carl Orff, Gioachino Rossini, Franz Schubert, Giacomo Puccini, Giuseppe Verdi, Georges Bizet, as well as Vangelis.

The Korean formation will be accompanied by Jayong Li on grand piano, and conducted by Jaemoo Yang.

Bella Voce, a Bulgarian female choir, at the fitfh Korean-Bulgarian Friendship Concert. It is sponsored by the embassy of the Republic of Korea in Bulgaria and the Bulgarian Ministry of Culture.

The ‘I Maestri’ voice orchestra was founded 11 years ago and has received an impressive collection of awards. It consists of 90 opera singers, half of whom are about to embark on a European tour.

On October 16th, they will hit the stage at the Romanian Atheneum in Bucharest, on October 18, they will be at Bulgaria Hall in Sofia, and on October 23 2017, a concert at Dvořák Hall in Prague.

‘I Maestri’ and Bella Voce, Sofia, Bulgaria Hall, October 18 2017, 7pm, entrance free.



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