Cyprus to feature in Bulgaria EU Presidency’s ‘Music of Europe’ concert series on March 5

Works by Cypriot composer Solon Michaelides will be featured on March 5 2018 as part of the “Music of Europe” series at Bulgaria Hall, part of celebrations of Bulgaria’s holding of the rotating Presidency of the Council of the European Union.

“The Music of Europe” is a series of 28 concerts featuring the music of the 28 member states of the European Union. They will be performed by leading Bulgarian musicians, students from the National Academy of Music and musicians from the respective member states.

The concerts are taking place in the Bulgaria Hall, 1 Aksakov Street in Sofia, at 7pm every Monday from January to June 2018.

The March 5 performance of music by the composer from Cyprus will feature Alexander Ivanov – violin,
Sara Panosyan – violin, Elena Ganova – violin, Teodora Atanasova – violoncello, Martin Pavlov – flute, Ines Simeonova – piano, Hionati Gkina – soprano and Constantina Luchenko – soprano.

The first concert, on January 2, was dedicated to Estonia, the country which held the Presidency in the previous six months, and the last concert of the series is dedicated to Austria, the country which will take over the EU Presidency from Bulgaria.

Entrance is free for all concerts.



The Sofia Globe staff

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