02 march 2021 "Chardash, Wine and Love" Creates A Mood on Tuesday On March 2, at 7 pm, masterpieces of opera and operetta classics will be performed in the hall of the Burgas Opera

The evening of the second of March will color with different shades of mood those present at the concert "Chardash, Wine and Love" in the Opera Hall.
The concert performance has deliberately combined in its title concepts that make a reference to the pleasures of life, so necessary, especially in times of crisis. And art is even more necessary and irreplaceable in difficult times, measurable by almost a year, which marked our workday with a greater dose of fear than is permissible to maintain the balance of emotions and a healthy level of good mood. And "Chardash, Wine and Love", a project realized on the idea of ​​the soloist of the Burgas Opera Lyudmila Mihaylova, aims to be an antidote to inertia, heartlessness, and despair. Even in unusual times, everyone should find a niche for contact with art, which is an essential element of a meaningful and full existence.
The concert of the soloists from the Burgas State Opera Lyudmila Mihailova - soprano, Yordan Hristozov - baritone, and Diman Panchev - bass is aimed at a wide audience and will be welcomed by people of different ages. The beautiful musical motifs from famous works by Rossini, Verdi, Puccini, Strauss, Lehar, Kalman, Hrennikov and Mussorgsky will be presented with an emotional charge that will electrify the stage of the Opera, and the temperamental dances characteristic of operetta will excite the audience and will charge with the charming combination of chardash and love. The two young and talented pianists Daria Krasteva and Nina Reichel will be at the piano in the Opera Hall.
Lyudmila Mihailova is the winner of the award for Active Creative Activity - Musician of the Year for 2016 at the Bulgarian National Radio. She and her stage partners - Yordan Hristozov and Diman Panchev are longtime soloists of the State Opera - Burgas, performing a central repertoire and winners of numerous awards and distinctions.
"Chardash, Wine and Love" is a project in which lovers of classical music will hear some of the most famous opera arias and operetta ensembles. With a lot of dancing and mood, we hope that the audience will experience with us an exceptional evening that will charge people with a lot of love and hope, and drive away from the apathy that was accumulating in our hearts during the pandemic. We are all looking forward to the return of the time when we felt free. I hope that our concert will cause a lot of mood and smiles, and even make us fly for a while ", says Lyudmila Mihaylova.

The rich and varied program will include:

An aria by Don Basilio from the opera The Barber of Seville by Gioachino Rossini, an aria by Tosca from the opera Tosca by Giacomo Puccini, an aria by Tassilo, a duet by Maritza and Juan and a trio from the operetta Countess Maritza by Imre Kalman, Aria by Silva and Duet by Silva and Edwin, Duet by Bonnie and Stasi and Verses from the operetta "The Queen of the Czardas" - also by Kalman, "Song of the Flea" by Modest Mussorgsky, Aria by Adela from the operetta "The Bat" 'by Johann Strauss - son, Aria of Danilo and Duet of Anna and Danilo from the operetta "The Merry Widow" by Franz Lehar, Aria of Laureta from the opera "Gianni Schicchi" by Giacomo Puccini, "Song of the Drunk" by Tikhon Hrennikov. A bravura finale of the concert performance will be the famous "Toast" from the opera "La Traviata" by Giuseppe Verdi.

Tickets for the event can be purchased at the box office of the Opera, the Clock box office / in front of the Bulgaria Hotel /, in the Grabo and Eventim networks, as well as in the links to the events in the program: https://operabourgas.com/en/programme  in the official website of the State Opera - Burgas.

According to the requirements of the Ministry of Health, those present at the concert must wear protective masks, and all necessary anti-epidemic measures will be taken in the hall. The admissible capacity of presence in the hall is 30%.

For the soloists:

Liudmila Mihaylova, soprano:

He graduated from the High School of Music / currently NUMSI "Prof. Pancho Vladigerov" / in Burgas in the cello class of Jasmina Cherneva. Awarded a gold medal for success in education. He studied composition with Rositsa Toncheva and classical singing with Naiden Borodzhiev. He has received numerous awards and distinctions at national competitions for cellists in Provadia, Kyustendil, and Burgas, and national and international competitions for composers, including the Special Award for Composition at the World Festival "To Round The World With Hearts" - Tokyo, Japan 1987 Under the direction of Rositsa Toncheva performs concerts with her compositions in the country. Winner of the national competition in Provadia for composers in 1988, participated in the International Festival of New Music - "Do - Re - Mi" in 1987 with his compositions, as well as in the Third International Assembly "Flag of of Peace '' - Sofia.
In 1990 he entered the Music Academy in Sofia, where he studied cello with Prof. Zdravko Yordanov, classical singing with Assoc. Prof. Sili Bratchkova, and composition with Prof. Alexander Raichev. He graduated in 1995 with a degree in cello at the Faculty of Instrumentation and classical singing at the Faculty of Vocal. Her state exam is on the stage of the Burgas Opera with the role of Gilda in the opera "Rigoletto" by Verdi under the baton of her teacher from the Academy of Music, Prof. Ivan Vulope. Due to the huge success of the performance, the management of the opera offered her a contract as a full-time soloist, since 1995 she has been a soloist at the Burgas State Opera. Over the years she has sung many central soprano parts in operas, operettas, cantata and oratorio works, children 's performances and musicals. Her repertoire includes Gilda from Op. Verdi's Rigoletto, Queen of the Night by Op. "The Magic Flute" by Mozart, Lucia from Op. "Lucia di Lammermoor" by Donizetti, Violetta from Op. "La Traviata" by Verdi, Rosina from Op. Rossini's The Barber of Seville, Micaela by Op. "Carmen" by Bizet, Naneta from op. "Falstaff" by Verdi, Donna Anna from op. "Don Juan" by Mozart, Constanta from Op. '' Abduction from the barn '', Tatiana from op. "Evgeni Onegin" by Tchaikovsky, Fiordeligi from Op. "So Do All" by Mozart, Pamina from Op. "The Magic Flute" by Mozart, Mimi from Op. Puccini's Bohemia, Zerlina by Mozart's Don Juan, Puccini's Bohemian Museums, Susanna by Mozart's The Marriage of Figaro, Anna by Verdi's Nabucco and others. From the operetta repertoire: Elena from Offenbach's "Beautiful Elena", Arsena from Strauss's "Gypsy Baron", Rosalinda from Strauss's "Bat", Valenciennes from Lehar's "The Merry Widow", Stasi from "The Queen of Chardasha" by Kalman, Mania from "Countess Maritsa" by Lehar, Lila from "Bulgarians of old" by Karastoyanov and others. Musicals: Katie from "Charlie's Aunt" by Feltzman, Anichka from "Sluzhbogontsi" by Parashkev Hadjiev, Shiykova from "Sluzhbogontsi" by Parashkev Hadjiev, Bonka from "The Four Twins" by Georgi Kostov, Becky from "American Weekend" by Alexander Yosifov, Alice from "Alice in Wonderland" by Alexander Yosifov, Snow White from "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs" by Atanas Kosev; and oratorio-cantata works: '' Coronation Mass '' by Mozart, '' Requiem '' by Mozart, '' German Requiem '' by Brahms, '' Carmina Burana '' by Carl Orff, '' Stabat Mater '' by Pergolesi , "Magnificat" by Bach, "Gloria" by Vivaldi.
She specialized in vocal skills with Alexandrina Milcheva and Fyodora Barbieri. He twice received the award for best performance as an opera singer at the International Tyrolean Singing Academy in Austria (1997-1998). She has toured in Spain, France, Austria, Germany, Switzerland and the Netherlands. She organizes and realizes concert projects with singers and a small orchestra, and she herself participates as a vocal performer and cello - solo. He makes transcriptions for various musical formations of famous works, which he includes in his concerts. He is the winner of the Award for active creative activity of the Bulgarian National Radio for 2016.
Recordings and TV appearances:
In 1992 he recorded CD "Metamorphoses" - for 12 cellos - salts by Lazar Nikolov together with his professor Zdravko Yordanov.
In 1996 he recorded for BNT "German Requiem" - Brahms - solo soprano, conductor Georgi Dimitrov; with the participation of the Plovdiv Philharmonic Orchestra and Choir "Svetoslav Obretenov" - Sofia.
In the role of Donna Anna from the opera Don Juan 2003 - the premiere of OFD Burgas - broadcast by TV "7 Days".
In the role of Fiordiligi - from the opera "So do all" - Mozart in 2005 - the premiere of OFD Burgas - broadcast by regional television RN-Channel 0 - Burgas.
In 2015 she recorded an advertising film based on her idea for the promotion of cultural tourism in Bulgaria and the old churches, together with the Municipality of Nessebar: "Faith in Nessebar", where she tells about them and performs Tosca's aria from Puccini's opera of the same name. The film has been translated into 5 languages ​​and distributed by tour operators outside Bulgaria. The idea is to unite some of the churches in a cultural and tourist route called "Spiritual Way".

Yordan Hristozov, baritone:

Yordan Hristozov's debut was in 1998 when he participated in joint tours of the Danube Opera - Ruse and Euro Stage - Amsterdam. The baritone continues to develop his talent on tours of OFD - Pleven, and then as a soloist of OFD - Ruse. Soloist of the State Opera - Burgas since 2009. His repertoire includes baritone parts from the operas "Madame Butterfly", "The Barber of Seville", "La Traviata", "Bohemia", "Carmen", "The Magic Flute", the musical "Sluzhbogontsi". the operettas "Countess Maritsa", "Gypsy Baron", "Charlie's Aunt" and others.

Diman Panchev, bass:

He graduated from the National Academy of Music "Prof. Pancho Vladigerov ”in 1991, in the class of associate professor Kosntantsa Vachkova. As a student, he sang on the stage of the Sliven Opera House, in the role of Osmin in Mozart's "Abduction from the Shed" - with conductor Vladimir Kiradzhiev and director Vanya Bachvarova. In 1991 he sang at the Sofia National Opera in the role of Zarastro in Mozart's opera The Magic Flute. At the National Opera he sang under the baton of Ivan Marionov, Ruslan Raichev, Boris Hinchev, Mihail Angelov, Metodi Matakiev. He also made his debut as Colin in Puccini's Bohemia, played Basilio in The Barber of Seville, Rossini, Abimelech in Camille Saint-Saëns' Samson, and Delilah, and Tom and Samuel in Verdi's Masked Ball. Ramphis in Verdi's Aida. Participated in Mozart's Requiem. He was on tour with the Sofia Opera in Spain - with Valeri Popova and Darina Takova - in "Prince Igor" / 1999 /, as Galitsky - opera on the square, and as Tsuniga in "Carmen". He was a guest at the May Opera Festival at the Skopje Opera as Zakaria in Verdi's Nabucco. With the Plovdiv Opera he was on tour with Stoyan Popov in Spain in the period 1992 - 1995 - in the roles of Zakaria in "Nabucco" by Verdi. At the Plovdiv Opera he sang under the conductor Borislav Ivanov. Kanen was a soloist in the period 1993-1999 in the Philharmonic of Munich, Germany, in Perugia, Italy, Ossiach Austria - with Nikolai Geda / 1995 / in Santander, Spain, participated in the concert performance of "Canto General ”With Mikis Theodorakis in Munich, with the Bavarian Radio Choir and Orchestra, in a concert with Francisco Araisa with the Munich Philharmonic. Diman Panchev has more than 500 participants in festivals for sacred music in Perugia, Ravenna, with chamber ensembles: "Philippopolis" - Plovdiv, with conductor Hristo Arabadjiev, "Holy Septuagint" - Sofia, with conductor Dimitar Grigorov. He performed at a concert in Birmingham Hall, England - with Puccini's "Bohemia".
In the period from 1992 to 2008, he sang with the Ruse Opera, under the baton of conductor Georgi Dimitrov - in the Netherlands, USA, Germany, Austria, Spain - in the roles of Raimondo in "Lucia di Lammermoor" by Donizetti, Zakaria by " Nabucco "by Verdi, Ramphis in" Aida "by Verdi, Sparafuccile in" Rigoletto "by Verdi, Basilio in" The Barber of Seville "by Rossini, Timur in" Turandot "by Puccini, Ferrando in" Troubadour "by Verdi. Diman Panchev sang as King Philip in "Ver Carlos" by Verdi at the premiere performance of the Stara Zagora Opera - in 2001. He toured in Salzburg with "Bohemia" by Puccini, with "Turandot" by Puccini - in Austria, Germany, Spain, USA. With the State Opera - Burgas, under the baton of maestro Ivan Kozhuharov, he was on tour in the United States, Germany, Austria - in the period 2005 - 2007 - with "Nabucco" and "Aida" by Verdi, "Turandot" and "Tosca" by Puccini - in the festivals: Bellinzona - Switzerland, in the Festival Hall "Grosses Festspielhaus" in Salzburg - Austria, the festivals in Ravenna and Perugia - Italy, Santander - Spain, Skopje - Macedonia and others. and others.
He participated as a soloist in "Don Carlos" by Verdi, and his debut in the role was in 1994 on the stage of the Burgas Opera, with conductor Ivan Vulpe, where he sang in "Bohemia" by Puccini, "Aida" by Verdi, " The Barber of Seville by Rossini, Samson and Delilah by Camille Saint-Saëns, Nabucco, Manon Lescaut by Puccini, Masked Ball, Nabucco by Verdi, and others.
Diman Panchev is the winner of the First Prize in the competition in Callosa de Sarria, Alicante, Spain - in 1997 - Elena Obraztsova, Finalis Irun, Spain - 1998. Solo CD Artenova Classics was released - in 1997 - LC 3480, Munchel JMP Liturgical songs LC 8870, Switzerland Novalis 1999 LC071.


Daria Krasteva, piano:

Daria Krasteva was born on September 18, 1995, in the town of Pomorie. He started playing the piano at the age of 7 in the music school at the community center "Svetlina" - Pomorie with teacher Elena Ilieva. He continues his education at NUMSI "Prof. Pancho Vladigerov ”- Burgas. Her teachers are Irina Ivanova, Vanya Peneva, and Julia Nenova. He graduated piano at the National Music Academy "Prof. Pancho Vladigerov ”- Sofia as a student of Prof. Yovcho Krushev and Prof. Dimo ​​Dimov. In 2018-2019 he studied in the class of Prof. Georgia Alessandra Brustia at the Claudio Monteverdi Conservatory, Bolzano, Italy. He has received numerous awards from various forums.
XIX National Competition "Varban Varbanov" - Third Prize
XX National Competition "Varban Varbanov" - Second Prize
International Festival "Sun, Joy, Beauty" - Third place (2011)
International Art Competition "Joy on the Shore" - First place (2011)
I International Competition for Pianists "Scriabin - Rachmaninoff" - III prize and bronze medal
Academic competition "Prokofiev - Nenov" - III prize
Awarded by the Municipality of Pomorie for active participation in the cultural life of the city (2012) She was awarded twice by the Municipality of Burgas for high results in the field of music (2011, 2013). An active participant in "Free Stage of the Young Artist".
Participated in master classes of Prof. Marina Kapatsinskaya, Prof. Dr. Atanas Kurtev, Prof. Ivan Donchev, Prof. Margarita Krasteva, Prof. Georgia Alessandra Brustia, Prof. Stefano Bozzolo, Prof. Cristiano Burato, Prof. Denise Armand Jellanby, Prof. Luigi Mariani, Prof. Peter Tuit, Prof. Martino Tirimo, Prof. Boyan Vodenicharov, Prof. Tomislav Baynov and others.
Accompanist of the Anhialo Ladies' Choir (Pomorie) from 2012 to 2014.
Since 2012 he has been actively giving solo recitals and participating in various themed evenings. He is a participant in "Burgas - the best city to live" with a solo recital. She has participated in various musical events such as: "I LOVE BULGARIAN MUSIC" in the concert complex "Bulgaria", the Final concert of the Chopin Society at the Polish Institute, and others.
He has participated as a soloist of the chamber orchestra "Orpheus" in Pernik (conductor Raycho Hristov), ​​the Student Chamber Orchestra at the National Music Academy "Prof. Pancho Vladigerov ”- Sofia and of the Academic String Orchestra at the National Music Academy“ Prof. Pancho Vladigerov ”- Sofia. In 2019 he participated in three recitals in Switzerland in the Easter tour Montcherand-Geneva-Friborg In 2019 - a participant in the piano week London-Bozen (master classes, seminars, and concerts) In October 2019 he started working as an accompanist at the State Opera - Burgas. In June 2020 she made her debut as a soloist with the Burgas Opera Orchestra with Concerto for Piano and Orchestra No. 12 by W.A. Mozart.

Nina Reichel, piano:

She graduated from the Music School "Dobrin Petkov" in Plovdiv with honors, then graduated from AMTII - Plovdiv, majoring in "Pedagogy with piano, percussion, and composition." She has been singing for 20 years and her favorite styles are jazz, Bossa Nova, and Broadway composers. He has professional experience as a teacher, pianist, and vocal performer. He works as an accompanist at the State Opera - Burgas.