23 november 2020 The Burgas Opera Celebrates the 250th Anniversary Of Beethoven's

The concert, which is scheduled in the program of the State Opera - Burgas on Tuesday, November 24, at 19:00, in the Opera Hall, is dedicated to the 250th anniversary of the birth of Ludwig van Beethoven, a representative of the Vienna School, along with other colossi in the music of his time - Joseph Haydn and Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. The Viennese classic is an important figure in the period that is considered a transition between classicism and romanticism. Beethoven is considered one of the greatest composers in the history of world musical heritage, he is characterized by extreme levels of drama, overflowing with tragedy, heroism, amplitudes in the emotional spectrum and characteristic of the composer's style saturation of the sensory charge invested in his works.

The program of the concert, dedicated to the 250th anniversary of the great composer, whose work bears both the characteristic features of the European style and the dramatic, torn by personal tragedies and internal contradictions nature of Beethoven, will include his works: Overture "Egmont", Scene and Aria for soprano and orchestra op.56 "Ah! Perfido", soloist - Maria Tsvetkova-Madzharova, soprano The soloist of the State Opera - Burgas only a few days ago was stylish with her memorable performance on the Burgas stage in the concert performance Primadonna-Donna-Donna, together with the other primas of the Burgas Opera - soprano Nona Krastnikova and Ioana Kadiyska, mezzo-soprano.The concert program will end with Symphony No. 1 in C major, Op. , also in the Opera Hall, with Yordan Kovachev as concertmaster.


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%.

Tickets for the concert can be purchased at the box office of the Opera, at the box office next to the "Clock" / in front of the hotel "Bulgaria" / and in the network of Grabo.

For the conductor:

Tsanislav Petkov is only 30 years old, but has an enviable career as a conductor. Born in Ruse in a family of pianists. He completed his secondary education with a degree in piano at NUMSI "Prof. Pancho Vladigerov ”- Burgas in the class of Julia Nenova. In 2015 he graduated from the NMA "Prof. Pancho Vladigerov ”with a degree in opera and symphony conducting in the class of Prof. Plamen Djurov and Assoc. Prof. Dr. Georgi Patrikov. He has conducted many projects as a student, and his debut was as a conductor of the Academic Symphony Orchestra. He was the conductor of the orchestra of the National Musical Theater "Stefan Makedonski" - Sofia.

From the same year until today he is chief artistic director and conductor of the Chamber Orchestra - Haskovo, and since 2017 he is conductor at the State Opera - Burgas. It partners with a number of orchestras on the territory of Bulgaria, including the Sofia Philharmonic, the European Youth Symphony Orchestra "Progressive", the Symphony Orchestra - Sliven, the Symphony Orchestra in Vratsa and Vidin, the Chamber Orchestra "Dianopolis" - Yambol, and some of the most famous Bulgarian singers. such as Svetlin Rusev, Vesko Eshkenazi, Mila Georgieva, Stoyka Milanova et al. In 2020 he graduated from AMTII "Prof. Asen Diamandiev ”- Plovdiv, majoring in Art Management.

For the soloist:

Maria Tsvetkova-Madzharova, soprano, was born in Burgas. He graduated from the State Academy of Music "Professor Pancho Vladigerov" - Sofia in the opera singing class of Prof. Resa Koleva. Soloist of the State Opera - Ruse and the State Opera - Burgas. She has performed on the stages of the National Opera - Sofia, State Musical Theater "Stefan Makedonski" - Sofia, as well as in the theaters of Varna Opera, Plovdiv Opera, Stara Zagora Opera. He has repeatedly participated in international touring projects in Italy, France, the Netherlands, Belgium, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Spain, Portugal, USA. The singer's rich repertoire includes Susanna and the Countess from "The Wedding of Figaro", Despina, Fiordiligi from "So Do All Women", Donna Anna, Zerlina from "Don Juan", Blonda, Constanta from "Abduction from the Shed" by Mozart, Rosina from Rossini's The Barber of Seville, Violetta from La Traviata, Gilda from Rigoletto, Oscar from Verdi's Masked Ball, Adina from Love Elixir, Norina from Donizetti's Don Pasquale, Musetta and Mimi from "Bohemia", Liu from "Turandot" by Puccini, Stasi and Silva from "The Queen of the Chardasha" by Kalman, Adela from "The Bat" by Strauss-son, Maria Desislava from the opera of the same name by Parashkev Hadjiev, Katerina Izmailova from the opera of the same name by Shostakovich and other. Winner of "Crystal Lyre" for 2015. Musician of the Year for 2017 in the survey of the classical music show "Allegro Vivace" on the program "Horizon" of the Bulgarian National Radio.