14 may 2024 Mood and sparkle with "Love, champagne and... more"

Tonight, the hall of the Burgas State Opera was subjected to the life-affirming messages of the operetta genre with the gala LOVE, CHAMPAGNE...AND MORE!
Under the baton of maesto Dimitar Kosev - Dimitar Kosev /guest/, soloists: Maria Tsvetkova-Madjarova, Ilina Mihaylova /guest/, Nona Krastnikova, Ioana Kadiyska, Valeriy Georgiev, Valeriy Georgiev, Yordan Hristozov Yordan Tsvetanov Hristozov, the musicians from the orchestra - with concertmaster Hristo Belchev, the artists from the choral and ballet ensemble of the Burgas Opera - with conductor Alexander Chepanov Alexander Chepanov and choreographer Marina Zmeeva-Markova Marina Zmeeva-Markova, charged the attendees with mood, beautiful music and... one more thing, namely, the pleasure of performing the popular works that have become benchmarks in the genre.
At the end of the operetta gala, amid prolonged applause, the traditional basket of flowers was presented on behalf of the Mayor of Burgas Municipality - Mr. Dimitar Nikolov.
The program included:
"Trich-trach" polka by Johann Strauss, Judith's aria from the opera of the same name by Franz Lehar - performed by Maria Tsvetkova-Madjarova; Bonnie and Stasi's duet - "Human life" - from "The Queen of Chardasha" by Imre Kalman - presented by Yordan Hristozov, Maria Tsvetkova-Madjarova; Duet of Silva and Edwin "Do you remember" from "The Queen of Chardasha" by Kalman - Ioana Kadiyska, Valery Georgiev; "Pizzicato" Polka - Strauss; Hannah and Danilo's duet "Lippen schweigen" from the operetta "The Merry Widow" - performed by Nona Krastnikova and Yordan Hristozov; Sally's song - "Maybe this time" - "Cabaret" - Kender presented Joana Kadiyska; Eliza Doolittle's song "Igrala I would in the night.." - "My beautiful lady" - "The Bat" by Johan Strauss-son; Silva's aria from "The Queen of the Chardash" - Joanna Kadiyska ." from "The Queen of Chardasha" by Yordan Hristozov; "The Bat" by Hanna Glavari from "The Merry Widow" by Nona Krastnikova; and lightning" - Maritsa's aria from "Countess Maritsa" by Ilina Mihailova; "Vilya" from "The Merry Widow" by Nona Krastnikova; by Offenbach; "Eh, Mother" by Kalman; Cheers from the second act of "The Bat" by Johann Strauss-son.
Photos: State Opera - Burgas
The operetta gala LOVE, CHAMPAGNE...AND MORE! will also be presented on the stage of the Vratsa Drama and Puppet Theater on May 29 at 7 p.m.