09 may 2023 Students From NUMSI "Prof. Vladigerov"-Soloists At The Concert

An intriguing concert program, performed by talented young participants, has been prepared by the State Opera - Burgas for May 10, Wednesday, at 7 p.m. in the hall of the cultural institute. The symphonic concert, in which soloists will be performed by graduates of NUMSI "Prof. Pancho Vladigerov" - the city of Burgas, winners of numerous national and international awards, is another exciting performance by the artistic staff of the Burgas Opera. Behind the conductor's desk stands the doyen in the modern Bulgarian cultural space - maestro Yordan Dafov, winner of the "Golden Century" award of the Ministry of Culture. Less than a month ago, the famous conductor was behind the helm of the extraordinary Easter concert, where - in front of a large enthusiastic audience, the "Unfinished Symphony" by Franz Schubert and the majestic "Requiem" by W. A. Mozart was performed - with the participation of soloists, оrchestra, and choir, with over 100 singers and musicians on stage. The concertmaster of the orchestra of the Burgas Opera will be Vanya Zlateva, recipient of the "Crystal Necklace" - the highest award of the Union of Bulgarian Music and Dance Performers /SBMTD/.

A galaxy of soloists will charm the Burgas audience tomorrow - with performance mastery and the typical incomparable creative energy characteristic of the young generation. On the stage of the Opera at 19:00 on Wednesday, the following will perform: Virginia Spiridonova - piano, Milana Kahn - violin, Olga Doikova - violin, Yoana Zadikian - flute, Maria Petkova - oboe, Stelian Nikolov - percussion, Antonia Mutafova - soprano, Yoana Dafova - soprano.

In the program of the Symphony concert under the baton of maestro Dafov tomorrow, the following will be heard: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart - Concerto for piano and orchestra No. 11 in F major, KV 413 - first movement; Max Bruch - Concerto for violin and orchestra No. 1 in G minor, op. 26 - second and third movements; Camille Saint-Saëns – Concerto for violin and orchestra No. 3 in B flat minor, op. 61 – part one; Francois Bourne / Georges Bizet - Brilliant Fantasy on themes from the opera "Carmen" for flute and orchestra; Johann Nepomuk Hummel – Introduction, theme and variations op.102, F major; Emmanuel Sejournet – Concerto for marimba and string orchestra – first movement; Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart – Pamina's Aria from Act II of The Magic Flute; Giuseppe Verdi - Gilda's aria from Act I of the opera Rigoletto.

Wednesday's concert is expected to be attended by an empathetic and understanding audience that respects the dedication of the young talents, is invested in the process of building them as musicians worthy of the big stage and will admire the artistic charisma of the dedicated instrumentalists and singers that the Burgas audience will have the pleasure of seeing and hearing tomorrow. Those present in the Opera Hall will make sure that the wonderful graduates of NUMSI "Prof. Pancho Vladigerov" are carriers of the most constructive qualities of the representatives of the younger generation. And it is a positive fact that the leadership of the National School of Music and Performing Arts and the State Opera - Burgas lend a helping hand in continuing the tradition in the realization of such ambitious projects. And such manifestations of continuity have marked pluses for both sides.

Good morning to the young performers and successful performances on more big stages!