Stage of Centuries Opera Season To Be Launched in Bulgaria's Tarnovo in 2017
The preparation for the Second Summer Season of Bulgarian Opera Theatres “Stage of Centuries” has begun with a working meeting of the mayor Veliko Tarnovo Daniel Panov, and the directors and representatives of the state operas in Varna, Plovdiv, Stara Zagora and Burgas.
Yet again, the five operas will turn the Tsarevets fortress and the old city into an arena of musical and theatrical arts in the summer of 2017.
The stage at the battle towers of the medieval fortress will remain open and the Musical-Drama Theatre in Veliko Tarnovo will participate in events there.
Panov advised the directors of the five state operas to prepare the programme of events by the end of November.
“In this way, the schedule may be advertised during tourism exhibitions, job fairs and forums in Bulgaria and abroad, in which Veliko Tarnovo is a participant. Tour operators will also have the opportunity to include the series of events in their tourist packages,” added Panov.
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We should return to the Bulgarian Classics and Traditions of the Balkans that brings us the opera, ballet and the art within our heritage.
The Bulgarian disease of the European Union has defeated our Bulgarian Heritage from the simplicity to complex.
Wii there be a return to the true sounds of Bulgaria.
Elena Baramova and her repertoire,\"Lady Macbeth\", Turandot\" – Turandot, \"Minnie\" – La fanciulla del West, and \"Tosca\" – Tosca, \"Elisabetta\" – Don Carlo.
Her performances in Rome, Vienna, Pescara, Paris and Amsterdam has brought heartening remembrance performances.
Let us not forget Ghena Dimitrova.