The world famous jazz singer Natalie Cole will perform in Bulgaria for the first time on July 30.
The chair of the Bulgarian Parliament, Tsetska Tsacheva, will open the third edition of the summer opera and ballet festival "Stage of the Ages" in the Bulgarian city of Veliko Tarnovo.
German power/speed metal band Helloween will stage its fifth ever concert in Bulgaria in January 2011.
Bulgaria's historical Black Sea town of Nesebar will remain a UNESCO World Heritage City for the time being, the Mayor, Nikolay Dimitrov, announced Wednesday.
The Bulgarian government adopted a degree to merge a number of theaters and related institutions at its Tuesday sitting, thus starting its recently announced reform of state-funded theaters and music troupes in the country.
The Bulgarian authorities and society are anxious about the results of a UNESCO meeting taking place in Brazil's capital Brasilia which could have important impact on the status of the country's recognized World Heritage sites.
Jazz legend Al Jarreau has been admitted in a "critical" condition to a French hospital after falling ill just before he was due to go on stage, health officials said.
Sofia chief architect Petar Dikov will head the jury in the competition for the new museum complex in the capital Sofia, known as the Bulgarian Louvre, it emerged on Thursday.
Popular British actor Leslie Grantham will be starring in "The English Neighbor", the newest sitcom of the Bulgarian National Television.
The Sofia municipality will offer citizens and guests of the Bulgarian capital a free walking tour of the sights in the central part of the city.
The South African Ambassador in Bulgaria, Sheila Camerer has announced that there is a possibility for the medieval fortress in the Bulgarian city of Vidin, "Baba Vida", to be included in the protected sites by UNESCO.
Municipal authorities in Bulgarian cities of Plovdiv and Russe have stood Monday in support of local operas and philharmonic societies, which are facing a cut-down as a part of reforms advanced by the Bulgarian Ministry of Culture.
Villagers from Cherni Vit, presenting their unique green cheese, are among 160 participants that gathered Friday in Sofia for Terra Madre Balkans, an event devoted to traditional food from across the region of the Balkans.
The premiere of the latest novel by Bulgarian author, Dimitar Nedkov, "The Bulgarian's Sign," gathered over 200 of Sofia's intellectuals at the National Palace of Culture, eager to learn more about the intriguing plot.
Bulgarian police officers will continue to protect the Shipka Memorial, the National Museum of History, the National Learning Complex of Culture and the National Art Gallery until the end of the year.
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