Dear Bulgarians and friends of Bulgaria!
Thank you so much for coming and being part of our BULGARIAN ANNUAL CELEBRATION in BOSTON on March 11, 2012! The event took place at the It was a lot of fun for us to share our culture with you!
"Fast becoming a fan of Bulgarian art and culture...I give my two thumbs way~ up high for your wonderful, heart-warming works. As a person who values the culture I'd been brought up with, I thoroughly enjoyed my first experience in Bulgarian culture which brought me smile, lots of smiles indeed...Bright colors and elegant lines of dance movements, and folk music touched my heart." Brandon Chung
Thank you to our local artists and groups for the great performances. Thank you”
BULGARIAN FOLKLORE DANCE GROUP
With their intricate footwork and fast steps,
the Ludo Mlado dancers will bring the
beauty of the Bulgarian folklore to live!
Lead by PETER PETROV and MARIETA MIRCHEVA
Singer/ Musician - piano, guitar
Popular World and Bulgarian pop and jazz songs Borislava graduated the State Music Academy, “Pancho Vladigerov” (Sofia, Bulgaria) with the voice major, “Pop and Jazz Singing” and the minor “Music Pedagody”. Later on she graduated The Boston Conservatory as “Master of Music Education”
5 years old singer
Nikola Petrov studies piano and he loves to sing.
Hi is only 5, but already has an input in several stage performances. Nikola is a happy kid, growing up in the environment of professional musicians.
(Singer/ Musician - piano, guitar)
All different kinds of popular Bulgarian and International songs from folklore, pop to rock. Snejina has been singing professionally for 30 years. She graduated the University in Shumen (Bulgaria) with the “Music Pedagogy” major. With her rich repertoire and beautiful voice she performed in many international cultural events in Germany, Holland, France, Poland, Chech Repubilc, Hungary, Russia, Turkey and now in the USA.
The BULGARIAN SINGING GROUP "OMAIA", accompaniment by
Zornitsa (Boston-based Balkan men's vocal ensemble) directed by TATIANA SARBINSKA.
After so many wishful years three Bulgarian women Svetloslava Stoyanova, Marieta Zografova and Iveta Iontcheva-Barehmi founded the group "Omaia" in May 2011. They are devoted to learn, preserve and sing the songs of our mother’s land Bulgaria, to bring the sound of everlasting heart warming, unique rhythm and melody here in New England. The existence of the group would not be possible without the world’s renowned talented folklore singer and conductor Tatiana Sarbinska, who agreed to lead the group to success.
And the charming Master of Ceremonies ALEXANDRA GRASHKINA-HRISTOV
Thank you for the deletions food prepared specially for us from our generous sponsors, THE BULGARIAN OWNED:
- SIX STAR MARKET, BULGARIAN FOOD STORE, WOBURN, MA
- PINIS PIZZA, WALTHAM, MA (www.pinis-pizza.com)
- PIZZERIA PRESTI, BURLINGTON, MA (www.pizzapresti.com)
- RENAISSANCE CAFE, QUINCY, MA (www.renaissancecafequincy.com)
- TRIO CAFE , WHITMAN, MA (www.mytriocafe.com)
- NELSON'S BAKERY, WINCHETER, MA (www.nelsonsbakery.com)
Thank you Sprinsgtep for giving us an opportunity to celebrate in your beautiful building. BAC Madara is officially a Springstep’s Organizational Affiliate. We have established a long-term relationship and we share same goal of strengthening communities through dance, music and arts!
The event suppored the “CREATION OF A CENTER FOR AUTISTIC CHILDREN
IN PLOVDIV, BULGARIA” The project is coordinated by the "I Can Too Foundation", Bulgaria.
From the event we were able to raise $1000.
See the thank you latter form the Foundation here >>
Photos from the event see on:
Videos from the event see on:
Thank you and welcome to our next Bulgarian event!
Bulgarian-American Center Madara