Due to the upcoming snow storm tonight, the event is postponed to Sunday, February 26 at 6pm !
Поради идващата снежна буря събитеито се отменя за Неделя, 26ти Февруари от 18:00 часа.
Invitation in English below
Св. Валентин & Трифон Зарезан с Квартет Пети Сезон
Българският Център в Нова Англия, Елена Колева и Пламен Карадонев ви канят на една прекрасна вечер изпълнена с джаз и източно-европейска музика представена от Квартет Пети Сезон. Заповядайте на благотворителния концерт набиращ средства за новият дом на Българския Център.
Неделя, 26 Февруари, 2017 от 18:00 часа, концертната част започва в 18:45 часа.
Билети: $25 (подходящо за деца над 12+) – в цената на билета са включени една чаша вино (бира) или безалкохолна напитка & ордьовър.
212 Holland Street
*Моля ви запазете си маса защото заведението има капацитет само за 90 гости.
Код на събитието при резервацията: Български Център.
Можете да закупите билети
онлайн от http://bulgariancenter.org/category/events/
>> и от Българското Училище.
Важно! след като закупите билетите си, моля свържете се директно с ресторанта за резервация на http:// www.saburrestaurant.com/ reservation.aspx или на 617-776-7890.
За упътване към Сабур: http:// www.saburrestaurant.com/ Contact.aspx. Безплатен паркинг има до ресторанта, на улицата (Неделя е безплатно) или на паркинга на Тъфтс на 169 Holland Street Somerville, MA.
От екипът на Български Център в Нова Англия
Повече информация за центъра може да намерите на
The Bulgarian Center of New England (BCNE) ,
Elena Koleva and Plamen Karadonev invite you to an evening of jazz and Eastern European music created and tastefully presented by Fifth Season Quartet..
Sunday, February 26, 2017
Doors open at 6 pm, music starts at 6:45 pm
Tickets: $25 * (age limit 12+)
*includes 1 glass of wine or beer & appetizer
212 Holland Street
Table reservation strongly encouraged by February 10, 2017.
It is a fundraising evening in support of the BCEN!
You can purchase tickets:
>> online from http://bulgariancenter.org/category/events/
>> from the Bulgarian School
or at the door in the day of the event.
To reserve a table:
Go to http:// www.saburrestaurant.com/ reservation.aspx or call Sabur @ 617.776.7890
Use Event code: Bulgarian Center
Table reservation strongly encouraged. Max restaurant capacity 90 people.
*For directions to Sabur go to: http:// www.saburrestaurant.com/ Contact.aspx
Free parking is available next to the restaurant; on the street or at Tufts parking lot located at 169 Holland Street Somerville, MA .
The Bulgarian Center of New England (BCNE) is a nonprofit organization, whose mission is to serve as a focal point of the Bulgarian community in New England and attract people from different backgrounds who have interest in the Bulgarian culture, art, history, and traditions. We are currently raising funds for purchasing a building for the Center. Please join our efforts. For More information visit: http://bulgariancenter.org/
ELENA KOLEVA (www.elenakoleva.com)
Elena Koleva has appeared as a soloist in multiple jazz projects with artists such as Jerry Bergonzi, Bob Moses, Bruce Gertz, Gene Perla, Mike Tucker, Theodosii Spassov and Fifth Season Quartet. She has also participated in established jazz festivals, TV shows and theater performances in Europe and the United States. Locally Elena has performed at venues such as the Berklee Performance Center, Ryles Jazz Club, Jordan Hall, Cambridge Multicultural Arts Center, The Lily Pad, Beehive, Les Zygomates and many others.In the late 90’s, Elena has released two solo albums with the Acoustic Version Trio–Round Midnight (1995) and Invisible Touch (1998) and has appeared as a guest singer and co-arranger in a number of albums and projects including “Cari Peno Jazztet” featuring saxophonist Mike Tucker, Plamen Karadonev’s debut album “Crossing Lines” (2008) and co-producing Fifth Season Quartet with their newest album “Beyond Hope”(2014). Elena has studied with outstanding musicians such as Jerry Bergonzi, Bob Moses, Charlie Benacos, George Garzone, Dominique Eade and Ken Schaphorst. She is also a faculty at the Berklee College Summer Program.
PLAMEN KARADONOEV (www.plamenkaradonev.com)
Pianist Plamen Karadonev is originally from Bulgaria. Since his teenage years Plamen has participated at a number of jazz festivals and concerts and during his studies at The State Academy Of Music, Sofia, he was a principal pianist of the Bulgarian National Radio Big Band.In 2001 Plamen moved to Boston after accepting a scholarship from Berklee College of Music and soon after completing his performance degree, he recorded his first solo album of originals with a team of jazz masters such as Hal Crook George Garzone, Lee Fish, Austin McMahon, Kendal Eddy with a guest singer Elena Koleva. His debut album Crossing Lines received national and international recognition among jazz critics and musicians.In the latest release of the album “Beyond Hope” with Fifth Season Quartet and special guest Jerry Bergonzi, Plamen Karadonev performs both as a pianist and accordionist. Plamen has shared the stage with some of the most respected musicians on the current jazz scene including Randy Brecker, Dave Liebman, Gene Perla, Jimmy Cobb, John Lockwood, Richie Barshay and many more.
Bulgarian American Cultural Center Madara is happy to be part of the event www.centermadara.org