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1 Decemebr

Nadia Tsakova: In the Moment

Private View
Tuesday, 1 Decembre 2009, from 6.00 pm to 8.00 pm

Exhibition runs intil midday Christmas Eve
Monday - Friday, from 10.00 am to 6.00 pm (Thursday from 10.00 am to 8.00 pm)
Saturday from 11.00 am to 5.00 pm

Curwen & New Academy Gallery
34 Windmill St
London, W1T 2JR

4 December

A Righteous Passion:
William Gladstone, the Eastern Question and the Bulgarians

- a public lecture by Prof. Roumen Genov (New Bulgarian University, Sofia) dedicated to the bicentenary of William Gladstone

Friday, 4 December 2009
7.00 pm at the Bulgarian Embassy
186-188 Queen’s Gate, London SW7 5HL

4 December

The London Bulgarian Choir at Tate Britain
Tate Late

Home live art presents a night at Tate Britain which, features artists, performers and choirs, who explore the use of the voice as an instrument of extraordinary physical and cultural resonance. The night features: a range of live performances from a group of leading UK and European artists & performers, some of the UK's best amateur choirs from Bulgaria and Georgia, an all night set by one of the UK's best Afro Urban DJ's and the chance for the audience to create two new scratch choirs and perform themselves in the galleries at Tate Britain.
Featuring: Afrogroov, Phil Minton & The Feral Choir, Funk Chorus, Geoff Fazen, The London Bulgarian Choir, Maspindzeli, Mikhail Karakis, members of The Shout.

6pm -10pm
Tate Britain

More info:

9 December

Christmas Concert of the London Bulgarian Choir

Wednesday, 9 December 2009, 7.45 pm
The Salvation Army Regent's Hall on Oxford Street
Tickets will be available in advance from the website of the London Bulgarian Choir, facility coming soon
More information: 

10 December

Charity Christmas Party
Organised jointly by the Bulgarian Embassy in London, Friends of Bulgaria and the Bulgarian City Club

Under the Patronage of
HE Ambassador Lyubomir Kyuchukov
the Rt Hon Baroness Rawlings
Prince Kyril Saxe-Coburg, President of the Bulgarian City Club

To include Christmas Carols, Bulgarian folk songs performed by the London Bulgarian Choir, Bulgarian dances led by Tanetz dancing group, live music from around the world, a charity auction, a raffle and more surprises.

Thursday, 10 December 2009, from 7 pm to 11 pm
at the Bulgarian Embassy,
186-188 Queen's Gate, London SW7 5HL
Tickets at the door or online - £ 30 (see for details)

11 December

Children Christmas Party

Friday, 11 December 2009, 6.00 pm
Bulgarian Embassy
186-188 Queen's Gate, London SW7 5HL

14 December

Concert of Pavel Minev (violin) and Ivan Yanakov (piano)

Works by Paganini, Tchaikovsky, Ravel, Liszt.

Bulgarian-born violinist Pavel Minev has been living, studying and now working in Moscow. He is the first non-Russian musician who was appointed as a permanent soloist of the Moscow Philharmonic. His performances have taken him to over 20 countries. He is a recipient of numerous competition and state awards from Russia, Bulgaria, Italy and other countries.

Bulgarian pianist Ivan Yanakov was awarded a sponsored solo debut at New York's Carnegie Recital Hall. He is a recipient of a number of awards, and has performed on 3 continents as a soloist with orchestras, recitalist, and a chamber musician.

Monday, 14 December 2009, 7.30 pm
St. Giles-In-The-Fileds Church
60 St. Giles High Street
London WC2H 8LG
Closest tube: Tottenham Court Road 

Solartis Art Christmas Party
Ok! Artist of the Year Competition
Fundraising event for NHS Research
Supported by OK! Magzine

Minna Georgieva, William Nixon, Bernard Campbell, Richard Potter
In association with Solartis Ltd

Mon 14th Dec  2009, 7.00 pm till 11.00 pm     
Apartment 195
195-7, King’s Road, SW3 5ED  
(Closest tube – Sloane Square)          
Recommended  Donation  £10      
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Strictly by Personal Invitation. Tickets to be collected at the Door.


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