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20 May 2010 - 15 August 2010 

The Lost World of Old Europe: Danube Valley 5,000 – 3,500 BC
Ashmolean Museum, Oxford

Supported by the Leon Levy Foundation, this stunning exhibition of gold, pottery and archaeological finds, from over 20 museums in Bulgaria, Moldova and Romania, goes on display for the first time in Britain.  One of the exhibition’s highlights includes the earliest major assemblage of gold artefacts to be found anywhere in the world from the Varna cemetery, Bulgaria.

Ashmolean Museum of Art and Archaeology
University of Oxford
Beaumont Street
Oxford OX1 2PH
www.ashmolean.org

Wednesday, 2 June 2010

The Embassy of the Republic of Bulgaria in London
takes pleasure in inviting you to a

Concert
Lora Marinova - Cello
Dimitar Nakov - Piano

The programme is to include:
Schuman
Tchaikovsky
Sarasate
Prokofiev
   
7 pm
Bulgarian Embassy
186-188 Queen's Gate
London SW7 5HL

Monday, 7 June 2010

A charity concert in aid of orphanages in Bulgaria

Devorina Gamalova (violin and viola)
and her students
accompanied on the piano by Irina Troyan

The programme includes works for violin and piano by Isaye, Grieg, C. Franck, Mozart and others

7.00 pm
HOLY TRINITY CHURCH
Prince Consort Road, SW7
Admission free. Suggested donation ₤5 paid at the door.

The collected amount will be transferred directly via the charity account of the Birmingham University International Volunteering Society and will be used to buy the goods most needed for the children.

Wednesday, 9 June 2010 

Eastern Plays

Bulgaria | 2010 | col | 89 mins | dir. Kamen Kalev, with Christo Christov, Ovanes Torosian, Saadet Isil Aksoy | cert. 15

UK Premiere

Two brothers who’ve lost all contact are suddenly brought together when they have opposite roles in a racist beating. while Georgi who’s recently joined a neonazi group participates in the violence, Itso witnesses and rescues a Turkish family.
Georgi, now being asked to participate in larger events, starts to question his implication in the movement and Itso wonders if the beautiful Turkish girl he saved could be his ticket out from his sad life in Sofia. Only by reuniting will the two brothers be able to assess what they really want from life.

wed 9 june | 6.15pm | £9, conc £7
Ciné Lumière
17 Queensberry Place
London SW7 2DT

Mosaïques 2010
12th Festival of World Culture
3 - 12 June 2010
at Ciné lumière

Featuring a host of UK Premieres, preview screenings, director Q&As, talks, workshops and music, this year's 12th edition of Mosaïques Festival of World Culture promises an explosive programme. Presenting films from over 15 countries, this year's programme takes us on a journey from Morocco, Algeria, Lebanon and Iraq to Rwanda, Mali, Cambodia and Brazil. Offering audiences a selection of the most outstanding new World Cinema, Mosaïques continues to engage leading directors, along with thought-provoking writers, who bring a diverse range of cultures closer to home.

Press release

Thursday, 10 June 2010

The Embassy of the Republic of Bulgaria in London
takes pleasure in inviting you to a

Public lecture and an exhibition
focusing on Bulgarian national hero Vassil Levski, portraying him as a citizen of Europe and the world.

The event is organized in partnership with the Vassil Levski Foundation, Vassil Levski National Museum in Karlovo and the University of Veliko Tarnovo.

7 pm
Bulgarian Embassy
186-188 Queen's Gate
London SW7 5HL

Thursday, 17 June 2010

Vesselin Stanev at Wigmore Hall

Concert of Vesselin Stanev - Piano
Programme includes Johann Sebastian Bach - Fantasy and Fugue in G minor for Organ, BWV 542, arranged for pianoforte by Franz Liszt S 463, Franz Liszt - Etudes d'execution transcendante S 139

7.30 pm
Wigmore Hall
36 Wigmore Street, London W1U 2BP
Tickets: £24, £22, £16, £12
More info:
Tel.: 020 7935 2141
www.wigmore-hall.org.uk 

Saturday, 19 June 2010 

ZOV UK Fundraising event

ZOV UK, a Bulgarian children's charity is six years old and to celebrate this, they are having a party with music and refreshments on Saturday 19th of June, at the Bulgarian Embassy. This will be a chance to find out more about ZOV's activities and future plans. For further information about ZOV UK please go to their website: www.zovuk.org.uk

The details are: Saturday June 19th, 6.30 - 11pm at the Bulgarian Embassy, 186-188 Queen's Gate, London SW7 5HL

19 June - 4 July 2010

Bulgaria at the International Architecture Showcase

More information to follow soon. 

Friday, 25 June 2010

The Embassy of the Republic of Bulgaria in London
takes pleasure in inviting you to a

Poetry and Music Night
A recital by Bulgarian poet and opera singer Yonka Hristova

7 pm
Bulgarian Embassy
186-188 Queen's Gate
London SW7 5HL

 
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