CHOIR MUSIC, CELTIC HARP TUNE IN SOFIA

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Great music and great performers form a divine experience – get the proof of this in the rarely-heard selection of Italian Renaissance choir music in a sublime performance by the National Philharmonic Choir, part of the Sofia Philharmonics, on 12 May.

The concert is in the memory of Bulgarian choir conductor Prof. Georgi Robev and features compositions by Italian masters Gregorio Allegri, Giovanni Palestrina, Francesco Cavalli and Giovanni Gabrielli. Contemporary composer Arvo Pyart from Estonia, famous for his choir music, is included in the programme with five of his best pieces. And if you need any more reason, Irish guest Diana Rowan contributes to the atmosphere, playing the Celtic harp. Get your ticket from ticketplus.bg and get ready for true enjoyment.

Where Chamber Hall of Bulgaria Concert Complex, 1 Aksakov St

When 12 May, 19.00

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