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The Bulgarian Center of New England, The Bulgarian School
“Sv. sv. Kiril i Metodii” and The Bulgarian Church “St. Petka”
 
are honored to present the

2019 ANNUAL CELEBRATION
of Bulgaria’s National Liberation Day

A wonderful concert followed by light dinner and dancing. The biggest annual celebration for the Bulgarian community and our friends in New England!

SUNDAY, MARCH 3, 2019

Doors open at 5:00 pm, concert starts at 5:30 pm
Light dinner and dance party at 7:00 pm

Melrose Memorial Hall
590 Main St., Melrose, MA 02176
Public transportation: Bus 106,131,136,137 or Commuter rail
to the Wyoming Hill stop in Melrose www.mbta.com

Tickets

ADVANCE purchase of tickets for the concert and party:
$26 general adult admission
$16 for children 6-18 and adults 65+ with ID
AT THE DOOR: $30 general admission
$20 for children 6-18 and adults 65+ with ID

DINNER (door only): $10

Advance tickets can be purchased online. 


Cash only tickets also available at
The Bulgarian School in Boston, Bulgarian School on Cape Cod,
Bulgarian store “Six Star Market” at 170 Main St., Woburn, MA, or
at VinKari Safari at 10 Micro Drive in Woburn, MA

The event is also in support of our mission in purchasing a home for the Bulgarian community in the New England area.

Some of our performers include

Michael Marchev
Simona Karadoneva
Ludo Mlado Dance Ensemble
Laura McHugh
Martina Jelezarova
Plamen Petkov
Children group from BG school in Boston
7/8 Children Dance Group
Nicolet Ivanova
Children choir from BG School Cape Cod
Zdravka Nikolova
North East Rhythmic Gymnastics and Dance

For more information, please email info@bulgariancenter.org

The price of admission includes a $1.00 donation
to Memorial Hall  Restoration Fund.

For more information: info@bulgariancenter.org and bulgariancenter.org

A BIG THANK YOU TO OUR
SPONSORS, SUPPORTERS and PARTNERS

~ GENERAL SPONSOR~



~ SUPPORTERS ~

PARTNERS
the Bulgarian-American Cultural Center Madara


PHOTOS and VIDEOS FROM PAST CELEBRATIONS


BiTV report for 2017 Annual Celebration see here

Photos from "2016 The Magic of Bulgaria" see here

"Ludo Mlado" performing at the Annual Celebration the "Magic of Bulgaria", March 19, 2016,  video

Annual Celebration the "Magic of Bulgaria", May 3, 2015 see here

Annual Celebration the "Magic of Bulgaria", March 2, 2014 see here

ABOUT THE PERFORMERS

  BULGARIAN FOLK DANCE ENSEMBLE
“LUDO MLADO”, www.ludomlado.com

Ludo Mlado is a Boston-based Bulgarian folk dance ensemble, founded in 2002 . Choreographers of the group are Pepi Petrov, a former professional dancer from the Bulgarian State Ensemble “Rodopa” and Marieta Mircheva, a graduate from the National School of Dance Art in Sofia, Bulgaria. By training dancers and showcasing performances, the ensemble endeavors to preserve and spread awareness of the rich dance traditions of Bulgaria. After 15 years of existence, Ludo Mlado boasts over 20 members and performs a vast repertoire of dance suites complete with authentic Bulgarian costumes. Ludo Mlado performs throughout the year at various community-based events, weddings and wherever Bulgarian music and dance can bring unique sensations to the event.
  CHILDREN FOLK DANCE GROUP "7/8"
www.facebook.com/78BulgarianDances
The children's dance group “7/8” is newly found by Marieta Mircheva. It's mission is to teach children the rich Bulgarian folk-dance traditions, help them develop a sense of rhythm, meet new friends, and have many unforgettable moments!
Marieta Mircheva is a Bulgarian native who has been dancing and performing since the age of 8. By the age of 13, she had over one hundred performances and several European dance tours as a member of Folk Dance Ensemble “Zdravets”. In 1998, Marieta graduated from the National School of Dance Art in Sofia, Bulgaria with a major in Bulgarian Folk Dances. In 2001, Marieta founded the first Bulgarian performing dance group in Boston “The Roses”. Since 2004, Marieta has been a co-choreographer and performer for the Bulgarian folk dance ensemble “Ludo Mlado
  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. If you would like to donate, click here >>
VIDEOS FROM PAST CELEBRATIONS


See videos from past celebrations here

http://centermadara.com/video.htm





Todor Ialamov

Vasil Nenkov

 Our friends  

David Flashenberg

emona