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Concerts dedicated to Russian culture held in Bulgaria

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Concerts dedicated to Russian culture held in Bulgaria


Concerts dedicated to Russian culture were held in various cities of Bulgaria, including Plovdiv, Haskovo, Tryavna, Sofia, Dobrich, Dimitrovgrad, Blagoevgrad, Shumen, Targovishte, and Kableshkovo, as part of the "Art Saves the World" project from November 4 to December 4. The initiative was organized by the art center Slavic Culture with support from the Russkiy Mir Foundation.

The event drew over a 1000 spectators, including representatives from Russian and Russophile clubs, US and Turkish diasporas, as well as Bulgarian citizens from various backgrounds such as the Orthodox Bulgarian Church, educators, businessmen, and more.

Leaders of Bulgarian organizations highlighted the importance of such projects in preserving the friendship between the two Slavic people, emphasizing shared religion, script, and history.

Sergey Trapeznikov, Svetlana Trapeznikova, Ksenia Trapeznikova, Dimitar Petkov, the ensemble "Ryabinushka," Kalin Naydenov, and others were among artists who performed in the frames of the event.

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