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Participation of the Consulate General associated with Bulgaria in New York within cultural and educational events during the 30 days of October

During the month of Oct the Consulate General associated with Bulgaria in New York promoted and/or took part in several cultural and educational occasions within its consular district:

  • Concerts, incl. the concert in New York offering Teodosii Spasov and Vlatko Stefanovski , which was warmly accepted from the Bulgarian community; performances by Bulgarian Concert Evenings in New York ; a concert at Lincoln Center featuring Bulgarian music artists;
  • Folklore festivals and performances , incl. the 6 th Yearly Folklore Festival “Na Megdana” in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, the Fall Festival of Kindness in Massachusetts, a performance by “Ludo Mlado” Dancing Group, etc .;

  • Worldwide Food festival , arranged by the Society of Foreign Consuls in New York, at which the Bulgarian Consulate Common presented traditional Bulgarian meals and wines and asked prominent members of the Bulgarian community;
  • The exhibition Ritual plus Memory: The Ancient Balkans and Beyond at the New York University’s Start for the Study of the Ancient World showcasing 32 artifacts representing the spirit as well as the way of life of the ancient communities, which inhabited the areas of Bulgaria and Southeastern Europe during the early ages of the development of the civilizations;
  • Academic projects simply by students from the Bulgarian Weekend Schools;
  • Display of the literary work from the world well-known Bulgarian writer Georgi Gospodinov at Columbia University.
  • The particular Consul General of Bulgaria in New York Mr. Angel Angelov took part in a trip of Manhattan’s Jewish Reduce East Side, organized from the American Jewish Committee , which presented the history from the Jewish immigration community, residing in this neighborhood at the end of the 19 th century. It included visits to a few synagogues as well as other Jewish cultural and historic landmarks. More than 40 diplomats from 25 countries took part in the tour.  


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