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11 years after his first visit to Bulgaria, American rock musician Lenny Kravitz once again sang to Bulgarian audiences. His concert was in the full-fledged Arena Arena Armeec.
He performed his biggest hits as well as tracks from his 11th studio album Raise Vibration.
After the concert in Bulgaria, Kravitz heads to Romania to delight fans in our northern neighbor.
Over 300 musicians from 31 countries will take part in Bucharest and Sibiu, May 9-18, in the 26th edition of EUROPAfest, the only European festival that incorporates jazz, blues and pop music, according to organisers.
Bulgarian culture and education has been widely supported in the past four years in Malta by no less the H.E. Marie-Louise Coleiro Preca, the President of the Republic of Malta. On 11th March 2019 H.E. President Coleiro Preca hosted a concert to mark the 120th years from the birth of the Bulgarian composer Pancho Vladigerov at her official residence at San Anton Palace.
The Government on Wednesday approved the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding for the submission of a joint candidacy of Serbia, Romania, Bulgaria and Greece for the organisation of the European and World Championships of 2028 and 2030 respectively, said the spokesperson for the Government, Nelu Barbu.
Romania's Defence Minister Gabriel Les will be attending, April 4-5, a meeting in Warsaw of the B9 Initiative defence ministers.
The BRUA gas pipeline is fundamental for the European Commission and it is important for the gas to reach Austria regardless of the route to be decided, European Commissioner for Climate Action and Energy Miguel Arias Canete said on Tuesday in Bucharest.
ARC camps are a means of connecting children and young people from Romanian communities everywhere to what Romania means, Prime Minister Viorica Dancila told the launch on Tuesday of a new edition of this programme.