Arts in Bloom: A Valentine's Event with the Sofia Philharmonic Orchestra
- Haas Center for the Arts
Register by December 31st for a chance to win 2 complementary tickets to the show.
Kick off your Valentine’s Day celebration with an intimate gathering of fellow Huskies and evening of music by the Sofia Philharmonic Orchestra.
Join us for a pre-show reception for Bloom alumni and Arts in Bloom sponsors starting at 6:00 p.m. on the 2nd floor of Haas Center for the Performing Arts. Complimentary appetizers and beverages will be provided by the Office of Alumni and Professional Engagement. The performance begins at 7:30pm.
The pre-show reception is FREE for alumni and $10 for each guest. Tickets to the performance can be found on the Arts in Bloom website and are $20 for the general public; $15 for senior citizens 65+; $15 fir children 17 & under; and $5 for current Commonwealth University students. You must purchase your tickets for the 7:30pm performance separately.
**Register by December 31st for a chance to win two complementary tickets to the show. Winners will be selected via random drawing and will be contacted on January 2
RSVP deadline: Feb 2, 2024
**If you are already an Arts in Bloom Sponsor, please RSVP for the pre-show reception with the Box Office.
Learn more about becoming an Arts in Bloom Sponsor.
About the Show from Arts in Bloom:
The repertoire of the Sofia Philharmonic comprises works from the entire historically available range of music – from classical to contemporary opuses, including premiere performances of numerous works by Bulgarian composers. The orchestra has garnered substantial recognition all over the world. It has guest-performed with great success in the major musical centres across Europe (Austria, Belgium, Great Britain, Germany, Greece, Italy, Spain, Luxembourg, Netherland, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia, Slovenia, Turkey, France, Croatia, Switzerland), Asia (China, Korea, Singapore, Taiwan, Japan), and North America, and has received frenetic acclaim even from the most demanding of audiences. The Sofia Philharmonic Orchestra was awarded many prestigious accolades including: “Musician of the Year” , “Golden Lyre” , “Golden Stave”, “Golden Quill”, “Crystal Lyre”, the Honorary Sign of Sofia, the Honorary Sign of the President of Bulgaria. From 2017, general director of the Sofia Philharmonic is maestro Nayden Todorov.