The three pupils of the National School of Fine Arts “Ilia Petrov” will be present at the premiere of Wagner’s last opera
Unusually started the press conference at the Sofia Opera, dedicated to the upcoming premiere in Bulgaria of Richard Wagner’s work “Parsifal”. In the presence of journalists, of the artistic team and the performers in Wagner’s last opera three pupils of the National School of Fine Arts “Ilia Petrov” were distinguished among the participants at the competition on theme “The Legend of Parsifal and the Quest for the Holy Grail”.
The distinguished Mira Dzhantova, Todor Rabadzhiyski and Preslav Vladov were awarded their diplomas and invitations for the premiere of “Parsifal” by the director of the work Plamen Kartaloff, Director of the Sofia Opera.
The Manager of the artistic team from specialty “Illustration and Layout of the Book” Aleksandra Gogova, Professor at the school and at the National Academy of Art, thanked on behalf of all the participants at the competition for its holding. Besides the distinguished ones, their works presented also the students from the tenth and eleventh class at the National School of Fine Arts Aleksandar Todorov, Irina Dzhonkova, Kristina Ivanova, Mihail Kostov, Georgi Dobryanski, Bogomil Lyubikov, Zhoro Metodiev, Nia Tsenkova and Lyudmila Otuzbirova.
Their 12 posters and graphical imprints, selected for participation in the competition, together with a work of a first-year student from specialty “Advertisement Design” of the National Academy of Art, will be exposed at the Central foyer of the Sofia Opera on the days of the four premiere spectacles of “Parsifal” – 4, 6, 8 and 10 July at 18:00 h.