The Bulgarian Folklore Ensemble Chinary celebrates its 20 years history

On November 26, 2013 in Hall 1, the Bulgarian folklore Ensemble ” Chinary” and the Festival program “Friends of Bulgaria ” will present a new dance performance – “The Boyars of dance “.

The concert follows several other events, part of the initiative of “Friends of Bulgaria ” for support and promotion of Bulgarian culture

The Boyars of dance

The show tells the 20-year history of the ensemble during which it won the hearts of audiences worldwide. Mr. Asen Pavlov, who is the artistic director of the troupe, has created a brand new , large-scale production that will be presented for the first time to the audience in Bulgaria. Together with the choreographer Anatoly Klochkov, Mr. Pavlov recreates a legend about the great Bulgarians in an original and memorable way, by combining ancient traditional motifs with modern show effects.

Bulgarian Folklore ensemble Chinari 3

The audience will have the pleasure and unique opportunity to enjoy spectacular ancient costumes,captivating lighting and pyrotechnics, and a gorgeous performance to the sounds of the enchanting music of the band ” Bulgara” .

Who are the Bulgarian folklore ensemble Chinary?


Bulgarian Folklore ensemble Chinary

The ensemble was found back in 1993 by the initiative of Asen Pavlov.

” Chinary” is an elite professional ensemble (website, English version). Its performers are talented and beautiful young people who are excellent ambassadors of Bulgaria across the Globe.

The ensemble has presented its performances in Moldova , Greece , USA, Italy , Macedonia, Germany, Serbia , South Korea and France. The artists also annually participate with their attractive folklore program in front of thousands of participants at the International Festival ” Friends of Bulgaria”, held every year in the Bulgarian Black Sea resort Albena.


By the end of September the tickets for the performance – “The Boyars of dance ” are available at promotional prices (from 15 to 30 lev ) in the network of, as well as at the box offices of the National Palace of Culture.