Past events

Past Events for 2019-2022…


Theodosii Spassov & Vlatko Stefanovski (11/04/2022)

Theodosii Spassov & Vlatko Stefanovski, two musical giants from the Balkans, weave traditional music from their homelands with jazz to create their own unique style. Tickets are now on sale.

Friday, November 4
Town Hall Seattle

Christmas concert 2020 (12/19/2020)

Dear Friends,

The Bulgarian Cultural and Heritage Center of Seattle is happy to announce the upcoming Christmas concert, which this year will take place virtually.

2020 has been an unprecedented and challenging year for all of us. Although we can’t all gather due to the current circumstances, we believe that the creative compilation that we’ve put together will help you experience the magic of the Bulgarian music and dancing, as presented by our favorite local performers.

Please help us spread the word by sharing the date and time of the event with friends and relatives. The advantage of this year’s performance is that it can be viewed from every part of the world. Let’s gather virtually to enjoy the beauty of the Bulgarian folklore.

Date: 12/19/2020

Time: 7:00pm

Place: In the convenience of your home

Link to the concert:


Svet Radoslavov and Viktor Samsonov concert (01/19/2020)

January’s holidays Seattle 2020

Both are Bulgarians.

One enchanted with his violin the jury of America’s got talent.

The other returns from Bangkok to his homeland with a special invitation by the XFactor.

One is known as the golden violin of Bulgaria.

The other is a virtuoso of voice and guitar improvisations. 

They are known to the Bulgarian public in Seattle separately.

Don’t miss the opportunity to see them live together for the first time.

They are beautiful, young, talented.

They are Svet Radoslavov and Viktor Samsonov.

They will blow up the audience on 19.01.2020 from 21:00 in Villa Verdi 12360 Lake City Way NE, Seattle, WA 98125 (to our kind hosts Kancho and Petya). Admission $30 dollars with advance reservations by phone +1206 361-1188 They are the kings of night parties and guarantee your good mood. They will make the general celebration of St. Vasil’s Day, Jordan’s Day, St. John’s Day, St. Anthony’s Day and St. Athanasius’ Day unforgettable. Places are shrinking. You can expect special surprises.

Тraditional Christmas concert (12/14/2019)

To all friends of the Bulgarian community in Seattle!

The brightest of the brightest holidays is quickly approaching, and once again it is time to invite all of you to our traditional Christmas concert.

This year it will be different. It will be even warmer, more family oriented, inspired by the stories of local Bulgarians. This year you won’t only be​ the audience. This year, for the first time, you are its creators as well.

A big THANK YOU to all of you who sent us your​ personal stories, and for all​ the black and white pictures! Thanks to you, our children and grandchildren will know more about our​ homeland. Thanks​ to you, the connection between generations remains strong.

You are cordially invited to be part of this Christmas celebration on December 14th at 6:30 PM at the Kirkland Performance Center.

Tickets can be purchased here:
We look forward to seeing you all there!

The after party will take place at the Fulcrum Coffee Roaster (4660 Ohio Ave S, Ste A, Seattle, WA 98134) at 9:30 PM.

Light snacks and​ drinks​ will be provided, with lots of music, dancing and great atmosphere brought to you by PetarAleksiev – Usmivkata.

Adults only, free admission.


Poor France (Горката Франция) (11/16/2019)

This is a comedy about generational clash, sexual orientation, values, ideals and love in its different shapes and dimensions.

Carco TheaterRenton, WA

November, 16 2019 at 7PM

Tickets at:

Parental discretion is advised, 18+

Enjoy the show!


Мasters of Comedy (10/11/2019)

Ticket link: 

“Masters of Comedy” is a satirical comedy and musical show about news, events and life in Bulgaria and Europe. 

The stage is some kind of “television studio” with multimedia and dynamic lighting. The stage resembles the late evening shows known to Bulgarian viewers from the long-standing incarnations of famous and beloved Bulgarian actors Georgi Mamalev, Kamen Vodenicharov and Toncho Tokmakchiev. Current topics in contemporary Bulgarian politics, economics, media, arts, lifestyle and new music are presented to viewers in an ironic and fun way. On the stage stand heroes and characters from the Bulgarian reality, played by popular comedians, who through conditional “interviews”, “reports”, “live TV broadcasts” and “witness stories” recreate the excitement of present-day Bulgaria. The three artists perform on stage in several different comic and serious images. 

The performance includes sketches, lyrics and characters from TV and theater formats recreated over the years by the actors. The show features some of the most popular songs in the history of TV shows “Ku-ku“, “Channel”, “UFO” and “The Channel Show”. 

Georgi Mamalev, Kamen VodenicharovToncho Tokmakchiev. 

Tickets are $ 35 and $ 40 (depending on seats), $ 45 at the door.



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