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BTA Receives Varna Prize for Intensive Coverage of City’s Cultural, Social Life
BTA Receives Varna Prize for Intensive Coverage of City’s Cultural, Social Life
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The team of BTA's correspondent bureau receives the Varna Prize for its intensive coverage of the cultural and social life of the city and on the occasion of the 125th anniversary of the agency. This was decided by the Varna Municipal Council at its meeting on Thursday. This is a collective prize for journalism.

The winner of the Varna Prize for outstanding achievements in the field of culture this year is the artist and designer Dimitar Traychev. The prestigious award is given for his overall creativity and his indisputable contribution to establishing high artistic standards in Varna's visual culture.

In the field of literature, the award goes to Krasimir Mashev for his book Mud Baths, published in 2023, in which he describes the heroes of the transition. The winner in the Fine Arts category is Hristo Hristov, who successfully presented his jubilee exhibition last year in Varna, Plovdiv and Germany, thus contributing to the positive image of the city.

For theatre, the individual award is shared by two actors. Konstantin Sokolov from the Stoyan Bachvarov Drama Theatre is awarded for his outstanding acting in the creation of the image of the shoemaker Peter in the performance The Boot. The young actress Maria Tomova receives the award for her captivating portrayal of the title role in the performance Pippi Longstocking. The collective award goes to the team of the State Puppet Theatre for the successful realization and impressive acting work in the musical "Peter Pan".

The winner in the opera category is the Varna State Opera Symphony Orchestra, which was awarded for its high professional skill and artistic achievements. Their colleagues from the Opera Ballet Company are also recognized for their artistic excellence in the new choreographic version of Romeo and Juliet.

By tradition, the Varna Prizes are presented on the eve of May 24, the Day of the Bulgarian alphabet, education and culture.

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