“Ivan Vulpye” Concert Hall has been an architectural monument of culture since 1930’s; the building is part of the Burgas Philharmonic and is part of the rich history of music art in the city. Every year the hall hosts a number of cultural events – chamber, symphonic and ballet concerts, recitals, film showings and international competitions. With its diverse cultural programme, “Ivan Vulpye” Concert Hall attracts its audiences not just from among local citizens but visitors too.
The Concert Hall is named after Ivan Vulpye – one of the most honoured opera activists in Burgas. In 1970’s he was the chief conductor of the Burgas Philharmonic Orchestra; at this time the Burgas Philharmonic grew not only in size but in terms of its professional carrier and earned the reputation of one of the most prominent Bulgarian orchestras.