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  • Brass Stories

    Brass Stories online project is a concept inspired by present and history of the Bulgarian brass music traditions which includes popular and almost unknown composers, conductors, performing artists, orchestras and ensembles.

    During the school term of 2021 / 2022 our team will present you a series of interactive articles, interviews and music analysis in 4 separate themes:
      Bulgarian symphony and chamber music composers of different generations back to the end of the 19th century till today - all of them inspired by brass instruments;

      Bulgarian performing artists and conductors, famous both in the country and abroad.;

      The next generation of stars in the Bulgarian brass music - their ambitions to popularise classical and contemporary Bulgarian music and to preserve our brass orchestras’ heritage;

      Foreign brass performers and teachers, invited by the Brass Perspectives Association for master classes and other innovative educational structures and initiatives.

    The project is supported by the National Fund of Culture of the Republic of Bulgaria.

    Krassimir Taskov: Contrasts and Landscapes for the Soul

    24 June, 2022

    Prof. Krassimir Taskov graduated from the National Academy of Music with piano with Prof. Julia Ganeva and Prof. Konstantin Ganev and composition with Prof. P. Stoyanov. He attended the composition courses of Ton de Leeuw and Theo Lоеvendiе in the Netherlands and Anatol Vieru in Romania. Since 1999 he has been the head of the […]

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    Cathy Schule: An exquisite fairy tale for trombone, Bulgarian opera and lavender vibes

    20 June, 2022

    She is an elegant American lady with a sunny smile. Born in North Carolina, she graduated from the Oberlin Conservatory (Bachelor of Music Performance, Trombone) and Columbus State University (Master of Music Performance, Trombone). Her career is almost like a round-the-world trip that led the young performing artist from China through Lebanon, Italy and Bosnia […]

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    Prof. György Gyivicsan: An endless trombone adventure or how to be a rock star in 21st century's classical music

    27 April, 2022

    György Gyivicsan graduated from the University of Szeged – Faculty of Music in 2001. After this he got admitted to the college of Freiburg as one of the pupils of the famous trombonist Branimir Slokar. In 2003 he won the prestigious International competition in Porcia (Italy). In 2004 he received an invitation from prof. Slokar […]

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    Prof. Philip Pavlov for the sound Universe, the galaxy Brass and the Trombone in it

    18 March, 2022

    Professor Philip Pavlov, PhD, is one the most successful Bulgarian musicians in the field of contemporary music as a pianist and a composer. He graduated with piano and composition at the National School of Music. Afterwards, he specialized in Composition in Amsterdam. In his nearly 50-years of career experience, he has over 1000 concerts in […]

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    Albena Vrachanska: The most important thing is to keep our love for music and art

    3 February, 2022

    Albena Vratchanska is granddaughter of the distinctive Bulgarian composer Andrei Vratchanski. Albena graduated in piano at the National School of Arts “Panayot Pipkov” in Pleven and continued her studies with composition at the National Music Academy “Prof. Pancho Vladigerov”. In 1996 she moved to Luxembourg to study contemporary composition techniques, music analysis and computer music […]

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