Tsvetan Krumov was born in 1986 in Sofia. In 2006 he was admitted to Prof. Pancho Vladigerov National Academy of Music, majoring in opera and symphonic conducting in the class of prof. Plamen Djourov and choral conducting in the class of prof. Miroslav Popsavov. He graduated in 2012 and until 2015 was a full-time PhD student and assistant professor in the class of opera and symphonic conducting of prof. Plamen Djourov. As part of his Doctoral thesis he restored and performed the unknown symphonic works of Nikola Atanasov. He has also conducted various choral formations. Since 2015, he has been working as a conductor of the Youth Symphony Orchestra and lecturer in music analysis at Çukurova University, Adana, Turkey.
While still a student, Tsvetan Krumov conducted the following premieres for Bulgaria: Peter Lindpaintner’s Sinfonia Concertante in B-flat major for wind quintet, Op.36, Juan Arriaga’s Symphony in D minor, Reinhard Kalleske’s Concerto for French horn and orchestra, Nikola Atanasov’s Symphony No 3.
Tsvetan Krumov has performed with various musical ensembles in Bulgaria and Turkey. As a composer his works have been performed in Turkey. In September 2014, after a meticulous selection of candidates from all over the world, Tsvetan Krumov was selected to participate in the final rounds of the 54th edition of one of the most prestigious conducting competitions, the International Besançon Competition for Young Conductors. From 2017 to 2022 he was conductor at Varna Theater and Music Production Center, leading the opera choir, conducting opera and operetta performances and symphony concerts. He is the conductor-director of My Fair Lady (2019) and The Czardas Queen (2018). He is currently directing the National Philharmonic Choir.