Tsvetan Krumov

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 […]

Georgi Elenkov

GEORGI ELENKOV is a conductor with a varied practice – from performer of Church Slavonic music, producer and conductor of applied music, producer at the National Radio, conducting lecturer at the Music Academy with a thesis and publication activity. He graduated from the National Academy of Music with a degree in Choral Conducting (2003-2007) and […]

Michel Tabachnik

MICHEL TABACHNIK has led the Brussels Philharmonic Orchestra with great success for many years, and remains conductor emeritus. Nowadays, he is invited by prestigious world ensembles such as the Radio-Sinfonieorchester Stuttgart, the orchestras of the Concerthaus Berlin, Teatro La Fenice in Venice and the St Petersburg Philharmonic, Budapest Festival Orchestra, RAI National Symphony Orchestra, Orchestre […]

Michael Rosenzweig

MICHAEL ROSENZWEIG (1951),  composer and conductor, was born in South Africa. His participation in South African student politics in the 1970s compelled him to leave the country. He pursued his musical education in the United Kingdom and the USA and has lived in the UK since 1979. Michael Rosenzweig is acclaimed as one of the […]

Michael Engelbrecht

The Dutch conductor Michael Engelbrecht was first prize winner of the ‘Blue Danube/Béla Bartók International Opera Conducting Competition’ held in June 2021 in Stara Zagora. Mr. Engelbrecht will debut with several opera houses and orchestras during the 2022/2023 season, besides the Sofia Philharmonic among others with the State Opera Kosice in Slovakia. After his debut […]