09 october 2020 Young Soloists And Trumpet Player At The Concert at The Opera 12-year-old Olga Doykova and Kostadin Koshnicharov, 10-year-old Vladimir Meranliev and Petar Makedonski are the soloists
An intriguing program has been prepared by the State Opera - Burgas - Chamber Concert on October 13, Tuesday, from 19.00, in the hall of the cultural institution. The concert, in which several talented and reliable young performers, winners of numerous national and international awards, will perform as soloists, is another exciting performance of the artistic groups of the Burgas Opera. The successful stage series continues - after the symphonic concert "Vienna Classics" / conductor - maestro Yordan Dafov /, which officially opened the new Season 2020/2021 of the Burgas Opera, the concert performance "Latino Pulse" - on the 25th September, under the baton of conductor Svilen Simeonov, the comic opera "Beautiful Elena" by Offenbach / September 29 /, the extremely exciting production of "Bohemia" - on October 7, conductor - maestro Ivan Kozhuharov, as well as children's musical performances "Max and Moritz" and "Pinocchio" by Alexander Yosifov.
Behind the conductor's desk of the Chamber Concert on Tuesday will be 30-year-old Tsanislav Petkov, who recently conducted with great success "Pretty Elena" at the Opera Hall, and in August was invited to conduct a concert in the series for children of Fortissimo Familia - " Tales for Trumpet ", in the Hall" Bulgaria "- Sofia, with soloist Peter the Great, trumpet, which will solo with the orchestra of the Burgas Opera on October 13 with Concerto for trumpet and orchestra in E major by Johann Battist Neruda and" Great Russian fantasy ”by Jules Levy.
A galaxy of young soloists awaits the Burgas audience on Tuesday - 12-year-old violinist Olga Doykova. She debuted as a soloist of the orchestra of the State Opera - Burgas - at the Chamber Concert on June 24 this year, at the Opera Hall, which will be remembered as the most unusual stage event in the history of the Burgas Opera - all performers, soloists and orchestra members, as well as the conductor, wore protective masks, and the concert was the first indoor performance since the end of the state of emergency. We expect the bright stage presence of Olga as a soloist of the orchestra again, after her numerous awards at the world and national competitions. She will perform the beautiful romantic violin play by Georgi Zlatev Cherkin "Sevdana", as well as the temperamental composition in the rhythm of the chardash "Hayre, Kati" from Hubai, which, according to the prominent violin teacher Lyudmila Ivanova, who prepares Olga Doykova for her competition and stage performances, performed for the first time in Bulgaria.
For the first time with the orchestra of the Burgas Opera will present another 12-year-old soloist - Kostadin Koshnicharov, a graduate of the piano teacher Julia Nenova-Kehayova, longtime director of NUMSI "Prof. Pancho Vladigerov ”- Burgas. The young pianist also has a remarkable stage biography, despite his fragile age. Kostadin will perform Piano Divertimento by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.
London-born 10-year-old violinist Vladimir Meranliev will perform with the first part of Johann Sebastian Bach's Violin Concerto in A minor. He, like other young soloists, has made a serious request for brilliant performances on world stages and in the future.
The concert program, well balanced and including works that evoke an emotional response, are: "Sarabande, Giga and Badinerie" by Arcangelo Corelli and "Serenade" by Eduard Elgar, performed by the orchestra of the State Opera - Burgas, under the baton of Tsanislav Petkov, concertmaster - Vanya Zlateva.
Tickets for the concert on October 13 in the Opera Hall can be found at the box office of the Opera, at the box office "Clock" / in front of the hotel "Bulgaria" /, as well as in the networks of Eventim and Grabo.
According to the requirements of the Ministry of Health, those present at the concert must wear protective masks, and all necessary anti-epidemic measures will be taken in the hall.
For the conductor and soloists:
Tsanislav Petkov is only 30 years old but has an enviable career as a conductor. Born in Ruse in a family of pianists. He completed his secondary education with a degree in piano at NUMSI "Prof. Pancho Vladigerov ”- Burgas in the class of Julia Nenova. In 2015 he graduated from NMA "Prof. Pancho Vladigerov ”with a degree in opera and symphony conducting in the class of Prof. Plamen Djurov and Assoc. Prof. Dr. Georgi Patrikov. He has conducted many projects as a student, and his debut was as a conductor of the Academic Symphony Orchestra. He was the conductor of the orchestra of the National Musical Theater "Stefan Makedonski" - Sofia.
From the same year until today he is chief artistic director and conductor of the Chamber Orchestra - Haskovo, and since 2017 he is conductor at the State Opera - Burgas. It partners with a number of orchestras in Bulgaria, including the Sofia Philharmonic, the European Youth Symphony Orchestra "Progressive", the Symphony Orchestra - Sliven, the Symphony Orchestra in Vratsa and Vidin, the Chamber Orchestra "Dianopolis" - Yambol, and some of the most Bulgarian solos Svetlin Rusev, Vesko Eshkenazi, Mila Georgieva, Stoyka Milanova and others. In 2020 he graduated from AMTII "Prof. Asen Diamandiev ”- Plovdiv, majoring in Art Management.
Peter MACEDONSKI, trumpet
He was born in 1988 in the city of Sofia in a family of musicians. His grandfather, Prof. Petar Karparov, was the founder of the trumpet school and the first Bulgarian professor in this specialty. From the age of ten, Peter studied trumpet and music theory at NMU "L. Pipkov ”, graduated from the National Academy of Music“ Prof. Pancho Vladigerov ”in the class of Prof. Angel Makedonski. He graduated in 2011, and in 2018 he defended his dissertation and was awarded the degree of Doctor.
He is a laureate of a number of competitions and contests: Academic competition in the department "Brasswind and percussion instruments" of the NMA, National competition for singers and instrumentalists "St. Obretenov ”,“ Young musical talents ”,“ Ohrid pearls ”and others. He was a scholarship holder of the Ministry of Culture.
He has participated many times as a soloist of the Symphony Orchestra of the National Academy of Music, Sofia Philharmonic Orchestra, Sofia Soloists Chamber Ensemble and the Symphony Orchestra of the Bulgarian National Radio and others. He received a Todorov scholarship for his performing achievements.
Even as a student, after a successful competition, he worked as a trumpet soloist in the orchestra of the National Opera in Sofia for 3 concert seasons. Since 2011 he has held the position of the soloist-trumpet player in the BNR Symphony Orchestra. In 2015, together with the pianist Nadezhda Tsanova, they created a chamber duo, with which they became winners of 5 International Chamber Music Competitions. Thanks to these achievements, they won the prestigious award "Musician of the Year" - 2017 on the BNR program "Allegro Vivace" in the "Ensembles" section.
Olga DOYKOVA, violin
Olga Doykova was born in 2007 in the city of Sliven. He started playing the violin from the first grade in NUMSI "Prof. Pancho Vladigerov" - Burgas in the class of Elena Kleppe. Since the age of 8, he has been working with Mrs. Lyudmila Ivanova - a famous violin teacher with extensive experience. Olga is an excellent student and actively participates in the concert life of the school. He has also won numerous awards from national and international competitions:
2016 - First prize at the International Children's Festival "Ship of Arts" - Pomorie;
2017 - First prize at the International Children's Festival "Ship of Arts" - Pomorie;
2018 - First prize, the award of the mayor of Burgas and a scholarship from the fund of the Municipality of Burgas from the National Competition for Young Performers of Bulgarian Music "Varban Varbanov" - Burgas;
2018 - Third prize at the XII International Competition for Young Performers of Classical Musical Instruments - Pernik;
2019 - First prize at the National Competition "Music of Europe" 2019 / MAGIC / - Burgas;
2019 - First prize and master bow from the II National Competition "Alfred Biner" - Sofia;
2019 - Second prize at the XXIII International Music Competition "Hopes, Talents, Masters" - Dobrich;
2020 - First prize at the National Competition "Varban Varbanov" - Burgas
Olga Doykova plays a master violin by the famous luthier Hristo Chesmedjiev, which he gave her in 2018.
In the summer of 2019 and 2020, she was an active participant in the master class of Prof. Mincho Minchev in Varna and played at the final concert of the IMF "Varna Summer".
Kostadin KOSHNICHAROV, piano
He was born on October 1, 2008, in the city of Varna. He is a student at NUMSI “Prof. Pancho Vladigerov ”- Burgas.
At the age of six he began to study piano at the free school of arts at NUMSI with the long-time piano teacher Julia Nenova. His participations in class productions and at the school's "Free Stage of the Young Artist" festival will soon begin.
He was approved for the Municipal Scholarship "Burgas Children" for 2018, was twice awarded a diploma at the annual ceremony of the Municipality of Burgas for his success over the years, and in 2019 was nominated for Student of the Year in the section "Arts". He is a member of the club 2016, 2018, and 2019 of the Successful Children of Bulgaria at the Dimitar Berbatov Foundation.
He has participated in master classes of Ivan Donchev, Prof. Svetlana Karas, Prof. Yuri Bogdanov.
Differences over the years:
- Special Award of the jury of DMF "Misho Todorov" 2016 - Sliven
- Special Award of the Ministry of Finance "Ship of Arts" 2016 - Pomorie
- Second prize at the XII National Competition for Performance of Bulgarian Music "Varban Varbanov" 2016 - Burgas.
- Second prize at the National Competition for Bulgarian Music Performers 2018 - Burgas.
- Third prize at the X International Piano Competition "Classics and Modernity" 2018 - Stara Zagora.
- First prize at the National Competition "Music of Europe" - MAGIC 2019, Burgas.
- First prize at the V International Festival-Competition for musicians-performers and pedagogues "Technique and Style" 2019 - Burgas.
- He was awarded 8 first and 3-second places in online competitions based in Rome, Paris, London, Geneva, Tokyo, Burgas, and in a series of competitions to the international online competition Great Composers for best performance of works by Mozart, Debussy, Mediterranean, and German / Austrian music.
Kostadin is part of the educational quintet "Melody" with teacher Rumyana Dragolova and were awarded the First Prize of the International Art Competition "Joy on the Shore" 2018, Sozopol and two First Prizes of the MF "Ship of Arts", Pomorie in 2018 and 2019
He actively participates in concerts and projects of the school, as well as in events in the city. Most memorable - twice as a soloist of the educational chamber orchestra, with conductor Petya Toncheva and with the quintet "Melody" at the opening of the exhibition of the Burgas artist Zhivko Ivanov in the Parliament.
He is a fan of opera and symphony art. He regularly attends performances at the Burgas Opera and travels the country to hear favorite works and artists.
Vladimir MERANLIEV, violin
He was born in London, Great Britain in 2010. He became interested in playing the violin when he was 5 years old. A few months later he joined the children's violin ensemble "Stars" in Burgas.
When he turned 6, he started receiving lessons from Mrs. Lyudmila Ivanova, a proven pedagogue with many years of experience. The same year he was admitted to NUMSI "Prof. Pancho Vladigerov ”in the city of Burgas in the violin class of Mrs. Elena Kleppe, in which she is currently studying.
So far he has taken part in numerous performances and concerts of the school, and from his participation in competitions he has received the following awards:
2018 - National competition for young performers of Bulgarian music, Burgas, 2nd prize.
2019 - National competition for young instrumentalists "Music of Europe", Burgas, 2nd prize.
2019 - Second National Competition "Alfred Biner", Sofia, 2nd prize
2019 - As part of the International Festival "Varna Summer" takes part in the final concert of the Foundation "Violins of Mincho Minchev" where he receives the size of a violin Laubach, with which he currently plays, Varna, Bulgaria
2019. IMKA Internet music competition - II prize
2019 XLIV International Violin Competition "Prof. N. Simeonova ”, Haskovo, Bulgaria - 2nd prize
2020 Invited to participate in the concert of the winners of the Fifth International Festival "Stage4Kids", Hamburg, Germany
2020 Master class with Prof. Mincho Minchev, Varna, Bulgaria;
2020. Successfully defends the violin received in 2019 at the Mincho Minchev Violins Foundation, Varna, Bulgaria.