Maestro Nayden Todorov

    • Paganini of the trumpet to perform in Sofia

      Paganini of the trumpet to perform in Sofia

      Sergei Nakariakov - one of the greatest trumpet players of our time - will be a soloist of the Sofia Philharmonic on 13 May, under the direction of maestro Nayden Todorov. He agreed to include Bulgaria in his programme after the violinist Ray Chen announced he could not come to the country due to travel difficulties caused by the coronavirus crisis.

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    • Gidon Kremer with two concerts in Sofia

      Gidon Kremer with two concerts in Sofia

      The great violinist Gidon Kremer will take part in the new season of Sofia Philharmonic. He was to come to Sofia at the end of last year but due to the coronavirus crisis he had to postpone his concerts. Now he will present two programmes in Bulgaria Hall. On 18 April at 11am he will perform under the baton of maestro Nayden Todorov. Uros Lajowitz will be the conductor of his second concert on 22 April at 7pm.

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    • Virtuoso violinist to play in Sofia

      Virtuoso violinist to play in Sofia

      Esteemed Russian violinist and Grammy Award winner Maxim Vengerov is set to give a concert together with the Sofia Philharmonic under the conduction of Maestro Nayden Todorov. The event will take place on 11 February as part of the European Music Festival 2021. This appearance will mark Maxim Vengerov's third visit to Bulgaria and his first one to an acoustic hall. The violinist's previous brilliant performances for the Bulgarian audience were in 2006 and 2018.

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    • Maestro Nayden Todorov: Music is my destiny

      Maestro Nayden Todorov: Music is my destiny

      Live concerts and concerts streamed online are two completely different experiences that have different impact on people. They should not be compared and contrasted. Let us also not forget that we are living in the 21st century. The exact opposite may actually happen - concerts streamed online may help us reach audiences who, without necessarily having a good idea of it, have until now thought of our art form as obsolete, says Maestro Nayden Todorov in an interview to EUROPOST.

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