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BULGARIAN NATIONAL RADIO SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA - DE FALLA - RAVEL - HINDEMITH

BULGARIAN NATIONAL RADIO SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA - DE FALLA - RAVEL - HINDEMITH
ID: GD260
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Collection: Orchestral Works
Subcollection: Orchestra

With this release Gega New presents an interesting programme, which includes some European composers from different schools of composing. The Bulgarian National Radio Symphony Orchestra, one of the leading formations in the Balkans, conveys magnificently the style and creative conception of the works. With its concert activities throughout the country, numerous successful tours abroad and extensive recording career, the orchestra has long become a model of high artistic and professional standard.
Milen Nachev is one of the most talented young Bulgarian conductors. He graduated from the Sofia State Academy of Music and in 1979. Following a competition, he began his studies at the Saint Petersburg Conservatoire, in Prof. Ilya Mussin's class in conducting, from which he graduated with honours, majoring in choral and orchestra conducting. After graduation, he began work at the Rousse Opera Theatre. In 1989 he specialised with Prof. Gennady Rozhdestvensky at the Chigiana Academy of Sienna, Italy. In the same year he was appointed principal conductor and artistic director of the Rousse Opera. In 1992 he was on an ANFIAC (UNESCO) internship and his managing practice was with the Paris Symphony Orchestra. He graduated in 1993 from the University of Burgundy in Dijon, France and began working as conductor at the Sofia Opera. In 1994, Mr. Nachev was invited to conduct the Bulgarian National Radio Symphony Orchestra and in the following year he headed this orchestra as its principal conductor. It was with this orchestra that Maestro Nachev has toured successfully in Germany, France and Spain and has made numerous recordings, world premieres including, of contemporary works for the sound collection of the Bulgarian National Radio. As visiting conductor he has worked with the orchestras of the Paris National Opera, the Klagenfurt Philharmonic (Austria), the Accademia Concordi Orchestra - Rome (Italy), the Bucharest National Radio Orchestra. In 1999 he was also appointed Principal Conductor of the Belgrade Radio and Television Symphony Orchestra. He has directed master classes in conducting at the Lyceo Academy in Barcelona, Spain and in Opava, the Czech Republic.
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INA KANCHEVA, soprano - VERDI - BELLINI - PUCCINI - GOUNOD - DONIZETTI

INA KANCHEVA, soprano - VERDI - BELLINI - PUCCINI - GOUNOD - DONIZETTI
ID: GD280
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Collection: Vocal and Opera Collection
Subcollection: Opera

At the time when the great opera singer Montserrat Caballe had a concert-recital in Sofia, she chose to present to the audience one of her students - the young singer Ina Kancheva. This was not only an indication of politeness to the host country. Ina Kancheva's performance was brilliant and she proved to be a worthy partner to her world-famous teacher. Ina Kancheva was born in Sofia and while still a child, she showed a talent for singing (between 1986 and 1994 she was member and soloist of the Bulgarian National Radio Children's Choir). In 1996-2000 she was a student at the Pancho Vladigerov State Academy of Music in Sofia, in Associate Professor Jasmina Kostova's class. In the 1997-1998 period she specialized at the European Opera Centre in Manchester. Since the year 2000 she has been a regular participant in Montserrat Caballe's master classes in Andorra, and since 2001 she has been working with Raina Kabaivanska. Ina Kancheva has taken part in a number of prestigious international festivals, in numerous gala concerts and opera performances in Bulgaria and throughout the world. She has performed on the opera stages of Stara Zagora, Varna, Plovdiv, Andorra, Sarajevo, Skopje, Madrid, etc. She has been constantly enriching her repertoire and currently it includes many of the major soprano parts along with some rarely performed parts in works like Carl Orff's Carmina Burana and Sergei Rachmaninoff's The Bells.
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DMITRI SHOSTAKOVICH - Works for Cello - Alexander Somov, violoncello

DMITRI SHOSTAKOVICH - Works for Cello - Alexander Somov, violoncello
ID: GD307
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Collection: Cello Collection
Subcollection: Piano and Cello

The works selected for the program are a great challenge to every cello player. They were first performed by the famous Mstislav Rostropovich (the Concert) and Victor Kubatski (the Sonata) - one of the founders of the first string quartet, the Stradivarius. A period of 25 years divided the creation of the Sonata (1934) and the Concert (1959). During this period Shostakovich’s music was both recognized and rejected, which was a result of the atmosphere in which he lived. Nevertheless, Shostakovich remained true to the high ideals of the Russian intelligentsia. During one of his most difficult periods, he wrote the suite of pieces to the film “The Gadfly” and the Ballet suites (between 1951 and 1955).
The program selected features different stages in the work of Dmitri Shostakovich. In Alexander Somov’s interpretation the music flows freely, with direction and confidence and an amazing maturity for his age. Somov was born in Sofia into a family of musicians. While still a student at the music school in Sofia, he concertized throughout Bulgaria, as well as in Germany, Italy, Greece, Spain and Israel. Upon graduation he was awarded a full scholarship to the Guildhall School of Music & Drama in London, where he joined the cello class of Prof. Stefan Popov. He continued his successful career by giving concerts in Europe and participating in international festivals. In 1993 he received the first prize and gold medal in the Young Musical Talents National Competition in Sofia; in 1994 he was second prizewinner in the Earth and People International Competition; in 1996 he won the First Alexander Tansman International Competition in Lodz, Poland; in 1997 he took first prize in the International Music Competition of the Polish Cultural Institute in London. He was also a recipient of the Guildhall School of Music & Drama Gold Medal, the highest honour of the British music conservatories. In the year 2000 he was appointed solo cellist of the Northern Sinfonia chamber orchestra in Newcastle.
He is a regular guest principal cellist with the London Philharmonic, Halle Orchestra, and Scottish Chamber Orchestra, and in April 2006 assumed his new post as Violoncelle Super Soliste of the Orchestre Philharmonique de Strasbourg. He is also a professor at the National Conservatory - Strasbourg.
Besides being influenced by his teachers, Stefan Rounevski and Stefan Popov, a support to his development as a cellist has always been his mother, the pianist Bogdana Popova, whose teachers were Lydia Kuteva and Tamara Yankova. Popova took her post-graduate studies in the Czech Republic, where she worked with Prof. Karel Yandera and V. Vodrovic. She has performed with great success in Bulgaria and in Italy, France, Germany, Great Britain, Czech Republic and Greece. She has made numerous studio recordings for Bulgarian National Television and Radio, the Balkanton label, Radio Munich, Czech television and the Supraphon label, and the Italian television network (RAI). Currently, Bogdana Popova is a professor in piano at the Bulgarian Academy of Music.
The Bulgarian National Radio Symphony Orchestra, which is one of the country’s oldest and most respected ensembles, also participates in the recording, conducted by Milen Nachev.
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ALEXANDER TEKELIEV - Compositions

ALEXANDER TEKELIEV - Compositions
ID: GD315
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Collection: Choral Collection
Subcollection: Choir

The composer and music pedagogue Alexander Tekeliev is the author of musical scenic works, 2 oratorios, vocal and symphonic works, symphonies for string orchestra, chamber and instrumental works, vocal cycles, solo and choral songs; music for children, solo songs for children; arrangements for folk choirs, soundtracks to films, etc. He studied at the Prof. Pancho Vladigerov State Academy of Music in Sofia and completed his master degree in composition with Prof. Vesselin Stoyanov. Alexander Tekeliev furthered his studies in composition and orchestration in Budapest with Attila Bosai (1980) and in Paris with Michel Filippo (1982). Since 1977 he has been teaching at the Prof. Pancho Vladigerov State Academy of Music and since 1991 he is Professor of Composition and Symphony Orchestration.
A great part of his works have been published in Bulgaria and throughout the world and many of them have been performed in France, Italy, Greece, Japan, Hungary, Portugal, Russia, Ukraine, Sweden, Poland, Germany, Austria, Mexico, Norway, etc.
The three compositions which are included in the present album differ greatly regarding emotional impact and expressive means. While Roots is entirely influenced by the unique Bulgarian way of singing and spirit, Symphony - Requiem No. 4 is a powerful work, dedicated to the victims of terrorism. It was inspired by the tragic events of September 11th, 2001 in New York. Even though the composer uses again the expressive means of the specific folk voices, their purpose is to reinforce the author’s suggestion of the universal tragedy. The third piece Happy Birthday is written in the style of a playful joke. The motif of the well-known song appears from behind some familiar tunes by Liszt, Puccini, Strauss, Mozart, Offenbach, Tchaikovsky… It is full of humour, ingenuity, virtuosity and profound command of the art of composing.

Participating:
"Cosmic Voices" Female Folk Choir
Bulgarian National Radio Symphony Orchestra
Vanya Moneva
Milen Nachev
Naiden Todorov
Martin Panteleev
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MIROSLAV DANEV

MIROSLAV DANEV
ID: GD342
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Collection: Orchestral Works
Subcollection: Chamber Orchestra

Composer Miroslav Danev presents an interesting programme featuring works composed during 1986-2007. He writes mainly instrumental compositions - for symphony and string orchestra, chamber works for wind quintet, string quartet, sonatas, piano pieces. His works have been performed in Bulgaria and abroad (the Czech Republic, Georgia, Russia, the UK, the USA). Some of them were written specially for renowned Bulgarian musicians. A part of his compositions are published in New York by Dr. Raoul R. Ronson, President of Seesaw Music Corp.
Miroslav Danev (b. 1958) graduated from the “Pancho Vladigerov” National Academy of Music as a flutist. He attended composition classes under Prof. Marin Goleminov and Krassimir Kyurkchiisky. He took part in composition master classes under Ton de Leeuw. Since 1987 Miroslav Danev has been working as a Sound Engineer and Music Consultant at the Bulgarian National Radio’s Studio Recording Department.

Performers: Kremena Acheva - flute, Kostadin Iotzov - oboe,
Vangel Tangarov - clarinet, Yasen Teodosiev - horn, Ivanka Marinska - bassoon, Christo Christov - flute, Mario Angelov - piano, Lyudmil Nenchev - violin,
Nanko Dimitrov - violin, Ognian Konstantinov - viola, Christo Tanev - cello
Bulgarian National Radio Symphony Orchestra
Conductors: Milen Nachev, Grigor Palikarov, Georgi Andreev
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