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Bulgarian piano prodigy Deltcho Deltchev

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Deltchev has performed extensively throughout the United States and Europe


Bulgarian-born pianist Deltcho Deltchev will give a recital Saturday, March 31, at 7 p.m. at the Lyndon South Auditorium on the campus of  Tabor Academy, 85 Spring St. The concert is free.

Deltchev has performed extensively throughout the United States and Europe. Notable venues include: Warner Recital Hall in Cleveland (USA), the Museum of Fine Arts in Montgomery, Lorraine Hansberry Theater in San Francisco, Geothe Institute and the Chilton Club in Boston, New Mexico Recital Hall Center (USA), Merkin Hall in New York, Casa Verdi in Milan (Italy), Castel Franco Palace in Venice, Chelsea Schubert Festival in London, Chapell Royal and St.Paul Cathedral in Brighton (UK).

Deltchev began piano studies at the age of 5, entering the Special School for Gifted Children in Haskovo as one of their youngest students. A year later, he presented his first solo recital, and shortly afterward, won first prize in both the Haskovo State Music Competition (1984) and the Nedialka Simeonova Piano Competition (1985).

After entering the Plovdiv School of Music in 1986, Deltchev toured Bulgaria, and made his orchestral debut with the Haskovo Symphony Orchestra that was broadcast on BNR. The following year Deltchev received a full merit scholarship from Oberlin Conservatory in Ohio, where he earned a performance diploma. He continued his studies with full merit scholarships from San Francisco Conservatory and again at Indiana University at Bloomington, where he completed a graduate performance diploma with Evelyine Brancart.


Source:   Wickedlocal.com

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