Evgeny Genchev - Piano (R. Bulgaria)

Bulgarian pianist Evgeny Genchev has been steadily gaining wider recognition and
critical acclaim. He has given numerous performances across Europe,
North America, Asia and Australia, and has won prizes at more than fifteen national
and international piano competitions.

Evgeny has appeared on TV channels such as RTL, ARD, ZDF, Deutsche Welle, Pro7
among others. He has also performed on shows such as Heidi Klum’s Next Top
Model, MoMa, Willkommen 2017 (at Brandenburg Gate for over 800 thousand
people), PaRus Festival, Dubai alongside Luka Šulić and Filip Kirkorov, Helene
Fischer Christmas Show alongside Helene Fischer and Schlagerbooom alongside
Andreas Gabalier.

Genchev has performed in many renowned concerts halls: Kaufman Centre, New
York; Philharmonie, Munich; Alte Oper, Frankfurt; Bridgewater Hall, Manchester;
Mercedes-Benz Arena, Berlin; Centro Nacional de las Artes, Mexico City;
Westfalenhallen, Dortmund; LSO St Luke’s and Milton Court Hall, London; Glinka
Philharmonic Hall, St Petersburg; Philharmonic Hall, Warsaw; National Centre for
the Performing Arts (NCPA), Beijing; and National Palace of Culture, Sofia.

In recent seasons he performed with the Orquesta Filarmónica de la UNAM
(OFUNAM) in Mexico City, the Polish Baltic Frederic Chopin Philharmonic in
Gdansk, the LISMA Festival Orchestra in New York, OSUANL in Monterrey, and the
Plovdiv Symphony Orchestra, collaborating with conductors such
as Massimiliano Caldi, Arkady Leytush, Jesus Medina, Yan-Pascal Tortelier and Jan

Evgeny Genchev was born in Bulgaria and began his piano studies at the Dobrin
Petkov National School of Music and Dance. On completion of his course, Genchev
was presented with the Dobrin Petkov Grand Award for Achievements in Music.
Genchev continued his education at the Royal Academy of Music in London, and the
International Piano Academy ‘Incontri col Maestro’ in Imola, Italy. He has also
finished the Artist Diploma programme at the Guildhall School of Music & Drama in
London after graduating with distinction from the Master in Performance course.

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