Bulgarian-born pianist Tania Stavreva has established herself as a gifted young artist in the standard repertoire, as well as a specialist in 20th- and 21st-century works. Ms. Stavreva is a graduate of the "Dobrin Petkov" Music School in Bulgaria, where she studied with renowned pedagogue Rositsa Ivancheva. She went on to earn her Bachelor's Degree from Boston Conservatory, where she was a student of Michael Lewin and the winner of the 2005 Chamber Music Honors Competition, the 2006 Lee Piano Scholarship and the 2007 Piano Honors Competition. She has performed at such venues as Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall, Steinway and Steinert Halls, Paul Hall at Lincoln Center, Yamaha Artist Services Piano Salon in New York, Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, Williams and Brown Halls in Boston, Boston Public Library, National Ethnographic Museum in Bulgaria, and Cathedral San Lorenzo in Perugia, Italy. She is one of the first pianists of her generation to perform modern classical music at such rock venues as Webster Hall in New York and Paradise Rock Club in Boston. Ms. Stavreva has appeared with the Boston Conservatory Symphony Orchestra and Sinfonia Perugina under conductors Bruce Hangen and Enrico Marconi. She is a regular participant at numerous summer festivals, including the International Keyboard Institute & Festival in New York, New England Conservatory’s Summer Institute for Contemporary Performance, Pianofest in the Hamptons, Music Fest Perugia and Varna Summer International Music Festival in Bulgaria. In April 2009, Ms. Stavreva performed her Carnegie Hall debut as the winner of the Artists International Presentations Winners Series.
In her free time Tania enjoys cooking and modeling :) ... that is why we made a fun photo shooot :)
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