Month: October 2014

World Premiere of Georgiev’s Triptych: London, 26 Nov 2014

The World Premiere of Martin Georgiev’s Triptych for Violin and Piano was given by Yana Burova – Violin, and Fiammetta Tarli – Piano, at a recital on 26 November 2014 at 7.30 PM at The Salvation Army Regent Hall (275 Oxford Street, London W1C 2DJ), within the framework of the 3rd London Festival of Bulgarian Culture (LFBC), alongside music by  Tchaikovky, Vladigerov, Bartok, Khachaturian, Kutev and Vulchanov. The three pieces comprising Georgiev’s Triptych were composed between 2009 and 2013, and the last of them – Guiding Star, written for Burova and Tarli received its world premiere at the concert. Midnight Song was commissioned by the Royal Academy of Music for The Story of London initiative of the Mayor of London and premiered by Helena Nichols and Charlene Farrugia within the framework of the festival in 2009. In this piece Georgiev was asked “to predict his late style” as an imaginary reference to the future of music in London.

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Martin at RB, ROH Covent Garden

Martin Georgiev is cover conductor for the Royal Ballet production of Quadruple Ashton bill at the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, London, opening on 18 October,

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