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Krassimir Taskov, piano
Dimiter Tsanev, piano
Lyudmila Gerova, soprano
Ani Atanassova, violoncello
Stoyan Bozhkov, violoncello
Bulgarian National Radio Symphony Orchestra
The names of a number of young composers have won recognition during the last years of the 20th century. Their works bring a new trend to contemporary Bulgarian music. They introduce new ideas, interesting creative concepts and a variety of expressive means. A musician that is prominent for that period is Krassimir Taskov. He is a composer, a brilliant piano performer and a pedagogue (since 2002 he has been a professor at the Prof. Pancho Vladigerov State Music Academy in Sofia). He completed his degrees in piano (1981) and composition (1984) at the Music Academy. His ongoing performance activity includes collaborations with chamber ensembles and distinguished Bulgarian musicians as Lydia Oshavkova, Anatoli Krastev, Lyubomir Dinolov, Dimiter Tsanev, Ani Atanassova, etc. His musical partnership of over fifteen years with pianist Velislava Georgieva has been especially intensive. He has over twenty years of teaching experience. Along with his performing and teaching activity, Krassimir Taskov has also composed a large number of works: for symphonic orchestra, chamber music, concertos for different instruments, piano pieces, works for two pianos, various vocal and choral works, an opera-musical.
Archaic Pictures for piano (1980)
 Bell chime 235
 Night voices 331
 Babblers 155
 Ruins 304
 Heathen dance 3'25''
 Mutuality for two pianos (1998) 927
 Nava Fragments II (1999) for soprano, flute, viola, harp, and piano Lyrics: Ivan Metodiev 1115
 Pezzo diafonico for two violoncellos(2002) 527
 Transfiguration ēV for symphony orchestra (1997) 1730
total time 58'14''