Miroslav Georgiev was born in Sofia, Bulgaria in 1979. He holds master’s degree in piano performance and orchestra conducting from the National Academy of Music (Sofia, Bulgaria) and another master’s in piano performance from the USF School of Music (Florida, USA). His contact with teachers and artists from both Eastern and Western musical traditions has given him a complex, in-depth understanding of piano technique and interpretation. In the same time, his vast experience in different areas of music (chamber music, orquestra conducting, accompanying and even singing) allows him to have an universal and complex approach to all musical genres and epoques.

    Mr. Georgiev is prizewinner in numerous national and international competitions (“Alber Roussel” - Sofia; “Carl Filtch” - Sibiu; “D. Nenov” - Razgrad and others). He has performed with orchestras in Bulgaria and US (including the Florida Orchestra), both as soloist and conductor. Mr. Georgiev has participated in various festivals in Bulgaria, Austria and Brazil (“Sofia Music Weeks”, “Viennese Festival Weeks”, Sozopol’s “Apolonia”, Campos do Jordao's Winter Festival). Miroslav Georgiev maintains an active performance career both as soloist and chamber musician. He has appeared at numerous venues in Bulgaria, Austria, France, US and Brazil, including a solo recital at the Debussy Museum in Paris.

    His solo and chamber performances and recordings, together with his accompanying work for different instruments, voice and dance, have earned him the recognition of both audiences and critics in Europe, USA and Brazil.

    Mr. Georgiev’s repertoire is extensive and covers all musical époques and genres from pre-classic to contemporary music, including some of the greatest masterpieces written for the instrument, such as Ravel's 'Gaspard de la nuit', Balakiriev's 'Islamei', Mussorgsky's 'Pictures at an exhibition' and Tchaikovsky's Concerto for piano and orchestra no.1.

    In 2013 Mr. Georgiev started developing skills as a programmer in Python. He has already accomplished several major projects, both as part of his education and as separate challenges. He has experience with Interactive programming in Python and SQL databases.

    Currently mr.Georgiev lives and works in Sao Paulo, Brazil. He appears regularly on the stages of São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, Belo Horizonte, Brasilia and other cities, performing solo and chamber recitals with renowned musicians.

    Miroslav Georgiev is available for solo and chamber music concerts and events, as well as for professional-grade accompanying in Brazil, Europe and the USA. If you wish to enter in contact, please use the contact form on the site.



    Rice University - Coursera (online) - Principles of Computing specialization (2014 - present)

    University of South Florida School of Music (Florida, USA) - Master of music in Piano Performance (2003 – 2005)

    National Academy of Music ‘Pancho Vladiguerov’ (Sofia, Bulgaria) - Master of Music in Piano Performance; Master of Music in Orchestra Conducting (1997 – 2008)

    National Music School 'L. Pipkov' (Sofia, Bulgaria) - Pre-college studies (1985 – 1997)

    Master classes with various renowned pianists from Russia, Bulgaria, Nederland, France, Brasil and US.


    Professional Experience


    - Teaching and Accompanist Positions

    Symphonic Band of the State of Sao Paulo (Sao Paulo, Brazil) - pianist (2014 - currently))

    Cantareira University (Sao Paulo, Brazil) - accompanist of singing and violins class (2012 - currently)

    Sao Paulo State Music School (Sao Paulo, Brazil) – accompanist of woodwinds and orchestra conducting class (2006 - 2012)

    Presbyterian Church Vila Dom Pedro (Sao Paulo, Brazil) - Pianist (currently)

    First United Church of Christ (Tampa, FL) - Pianist (2005)

    University of South Florida School of Dance - Accompanist of Modern Dance classes (2005)

    Graduate teaching assistant in the University of South Florida  (2003 – 2005)

    TV show 'Who's the best' (Sofia, Bulgaria) - Pianist (2002 - 2003)

    European Vocal Studio – Balchik – head accompanist (2003)

    National School of Music – Sofia – accompanist (2003)

    - Experience with:

    Piano lessons, 

    Accompanying experience with different instruments including violin, viola, cello, flute, oboe, clarinet, trombone, and tuba.

    Extensive vocal accompanying experience.                 

    Orchestra conducting experience, with concert performances of symphonies, instrumental concertos and pieces by Gluck, Mozart, Beethoven, Schumann, Grieg and Brahms.


    Competitions and Awards

    “Alber Roussel” International Piano Competition– Sofia, Bulgaria

    Special prize for best French work performance (2001)

    “Carl Filtch” International Competition -  Sibiu, Romania

    Second prize (2000)

    “Dimitar Nenov” National Competition, Razgrad, Bulgaria

    First Prize (2000)

    Golden National Diploma, received for graduating the National Music School (Sofia, Bulgaria) as Top Student of class ‘97;

    “Luba Encheva” - Special Award for outstanding achievements in music (1997)


    Concerto Performances

    'Laetare' Chamber Orchestra (São Paulo, Brazil - September 2010)

    Academic Orchestra of The Winter Festival of Campos do Jordão (Brazil - July 2006)

    USF Academic Orchestra (FL, USA – April 2005)

    The Florida Orchestra (FL, USA – February 2005)

    Vratza Philharmonic Orchestra (Bulgaria – February 2003)

    Razgrad Philharmony (Bulgaria – May 2000)

    Academic Symphony Orchestra (Sofia, Bulgaria – 1996-2003) - performances as both pianist and conductor


    Solo and chamber recitals

    Numerous solo recitals given during his musical career in Bulgaria, Austria, France, United States and Brazil, including a recital in the Debussy Museum in Paris, France (May – 2002).

    Numerous chamber recitals with violin, cello, flute, trumpet, trombone and others.

    Member of the Ensemble for Electro-acoustic Music in Sofia (2000–2003).  

    Member of pop and rock bands - Mr. White, Blue Summer, Taxi (1998 - 2002)


    Recordings and media appearances

    Boa Vontade TV - Brasil (2012)

    Rede Vida Musical – Brasil (2008, 2009, 2010, 2011)

    Brasilia Super Radio FM - Brazil (2007)

    Cultura FM Radio - Brasil (2006, 2007)

    Classic FM Radio – Sofia (2000, 2002)

    Bulgarian National Television and Radio (1988, 1996, 1999, 2001 e 2003)


    Music Festivals

    Winter Festival of Campos do Jordao, Brazil (2006, 2011)

    'Music of the Spheres' Festival, Bragança Paulista, Brazil (2011)

    Varna Summer Festival, Varna, Bulgaria (2003)

    Festival of contemporary music “Pianissimo”, Sofia, Bulgaria (2001, 2002, 2003)

    Festival “Viena Hollidays”, Viena, Austria (1996, 2002)

    “Apolonia” Festival of Performing Arts, Sozopol, Bulgaria (2002)




    Bulgarian, English and Portuguese – proficiency level

    French – advanced level

    German – intermediate level



    Barroc pieces:

    J. S. Bach: Numerous French and English Suites and Partitas;

    Numerous Preludes and Fugues from “Well Tempered Clavichord” 

    Bach – Liszt: Prelude and Fugue for organ in A minor



    Liszt, Chopin, Rachmanninov, Scrjabin, D. Nenov



    - Classical Sonatas:

    J. Haydn: no. 14, 32, 35, 37, 39, 45, 46, 50, 52

    V. A. Mozart: 1 C major), 2 F major), 3 B flat major), 5 (G major), 7 (C major), 8 (D major), 9 (A major), 10 (C major), 12 (F flat major), 13 (B major), 16 (C major), 19 (D major)

    L. van Beethoven: op.2 N: 2, 3; op. 7; op. 10 N: 1, 2; op. 28; op. 49 N: 2; op. 57 (Appassionata); op.90; op.110                  


    - Romantic Sonatas:

    F. Schubert – Sonata op. 164 (A minor)

    J. Brahms - no. 2

    F. Liszt – H moll Sonata

    S. Rachmanninov – no. 2


    - Contemporary Sonatas:

    S. Prokofiev – no. 6

    S. Barber – Sonata

    D. Shostakovitch - no. 2



    L. van Beethoven no. 3, 4;

    F. Liszt no. 2; 

    P. I. Tchaikovsky no. 1;

    J. Brahms no. 1; 

    S. Rachmanninov no. 2, Variations on a theme by Paganinni;

    F. Mendelssohn - Concerto for violin, piano and orchestra;

    S. Prokofiev no. 1 and 3;

    Pantcho Vladiguerov no. 3;

    I. Stravinsky - Concerto for piano and wind instruments;



        L. van Beethoven: 32 Variations

        F. Mendelssohn: “Songs without Words”; “Serious Variations”

        F. Schubert: “Musical Moments”; Impromptu op. 90 E flat major

        R. Schumann: Carnaval op. 9; Vienese Carnaval op. 26; Tocatta

        F. Liszt: Hungarian Rhapsody no. 2, 6, 7, 12, 13; Spanish Rhapsody; Mefisto Waltz; Legend of St. Paul walking on the waves

        F. Chopin: Balade no. 1; Scherzo no. 2

        M. Mussorgsky: “Pictures at an Exhibition”

        M. Balakiriev: “Íslamei – Eastern fantasy”

        C. Debussy: 24 Preludes; “Stamps”; "Suite for the Piano"; “The happy island”

        M. Ravel: ‘Gaspard de la nuit’ (Demons of the Night); ‘A boat on the ocean’, ‘Alborada del gracioso’

        D. Shostakovitch: Prelude and Fugue no. 24 (D minor);

        D. Nenov: Toccata

        P. Vladiguerov: Improvisation and Toccata ; “Autumn Elegy” ; “Humoresque” ; Bulgarian Rhapsody “Vardar”; 'Perpetuum mobile'

        Al. Vladiguerov: “Dilmano – Dilbero” variations

        Camargo Guarnieri: 'Ponteios'