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Damyan Tudzharov
(Teaching Languages : Italian, English, Bulgarian)
Damyan Tudzharov began his Piano studies at the age of five with Elena Peeva, at the School of Music 'Prof. Pancio Vladigherov' of Burgas, in Bulgaria.
He continued his studies at the School of Music of Burgas, and contemporaneously he pursued linguistic studies. In 2000 he earned a degree in both.
He participated successfully in various piano competitions, such as the competition of Provadia, Razgrad, Blagoevgrad, Gabrovo (where he won a special award for the best Schubert performance) and of Pleven.

His performing activity began during his studies, not only as a soloist but also with chamber groups. His performances took place in the most important Bulgarian cities, in Holland (Amsterdam and Alphen), and in France (Lille and Roubaix). From 1999 to 2001 he attended various Piano interpretation courses held by internationally renowned pianists.

In 2001 he was invited by the orchestra of Silven to perform the third concert of Pancio Vladigherov on the occasion of the Bulgarian national day.
He was awarded first place in the National Competition of Russian Music in Sofia, which was followed by an intense performing activity.

In 2001 he moved to Italy and he got a first class honours degree with Paolo Pollice at the Conservatory of Music 'Fausto Torrefranca' in Vibo Valentia (2003), and successively the 2 level Accademic Diploma at the International Politecnico 'Scentia et Ars'.
In the same period he continued his performing activity as a soloist, with chamber groups and he established a piano Duo with Giorgia Alessandra Brustia.

In 2007 he obtained the diploma at the 'S. Cecilia' Academy in Rome with Sergio Perticaroli.
He graduated at the National Academy of Music in Sofia with A.Kurtev, and in 2010 he received his Master's degree from the same academy.

He recorded for Phoenix Classics, with Giorgia Alessandra Brustia, Vittorino Naso and Tarcisio Molinaro ,'Le sacre du primtemps' in an unpublished rewiev for two pianos and percussion, and Bartok's Sonata for two pianos and percussion.
The recording has been received with enthusiasm by the critics, and it has been broadcasted in Italy and abroad.

He cooperates as piano accompanist of various courses and masterclasses (Fabrizio Meloni, Sonig Tchakerian, Calogero Palermo, Luca Benucci, Alba Riccioni, Felice Cusano, Franco Mezzena, Salvatore Crisafulli, Marco Misciagna, Francesco De Leo, etc...).

In 2011 he was invited at the Festival of Russian Music in Burgas, where he performed in a recital entirely dedicated to Rachmaninov, and he received the prize 'Musa d'oro' from the Center of Russian Culture of Sofia.

He worked as a Chamber Music teacher at IMP in Nocera Terinese(CZ), as a Piano teacher at the Musical Institute 'S. Guzzi' of Lamezia Terme, and as a teacher of Musical Technologies at the Musical Highschool of Ancona.

At the present time he teaches Piano at the Conservatory of 'S. Cecilia' in Rome.