prof. Georgi Spasov – flute

For 30 years Georgi Spassov is the principal flute of the Sofia Philharmonic Orchestra and Professor at the Bulgarian National Academy in Sofia. Many significant talents with international career are among his student. He has been the first and only Bulgarian ever invited to take part in First and Second Symposia of the flutists from all over the world, where his creative and pedagogic achievements were highly appreciated. He is an honored jury of the most prestigious National flute competitions as well as of many International ones.
He has assisted famous Professor Andras Adorjan during the master classes at the Varna Summer Music Festival and the March Music Days Music Festival in 1990 and 1992 and every year he has lead numerous master classes in Bulgaria, Cuba, Japan, Sought Korea and others.

prof. petko Radev – clarinet

At the present he works as professor for clarinet at the Academy of Music and Dancing Arts in Plovdiv and the National Academy in Sofia.
Between 1961 – 1974, he is the first solo-clarinet of the Sofia Philharmonic Orchestra., and between 1974 – 1985 he is the first solo- clarinet in the orchestra of first solo-clarinet in the orchestra of the Bulgarian National Milan Scala.
Professor Petko Radev is an outstanding personality, unique performer and a teacher of generations of musicians.

prof. Kevork Mardirossian – violin

Kevork Mardirossian is currently a Rudy professor of violin at the Jacobs school, Indiana University in Bloomington, since 2008. His first solo recital was at age 12, and his intensive concert career started when he won the Gold medal and First prize at the Obretenov Violin Competition in 1978 in Bulgaria, the Gold medal at Katya Popova International music festival in 1979 and several international chamber music competitions in 1985-86 in his duo with pianist Lee Phillips. Since then, Mardirossian has performed as concerto soloist, recitalist and chamber musician throughout Bulgaria, the former Soviet Union and Eastern Europe before moving to Europe, where he developed an impressive solo career, with tours of England, Wales, Italy France, and the U.S., including debuts in London and New York’s Carnegie Recital Hall in 1992. He has appeared as guest artist at international music festivals such as Manuel De Falla in Spain, Shanghai festival in China, in Cheltenham, England, the European Cultural Months, and the International Chamber Music Festival in Plovdiv, Bulgaria, the Czech Festival in Trento, Italy, the Sofia Musical Weeks, among others in France, Germany, Spain, Japan and China and Korea.His education and training are from the Dobrin Petkov Music School in Bulgaria, the Bulgarian State conservatory, the Maison de la Culture in Brussels, and the Guildhall School of Music and Drama in London UK, where he was awarded the Concert artist (Premier Prix) award.Mardirossian’s teachers and mentors were Elena Doikova, Anton H. Atanasov, Vladimir Avramov, Artur Grumiaux, Janos Starker and Yfrah Neaman.In 1980 he became the concertmaster of Plovdiv Philharmonic until 1988 when he moved to the US, where he was appointed artist-in-residence at the University of Central Arkansas. There he also co-founded the Kapelle Trio with pianist Lee Phillips and cellist Felice Farrell, as well as the Heber Springs Chamber Music Festival and Master courses in 1998. From 1995 to 2008, he was the violin professor and String chair at the College of Music and Drama at Louisiana State University.Through the years, Mardirossian has established himself as a highly respected violin pedagogue and devoted mentor to more than 100 outstanding students, many of them winners in numerous national and international competitions. Others, can be found in world’s leading orchestras as concertmasters and principals, as well as teachers in universities in the US, Europe and Asia.
Mardirossian is a British Council Scholar and is the recipient of the Rudy Distinguished Faculty award at Indiana University, LSU Distinguished Faculty Award, and the LSU School of Music Award for Excellence in Teaching, the Galante Professorship, and the prestigious San Diego II Alumni Professorship of Honor.
He is on the jury of several international violin competitions such as: The Henrik Szheryng International Violin competition in Mexico, The Vladigerov international competition In Bulgaria, the Beethoven Violin competition in the Czech Republic, the Shanghai International Violin Competition, among many others.
He has served on the faculties of the International Institute at Round Top, Texas (2001-2008), the Aria String Academy in Massachusetts, the Aurora chamber music festival in Sweden, the Manuel De Falla International courses, in Granada, Spain, the String Academy in Pontedeume, Spain and at the International Master courses in Shanghai Conservatory.
He presents regular master classes in Europe, Asia, South America, and the US in most major schools and universities.

prof. Anatoly Krastev – cello

Since 1972 he teaches at the National Music Academy “P. Vladigerov”, where he is a professor. He leads master classes in France, England, Belgium, The USA, Korea, Greece, Portugal, Brazil, Macedonia and many others.
His students are solo artists, concertmasters and orchestra members on the most celebrated and famous scenes, in prestigious orchestras as well as pedagogues in musical colleges and universities.
At the present, Prof. Anatoly Krastev is vice chancellor of the National Academy.

Chief Assistant professor Ph.D. Atanas Krastev

In 2012 he made his Master Degree in Prof. Anatoli Krastev’s class – National Academy of Music, Sofia. From 2011 to 2014 Krastev studied in Escuela de Música Rejna Sofia, Madrid, specializing with Prof. Natalia Shakhovskaia. He attended masterclases with D. Geringas, Fr. Helmerson, A. Noras, N. Gutman, A. Meneses, L. Claret, Young-Chang Cho, T. Carroll, R. Cohen, D. Weis, M. Kliegel, R. Latzko, T. Demenga etc.
Currently he teaches cello at the NMA “Pancho Vladigerov” and NMS “Lyubomir Pipkov.” Ph.D. from 2016, assistant professor from 2016 and Chief assistant professor from 2017.
From 2001 to 2015, Atanas Krastev won 16 First and Special Prizes at national and international competitions (Bulgaria, Austria, Czech Republic, Serbia, Spain), including: Award for Chamber Music in Madrid (bestowed by Queen Sofia), the International Competition for cellists “Liezen” (Austria – 2014), International Competition “Jeunesses musicale”, Belgrade (Serbia – 2015). He was awarded the Diploma and Award of the Bulgarian Ministry of Culture, the Title of the Academy of Young Talents, the Golden Muse Award for the performance of Russian music, and the Crystal Lyre of the UBMD (2007 and 2012).
Atanas Krastev has performed in Austria, Brazil, France, Spain, Italy, the Netherlands,the Czech Republic, Greece, Serbia, Slovakia, Russia, and at all important Bulgarian stages and
festivals. Since 2002, he is a member of the ‘Cellissimo’ cello еnsemble with Anatoli Krastev and Kalina Krusteva. Atanas Krastev has performed over 40 concerts as a soloist of Bulgarian and foreign orchestras. His repertoire includes works from the Baroque to contemporary music. He has
taken part in numerous concerts filmed live by the Bulgarian National TV, Nova TV, the Belgrade National TV, TV Globo (Brazil), in music documentaries and studio recordings at the Bulgarian National Radio, etc.; DVD by BsB, CD with the ‘Sofia Soloists’ Chamber Orchestra and Plamen Djouroff , CD with “Oscar Esplá de Asisa” piano trio etc.
He made edits for the violoncello parts in J. Krushev’s transcriptions of works by Mendelssohn, Grieg and Rachmaninoff (ed. “Musica”).

Margarita Kalcheva – double bass

Margarita Kalcheva was born in Pleven,Bulgaria. She began her musical training in double bass class at High school of Music with Irina Petrova. As a student of Prof.Todor Toshev she received the B.M. degree in Preformance from National Academy of Music. She has attended masterclasses with Prof.Victor Chuchkov and Michel Veillon.
Margarita became a prinsipal double bassist of the National Radio Orchestra of Bulgaria since 1998 as well with Orchestra Ensemble Kanazawa -Japan since 2009. She maintains an international profile and career in a variety of roles as a soloist,chamber and orchestral double bassist all over the world.
Her repertoire includes Bottesini,Dittersdorf ,Kusevitzkii ,Tschaikovski,Goleminov,Tabakov.She made numerous records and first performances including solo concert in Japan (2012),Variations Rokoko-Tschaikovski ,Concert for doublebass –M. Goleminov, “Breavissimo” E.Morricone

Maria Prinz – piano

Maria Prinz has performed with leading orchestras throughout Europe, including several performances with the Vienna Philharmonic, collaborating with renowned conductors Riccardo Muti at the Salzburg Festival and Seiji Ozawa in Vienna,and with Neville Marriner in Bulgaria.
As a recitalist, she has appeared in the United States, throughout Europe and in Japan. Her chamber music collaborations include numerous performances with members of the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra, including the flautists Dieter Flury and Wolfgang Schulz, and clarinetists Alfred Prinz and Peter Schmidl, among others.
Concerts in Weill Hall/Carnegie Hall in New York and Purcell Room/Queen Elizabeth Hall in London with flautist Patrick Gallois are currently scheduled.
Her recordings include Haydn and Mozart piano concertos with the Sofia Symphony Orchestra, Brahms Sonatas for clarinet and piano with Alfred Prinz, Poulenc, Martin? and Brahms Clarinet Sonatas with Petko Radev, a disc of chamber music of Beethoven, Glinka and Alfred Prinz, and a recording of songs by Giacomo Puccini with soprano Krassimira Stoyanova. A Naxos recording of Mozart Sonatas, arranged by Patrick Gallois for flute and piano will be released in February 2013 and a Chandos disc with rarities by Krenek, D’Indy and Schulhoff with the Academy of St.Martin in the fields under Sir Neville Marriner will appear in September 2013.
Maria Prinz was born in Sofia, Bulgaria, into a musical family. Her father is the famous Bulgarian conductor and composer Konstantin Iliev.
She studied at the Music University “Hanns Eisler” in Berlin with Rudolf Dunckel, in Vienna with J?rg Demus and in Paris with Yvonne Lef?bure.
In addition to her performing career, she has taught at the University of Music and Performing Arts in Vienna since 1987.

Suzana Klincharova
Suzana Klincharova – harp

….the public seemed mesmerized by the striking clarity and beauty of this performance, which transcends virtuosity, and by its pure musicality. Kraus ” New York Times ”
International soloist Suzanna Klincharova performs regularly in Europe, the USA, Asia and the Middle East.
As an invited guest of many famous orchestras: the Tokyo Metropolitan Symphony, the National Orchestra of Belgium, The Sofia Philharmonic, the San Francisco Chamber Symphony, the Alpes Provence Cote d’Azur Orchestra, the Antwerp Philharmony, the Sofia Radio and TV Orchestra, the National Orchestra of the Philippines, the Antwerp Chamber Orchestra, the Sofia Soloists, the Kansai Philharmonic-Osaka, the Bach-collegium, the Orchestra of Liege…she is appreciated for her talent and for her wide repertory of harp concertos.
The number of her recordings increases steadily and they are released all over the world. An important part of her repertory, as well as interviews and films, has been recoded and broadcasted on TV and radio stations.
Her annual recitals at Carnegie Hall, are an opportunity for Suzanna Klintcharova to introduce the new releases of her discography
Supporting the contemporary music creation she has premiered and recorded numerous important pieces for harp, some of which have been dedicated to her. Her interest in improvisation and contemporary jazz has been accomplished in a duo with Steve Lacy.
Her annual recitals at Carnegie Hall, are an opportunity for Suzanna Klintcharova to introduce the new releases of her discography .
Supporting the contemporary music creation she has premiered and recorded numerous important pieces for harp, some of which have been dedicated to her. Her interest in improvisation and contemporary jazz has been accomplished in a duo with Steve Lacy.
She is a member of CDMC in Paris.
Born in Sofia, Suzanna Klincharova is established in Paris and New York.
During her brilliant studies in Bulgaria National High Conservatory, Brussels Royal Conservatory with Susanna Mildonian and in Paris – specializing French music with Pierre Jamet, she became laureate of national and international harp contests.
Parallel to her concert career she got involved with harp teaching. Some of her students hold positions in prominent orchestras and schools of music around the world. She is teaching in Conservatoire de Neuilly in Paris.
Suzanna Klintcharova has an important contribution in the research and transcription of harp music.
Member of most prestigious harp contest’s jury, she gives regularly master classes in Europe and The USA.
A project of hers has been realized and performed for ten years with the educational section of the Mairie de Paris.
Suzanna Klincharova is the president of the ArtFusion cultural association in Paris.

Binka Dobreva, Ph.D – folk singing

Born in the region of Yambol, Bulgaria, Binka Dobreva was raised in a musical family and inherited her mother’s talent for singing. She graduated from the prestigious music high school “Filip Kutev” in Kotel and went on to successfully complete her college education at the “Academy of Music, Dance and Fine Arts” in Plovdiv. There she double-majored in “Traditional singing” and “Conducting folk music ensembles”. Meanwhile she was active as a vocalist in the Trakia Folk Ensemble, and later in the highly esteemed “Filip Kutev National Folk Ensemble”.
Since 1990 Binka has been part of the all-women vocal group “The Mystery Of The Bulgarian Voices” – the greatest ambassador of Bulgarian culture around the world. Alongside her career as a vocalist, Dobreva is active in the academic field – she teaches classes in folk singing at the South-Western University “Neofit Rilski” – Blagoevgrad, and at “Narodni Buditeli” High School in Sofia.
Binka has released a total of six albums, with arrangements and original songs beautifully crafted by her husband and musician Alexander Raychev. Among her most famous and beloved songs are: “Danyova Mama”, “Gergana”, “Ah, Merak”, “S Lyube Shega Ne Biva”, and many other.
In March 2013 Binka completed her doctoral dissertation, titled “Models for teaching traditional Bulgarian vocal music to children from 4 to 14 years old”.
Dobreva is a well-respected teacher and mentor. She has cultivated the vocal talents of children from all over Bulgaria. Her students have earned numerous awards, medals, and honors and are a valuable part of the Bulgarian folk music scene.

Julian Messa and Silvia Ilkova – painting

He was born on July 27, 1965 in Sofia, Bulgaria.From 1979 to 1984 he studied at the College of Applied Arts in Sofia. After that he studied Painting in the National Academy of Fine Arts in the class of Professor Nayden Petkov and graduated in 1992.His works of art in possession of the following collections: National Fine Arts Gallery Museum of Nesebar Private collections in Bulgaria, USA, Germany, Japan, Spain, Portugal, BelgiumEducation:
From 1979 to 1984 he studied at the College of Applied Arts in Sofia.Exhibitions:
1988 – exhibition of the Bulgarian Academy of Fine Arts in New York and Washington D.C.
1989 – exhibition of Nayden Petkov’ s students in Sofia, Bulgaria
1990 – One-Man Show in the Student’ s Palace in Sofia, Bulgaria
1990 – One-Man Show in Nesebar, Bulgaria
1992 – Participation in the Fall Saloon in Sofia, Bulgaria
1992 – Awarded first prize for painting in UNESCO competition for promotion of young artists all over the world
1993 – One-Man Show in’ Art 36’ gallery, Sofia, Bulgaria
1993 – Participation in Traveling Exhibition of ‘Otechestvo’ gallery to Belgium and France
1994 – Participation in the Fall Saloon in Sofia, Bulgaria
1995 – Becomes member of the Bulgarian Painters Union
1996 – One-Man show in ‘Stalbata’ gallery in Sofia part of the national gallery of Foreign Art
1997 – Participation in the national inhabitation of the Bulgarian Painters Union “the Color”
1998 – One-Man show in ‘NESSY’ gallery in Burgas, Bulgaria
1998 – Participation in the exhibition “Man, Work, Life” in Kirn,Germany
2000 – 2003 Exhibits in ‘Albert 1’ gallery in Brussles, ‘Gefmayer’ gallery in Knock, Belgium and ‘Peter Powel’ gallery in Dendermonde, Belgium
2004 – One-Man show in ‘Sezoni’ gallery in Sofia, Bulgaria
2004 – One-Man show in ‘Murgash’ gallery in Sofia, Bulgaria
2005 – Participation in an exhibition devoted to Chagall in “Debut”gallery
2006 – Participation in an exhibition devoted to Venice ,“Vidima” gallery in Sevlievo town
2007 – Participation in presentation of pictures of Nayden Petkov’s students in Sofia
2007 – First price in the competition 50 years anniversary “Golden Sands”
2010 – One-man Show in “Arthur” gallery in Sofia, Bulgaria “Thank you, Venice”
2012 – Participation in an exhibition “The Fifth Seasons” in “Seasons” gallery in Sofia, Bulgaria
2013 – One man Show in “Arthur” gallery in Sofia, Bulgaria, “Picture in the mirror”
2013 –Participation in an exhibition “The Fifth element’” in “Seasons” gallery in Sofia, Bulgaria
2015 – Participation in an exhibition „Painting“ in Gallery “10”, Sofia, Bulgaria
2016- Participation in an exhibition ”Drawing“ in Gallery “10”, Sofia, Bulgaria

Silvia Ilkova was born on 6 March 1965, Sofia, Bulgaria
1980 – 1984 – College of Applied Arts in Sofia
1988 – 1993 – Textile design at National Academy of Fine Arts
1993 – Graduated in the class of Professor Dimo Balev
1995 – 1997 – Work Malex company Bulgaria – designer of clothes and interior designer
1997 – Awarded first prize in contest clothing „Kempinski Zografski ”
1997 – 1998 – Development of teaching aids for “Labor and equipment”, approved by Ministry of education
1999 – Exhibition “Dolls”, Vienna, Austria
1998 – 2004 – Author and painter in TV program for “a Cracked Pot”
2004 – Participation in performance „Snail art”
2005 – Participation in an exhibition devoted to Chagall in “Debut”gallery
2006 – One man Show in ART Gallery “Artamontzev” Sofia, Bulgaria „Pippi, Sylvie and Pooh”
2007 – First price in the competition 50 years anniversary “Golden Sands”
2010 – One-man Show in “Arthur” gallery in Sofia, Bulgaria “Thank you, Venice”
2012 – Participation in an exhibition “The Fifth Seasons” in “Seasons” gallery in Sofia, Bulgaria
2013 – One man Show in “Arthur” gallery in Sofia, Bulgaria, “Picture in the mirror”
2013 – Participation in an exhibition “The Fifth element’” in “Seasons” gallery in Sofia, Bulgaria

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Vyara Georgieva Nikolova – creative writing

I have been a teacher in Bulgarian Language and Literature for 18 years in a lot of public and private schools in Sofia.
I am also a member of a lot of educational institutions, also a member of the testing and evaluating commision of HBO, PISA commicion and PURLS commicion.
I am an author of a highly qualified system for specialized preparation for Bulgarian Language and Literature for 7th and 12th grade
I’m a chairman of “Aleko” foundation, whose main aims are in the fields of culture and edication.
For 3 years now I have been in a partnership with centre “Youngsters and Poetry” – Triuco, Italy and also with
the Bulgarian School in Milan. I strongly believe that the true teacher is ready to learn and to improve himself/herself
constantly in the pursuit of the most effective method towards the students. This method will turn the teacher into a mentor,
an inspirator, a partner for them. I am also very happy by doind the thinks I do be cause I have always dreamed of this and
I consider myself as a teacher with a mission. I am interested in the good teaching practices all over the world,
I follow the iniciatives of the National Network of the parents in Sofia, take part in conferences that are dedicated to
education’s free developement and other interesting seminars. In 2011 I founded school for creative thinking and writing
as a project for outclassroom activities for students from 2nd to the 7th grade.
I have the following aims: to develope childrens’ ability to read and comprehence. to master techniques for analysis,
interpretation and interpretation, and creating different types of text; to awaken the experiential spirit in children,
to stimulate their emotional intelligence and interests in universal values, acquiring important practical skills for
working with speech. I have developed innovative methods of work. Every class in that school has a global theme/topic that is connected
to relationships between people and universal human values (friendship, love, faith, hope, dreams, stubborness,Ingenuity, wisdom,
meaning of life, charity …) that are represented from many points of view through several short stories, fairytales or
parable, that we read and interprete thanks to different creative tasks. In our work there are some alternative activities
such as leading a questionnairs and gather the information from them, gathering and thinking on the information from different sources,
leading discussions, timetraveling, drawing, dancing, acting, practical assignments,participating in creative writing
competitions and childrens’creativeness competitions public appearences, experiments in the Lab for Poetry.
The effect of this is invaluable on the overall developemnt of children and contributes to turning them into
spiritually rich and fullfilling personalities who are capable of deep thinking, assertion and unfolding their creative talents.
As a result of this unusual work of thinking and writing for only five creative seasons, we have published books with children’s works,
won many awards from national and international literary competitions, received support and encouragement from various
institutions (MES, RIO – Sofia, Sofia Municipality, Ed. “Prosveta”, BNR, etc.), we have had many media appearances …

Касиел Ноа Ашер – Актьорско майсторство

Born 29th Oct. 1971

1989-1993 – Bch in Acting For Drama Theatre
National Academy of Theatre & Film Arts (NATFA) “Kr. Sarafov”, Sofia, Bulgaria,
(Class of Prof. Krikor Azaryan)
1993 -1994 – Specialization in Theatre Directing NATFA “Kr. Sarafov”
(Class of Prof. Krikor Azaryan)

THEATRE, MY LOVE , 2015 By Valery Petrov (adaptation, director, actress)
CLAIRE, MADAME SOLANGE, 2012; By Jean Jeunet & Georges Bataille
(adaptation, director, producer, actress);
“Icarus” Theatre Award 2013 for debut Ivo Zhelev & Silvia Stanoeva
NOTHING BETTER 2009; By Oliver Bukowski
(one man show – adaptation, director, actress)
European Award Best Monodrama & Best Actress, Macedonia 2010)
ANE: DEAD CITIES, 2006; By Martin Gilbert & Anne Frank & Italo Calvino
(adaptation, director, actress)
European Award for Attribution to Jewish Culture & History
COCA-IN, 2005; By Tennessee Williams (adaptation, director, actress)
2006 Best Actress “Askeer” Theatre Award
OXYGENE, 2004; By Paul Claudel & Fernando Pessoa (adaptation, director, actress)
AMOK, 2001; by Paul Claudel & T. S. Elliot (adaptation, director, actress)
THE LOVER, 1998, by H. Pinter, (actress ,director whit Nedialko Delchev)

NIRVANA, 2011; by Konstantin Iliev, dir. by Yane Boyadji
MARRIAGE. 2005, by N. Gogol, dir. by Nikolai Kalchev
THE GOOD BODY, 2004, by Eve Ensler, dir. by Ivan Urumov
THE MEMORY OF WATER, 2003, by Shelagh Stephenson, dir. by Krassimir Spassov
12th NIGHT, 2002, by W. Shakespeare, dir. by Robert Sturua
SUMATOHA (aka “COMMOTION”), 2001, by Yordan Radichkov, dir. by Ivan Dobchev
HEDDA GABLER, 2000, by H. Ibsen, dir. by Krassimir Spassov
JOYCE, 1999, by J. Joyce, dir. by Ivan Panteleev
DON JUAN IN HELL, 1997, by G. Bataille, dir. by Ivan Stanev
1997 Best Actress Nomination “Askeer” Theatre Awards
MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM, 1996, by W. Shakespeare, dir. by Al. Morfov
LAME-LEG OR LUPINE HOLY MOTHER, 1996, by Konstantion Iliev, dir. by Ivan Dobchev
FAUST, 1995, by J. Goethe, dir. by Ivan Panteleev
MEMORY OF A REVOLUTION, 1995, by G. Buchner/H. Muller, dir. by Ivan Dobchev
THE SIN “KUTZAR”, 1994, by Yordan Yovkov, dir. by Ivan Dobchev
1995 Debut Nomination “Askeer” Theatre Awards

Boudica \ Celts \ 2015, BBC
Romain Gary. Bookseller. 2015, France\Bulgaria, dir. Catherine Bernstein \postp.\
ADULTERY 2014, Bulgaria, dir.Yavor Veselinov
THE COLOR OF THE CHAMELEON, 2013, Bulgaria, dir. by Emil Hristow
(Nominated Best Actress, National Film Academy (NFA) Awards, 2013)
JULY, 2013, Bulgaria, dir. by Kiril Stankov
(Nominated Best Actress, National Film Academy (NFA) Awards, 2013)
TSAHES, 2011, Bulgaria, dir. by Anri Kulev
(Nominated Best Actress, National Film Academy (NFA) Awards, 2012)
VOICE OVER, 2012, Bulgaria, dir. by Svetoslav Ovtcharov
(Best Director & Fippressi Award, Cairo IFF 2011, NFA nomination Best Actress 2012)
THE DEVIL’S MIRROR, 2001, Bulgaria, dir. by Nikolai Volev
EST – OUEST, 1999, France, dir. by R?gis Wargnier
FATE AS A RAT, 1997, Bulgaria, dir. by Ivan Pavlov
(NFA nomination Best Actress 1998)
THE FORBIDDEN FRUIT, 1994, Bulgaria, dir by Krassimir Kroumov
(Young Europpean Actress Award, Moscow IFF 1995)
BORDER (aka “GRANITZA”), 1994, Bulgaria, dir. by Hrisian Nochev, Ilian Simeonov


“THE MOON DRESS” is Kasiel Noah Asher’s first feature screenplay

“EXIT“-, 2008, short, Bulgaria (AGITPROP/Capital Newsgroup)
Numerous Theatre Shows’ Trailers & Teasers, Music Videos & TV ads (2000 – 2013)

Casting Director from AGITPROP
“Endless garden“dir.Galin Stoev 2015
Casting Director from Gala film:
“Lazar” dir.Svetozar Ristovski 2013
“Family relics” dir.Ivan Cherkelov 2013

STAR MACHINE, The First TV reality for Actors 2012 (mentor)

Elena Ivanova – scenography

Elena Ivanova travaille dans le domaine de scénographie(conception de décors et costumes), histoire du costume, installations d’œuvres artistiques contemporaines, exposition d’arts de tous les temps, design d’intérieur, costimes et decors de cinema, television, opera, dance. Elle est professeur dans le Nouvelle Université Bulgare.
Elena Ivanova etait décorée à trois reprises dans l’ordre des ASKEER, plus haute distinction pour theatre bulgare. Leur dernières participations international les plus remarquées ont été des scénographies pour les théâtres d’Istanbul et d’Ankara.