Alexandrina Boyanova

D.M.A. (in progress), Juilliard; M.M., B.M., Manhattan School of Music. Studied with Katia Dramalieva at the National Music School in Sofia, Bulgaria, Salvatore Accardo at the Accademia Walter Stauffer and Accademia Chigiana in Cremona, Italy, Maria Radicheva at Manhattan School of Music, and Masao Kawasaki at Juilliard. Currently maintains a private teaching studio in New York City. Began studying violin with her father, former concertmaster of the Bulgarian National Radio Symphony Orchestra. Debuted with the Orfei Chamber Orchestra at age ten for the premiere of Joaquin Rodrigo’s “Concierto D’Estio” for the Bulgarian National Radio. Performed solo parts for numerous prestigious orchestras abroad including the Symphony Orchestra of the Bulgarian National Radio, Bulgarian Chamber Orchestra, Sofia Academic Symphony Orchestra, Russian State Symphony Orchestra ‘Klassika’, and Orchestra della Toscana. Made her U.S. Debut Prokofiev’s “Violin Concerto No.1” with the Lima Symphony Orchestra. Appeared at Carnegie’s Weill Recital Hall as part of the “Musical Treasures from Bulgaria” series, as well as in solo and recital performances at venues such as Steinway Hall in New York, Salle Cortot in Paris, Palazzo Chigi Saracini in Siena, Teatro Paisiello in Lecce and Chiesa Orsanmichele in Florence. Won first prize at Magnificat Lupiae and Cittá di Moncalieri, Italy; Young Artists Concerto Competition of Lima Symphony Orchestra, Ohio; Ohrid Pearls International Competition, Macedonia; and Emil Kamilarov Young Virtuosi Competition, Bulgaria. Awardee of Honorary Diplomas from the President of the Republic of Bulgaria and the Ministry of Culture of Bulgaria. Played in master classes with artists such as Aaron Rosand, Jaime Laredo, Leonidas Kavakos, Andres Cardenes, Pamela Frank, Daniel Phillips, Oleg Krysa, Sergei Kravchenko and Agustin Leon Ara.