Denitsa Georgieva and Pavlina Rangelova

Denitsa Georgieva and Pavlina Rangelova

Denitsa Georgieva ( L – in photo) and Pavlina Rangelova (R- in photo ) will be performing for us at the Grand Finale! on Friday, 29th November at the Sheikh Khalifa Auditorium, Tawam Compound, Al Ain.
Denitsa started to play piano at the age of 5 years old.  In 2003 she would graduate in The National School of Arts in Ruse, Bulgaria with opera singing and piano performance degrees. She continued her music education at The State Academy of Music in Sofia, Bulgaria, where she also had her first teaching experience and graduated in 2008 with a Master Degree in Piano Performance.
During this period she performed in many concerts, master classes, won many piano competitions and made recordings for the Bulgarian National Radio.
Denitsa has been working at the House of Arts for 4 years now, and she performs in many concerts and workshops in the UAE.

Pavlina Rangelova also started her musical journey 5 years old. She began having her piano lessons in Varna, Bulgaria.
Pavlina gained her bachelor and master degrees in music at the State Academy of Music “Pantcho Vladigerov” Sofia, Bulgaria, under the tuition of Prof. Atanas Kurtev. During her education period she has also studied music pedagogy and piano at the High School of Music in Detmold, Germany from 2005 to 2007.
Pavlina has been a full time piano and music theory teacher at the House of Arts since January 2010. She teaches students of all ages (from 4 to 94) and different levels.

We look forward hearing them perform together at the concert which will provide the climax to this musical extravaganza!

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