Feb. 16, 2001
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Valentin Martchev

Valentin Martchev to perform bassoon recital

Valentin Martchev will give a bassoon recital Sunday, Feb. 18 at 8:15 p.m. in Old Cabell Hall Auditorium.

Martchev began playing bassoon in his hometown of Stara Zagora, Bulgaria, at age 10. He then attended the Academy of Music in Sofia, where he performed his first professional concert for the Bulgarian State Radio Orchestra. After earning his degree, he enrolled in Duquesne University, where he studied with Nancy Goeres, principal bassoonist in the Pittsburgh Symphony.

Recently Martchev participated in the Marlboro Music Festival in Vermont and performed eight concerts with the Shira International Symphony orchestra in Jerusalem and Tel Aviv.

He now teaches at U.Va. and performs as first bassoon in the Charlottesville University Symphony Orchestra. He also performs with the Albemarle Ensemble, U.Va.'s woodwind quintet in the McIntire Department of Music Chamber Music Series.

For details on this Arts Enhancement recital, call 924-3984.


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