Josef Bulva isn’t a well-known pianist, but also for those who can say for certain of him, he’s considered a technically disciplined, yet virtuosic and insightful musician. Bulva was disciplined even while a young pupil, with his first open public performances at age 13 was playing Mozart concertos and Liszt preludes. His teenage years had been spent at conservatories being a state-sponsored pupil, leading to Bulva being called circumstances soloist with the Czechoslovakian Socialist Republic and utilized relatively as an advert for the country’s lifestyle through shows and recordings. In 1971, Bulva’s profession was interrupted by a major accident that still left him hospitalized for pretty much per year. Afterward, while on his initial tour beyond Czechoslovakia, he made a decision to emigrate towards the Western world. He became a resident of Luxembourg, surviving in Munich as another home. Bulva could expand his market through recordings on several brands and concert and radio performances. His repertoire included the Intimate criteria — Liszt, Brahms, Chopin — and Russian masterworks. Nevertheless, his profile as a dynamic musician was not as great as additional performers, and as time passes his concertizing grew much less frequent. Another incident in 1996 broken Bulva’s remaining hand to the stage where everyone thought his profession was over. However, in ’09 2009, he came back to the level and studio room, and found a fresh audience, interested in this talented, but apparently unknown performer.