Bulgarian pianist Maria Prinz was created in Sofia, and began her music education with her dad, conductor and composer Konstantin Iliev. Prinz went to the Hanns Eisler College or university of Music in Berlin, where she researched piano with Rudolf Dunckel, and continuing her use Jörg Demus in Vienna and Yvonne Lefébure in Paris. She’s appeared like a soloist numerous orchestras, like the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra, the Sofia Symphony Orchestra, as well as the Academy of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, and performed with conductors Riccardo Muti, Seiji Ozawa, and Neville Marriner. Prinz is a regular guest designer at music celebrations, like the Salzburg Event, the Pacific Music Event, the Danube Event, as well as the March Music Times in Ruse, Bulgaria. A few of her companions in recitals are flutists Dieter Flury, Wolfgang Schulz, and Patrick Gallois; clarinetists Alfred Prinz, Philippe Cuper, Andrew Marriner, and Peter Schmidl; and soprano Krassimira Stoyanova. Furthermore to playing concerts, Prinz in addition has taught in the College or university of Music and Performing Arts in Vienna since 1987. She’s documented for Gega and Naxos.